Understanding Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

In the realm of chronic illnesses, Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) is a complex disorder that is frequently the missing link in chronic mystery health issues. MCAS is gaining recognition in the medical community but still remains largely misunderstood by many. This article will delve into what …Read More ›

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Histamine Intolerance 101

Histamine intolerance is often found in chronic health complaints that have a mystery component. It can be a complex condition, and historically doctors have been unfamiliar with it. That has been changing over the last several years as many people are having challenges with histamine and mast …Read More ›

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Slowing Down with ADHD: Strategies to Make it Possible

Living with ADHD can often feel like being on a constant fast-paced treadmill. The mind races, thoughts bounce from one thing to another, and the world around seems to move at lightning speed. The idea of slowing often feels impossible. I believe slowing down is the medicine people …Read More ›

Break the cycle of ADHD and binge eating

ADHD and Binge Eating: How to Break the Cycle

Many people aren't aware of the connection between ADHD and binge eating. In particular, individuals with ADHD may be at increased risk for binge eating disorder (BED) and bulimia nervosa, two types of eating disorders that involve episodes of eating that feels out of control, followed by …Read More ›

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Menopause and ADHD Symptoms

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. While there are many factors that can influence the severity of symptoms on a day-to-day basis, one of the biggest determining factors is hormone levels. ADHD symptoms commonly worsen when hormones are changing including …Read More ›

Natural options for PMS mood changes

Natural Options for PMS Mood Changes

Mood changes before your period can range from pesky to downright debilitating (in the case of PMDD). While 90% of women will experience PMS at some point, it's abnormal and a sign something else is going on. Symptoms often include depression, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, fatigue, and …Read More ›

Body Needs Sunlight to Thrive

The Body Needs Sunlight to Thrive

Without light, we wouldn’t exist. Just like plants and animals, humans require sunlight. The human body has photoreceptors (cells that respond to light) in the eyes and skin that detect light, signal various pathways in the body, and are able to even convert that light into energy. …Read More ›

Insomnia: When Sleep Hygiene Isn’t Enough

If you experience insomnia, you've probably heard of sleep hygiene. This refers to a set of behaviors that tend to promote good sleep. If you're an average sleeper, sleep hygiene is a great tool! Small tweaks in behavior can promote incredible results and result in deep and …Read More ›

Non-Dietary Interventions for Gut Health

Optimizing gut health is important for overall health and well being, brain health, mood, energy levels, focus and more! While nutrition is essential, non-dietary interventions for gut health are often important to implement as well. There are also certain times they should be the only focus. ⁣For …Read More ›