What crosses your mind when you or someone that you love experiences dizziness, random mouth sores, mood changes, muscle weakness…? It could be something as basic as a virus. It could also be a vitamin B12 deficiency or folate issue related to Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR).
All of the way from Australia, Joanne Kennedy BHSc was kind enough to join the GCP and address some the most perplexing metabolic issues that we face today.
In this episode you will hear more about the intricate science, presentation, symptoms, and treatment around these imbalanced vitamins and amino acids. If you’ve ever been concerned about homocysteine, folate, B12, anemia, and related issues, this episode has a wealth of knowledge that you can use.
This episode is a bit different from our regular episodes as we are deep diving into the complexities of MTHFR gene mutations, methylation, and histamine intolerance. So make sure you’ve had a coffee, the brain is switched on and you’re ready to learn from our experienced, and highly-qualified guest naturopath Joanne Kennedy in this episode.
Histamine intolerance is a growing concern, but confusion still surrounds its prevalence, diagnosis and treatment. Certainly histamine is far more than a biogenic amine which causes runny nose, flushing and other allergy symptoms. Indeed, histamine is involved in a diverse array of metabolic processes from regulation of temperature, normal sebum production and stomach acid release to estrogen metabolism, acne, brain fog and a multitude of gastrointestinal symptoms often ascribed to other conditions. Today Joanne Kennedy takes us through her clinical experience with histamine intolerance and what drove her to write an E-Book and other resources for practitioners to learn about this confounding condition.
Specialist - Histamine, MTHFR & Methylation. www.joannekennedy.com.au
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