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Member Since 02 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 31 2013 01:32 AM

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Histamine Breaking Enzyme To Treat Leaky Gut And Allergies?

01 August 2013 - 01:57 AM


Has anybody tried this?





any effect on leaky gut? food intolerances? environmental allergies?


Many thanks in advance

Just ordered it...

Anyone With Adrenal Fatigue And Gluten Intolerance?

16 January 2013 - 08:29 AM

I have been suffering with terrible back pains all my life.
3 years ago I started gluten free - just to be in this with my son who had an autoimmune condition, and, surprisingly, my bakc pains (back muscle spasms) have gone.
Along with depression, insomnia and other nice symptoms.
This way I found I am not celiac, but gluten intolerant.

Unfortunately last September my symptoms returned in milder form, and new symptoms added (orthostatic low blood pressure, hypoglicemia, blurred vision, constant fatigue etc etc) - and this despite that I am keeping the GFDF diet very strictly.

By the collection of symptoms I found out I have adrenal fatigue (another condition not recognized by conventional medicine, but making people suffer greatly).

I took measures recommended for adrenal fatigue (first of them was gluten free caseine free, but I was already on that, very high doses of vitamin B5, very high doses of magnesium, limitation of potassium - and again my symptoms improved greatly - apart from insomnia and morning orthostatic pressure, and inability to function the first hour-two in the morning and until stretching...

Frustrating is that I cannoot reduce the dose of B5 and Mg - I am highly dependent on them.

If you have experience and tips to share, I would be very grateful.

I am aware of leaky gut and convinced I have this too. Anticandida therapy (oregano oil) in process...

Any other factors? What expectations on cure?

THank you

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