What Are Mast Cells?

What Are Mast Cells?

This post is part of an ongoing series on histamine intolerance, which Dr. Gannage has described as a “game changer in chronic illness”. If you missed the first post, which explains what histamine intolerance is, you can read it here. Histamine is released...
Autism and the Methylation Cycle

Autism and the Methylation Cycle

What is Methylation? The methylation cycle is responsible for or involved in a number of essential functions in the body.  These include detoxification; controlling inflammation; regulation of the immune system; maintaining DNA; and the production of glutathione (the...
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