Mast cells contain several components called “granules,” the most relevant being histamine, serotonin, and tryptase, and are prepared to release these granules at a moment’s notice. In a body that is overloaded by toxins or infection, mast cells become hyper-stimulated and overreact to the slightest change in their environment. A food, smell, chemical, light, sound, or movement that was previously tolerated may suddenly trigger a strong reaction due to this hypersensitivity. In contrast, another time the stimuli is encountered, there may be no noticeable reaction. The unpredictability of mast cells’ response is one of the most frustrating things about this condition.
The Gut is one of the most untreated problematic organ system’s of the body. This is where we detox, absorb nutrients, house our entire microbiome, immune system and so much more.
Believe it or not, dental health affects every other aspect of health. For example, tooth decay can be a sign of poor bone health due to mineral deficiencies or poor absorption of minerals in the gut. An infection in the mouth, if left untreated, can move into the bloodstream and affect the whole body.
This latest health threat has us all working on building our immune systems. As we know, it’s not the disease, it’s the terrain that makes the difference. This is just another way of saying the unique makeup of each person’s immune system determines how they experience illness. The best thing you can do now and always is to eat a healthy diet and support your immune system daily with the raw materials it needs in the form of supplementation.
Opiate pain killers can be very dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 2/3 of the 63,632 drug overdose deaths in 2016 were due to opiate use. Unfortunately, the rate of opiate-related deaths is skyrocketing. The CDC notes that the...
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