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Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by Tfreeman, May 16, 2020.

  1. Tfreeman

    Tfreeman New Member

    What’s currently working for my histamine intolerance and mast cell disease? (Also my mood swings)
    1. Removing all supplements
    2. Being outside of an extremely dense and populated city - not in the boondocks but far enough to feel a difference
    3. Understanding estrogen metabolism and when to focus more on histamine metabolism throughout my cycle
    4. Grounding in the grass multiple times per day
    5. Sunshine in bits and pieces throughout the day
    6. Being in nature, watching the trees, one ear listening to jacks podcasts and the other ears listening to the birds and forests
    7. Hiking only small amounts per day (avoiding true exercise due to leptin resistance)
    8. 5 grams of iodized Hainz sea salt once a day
    9. Reintroducing only 1 supplement - Quercetin Ascorbate by Designs for Health has helped my nausea around meals, car sickness, other histamine issues
    10. Nystatin for my excess mold and yeast which I will remove slowly the more time I spend in the sun
    11. Gupta Program retraining the brain, relaxing the nervous system, and reengaging with joy
    12. Red glasses at night and ra optics while I work

    Now to attempt to improve my weight... leptin RX is tough for me but I do it with unfortunately minimal success.
    Last edited: May 16, 2020

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