What does reflux, anxiety and itchy eyes/skin have in common? They are all common signs of histamine intolerance.
Histamine is a substance that is made inside the body, as well as in certain foods. It’s normal and natural, and if your body is balanced you can easily excrete any excess histamine. If, however, you have imbalances in your body that are increasing your histamine load, you can develop histamine intolerance symptoms.
Other symptoms include allergy-like symptoms, like runny nose, sneezing, hives, asthma, chronic cough, as well as gut issues, headaches, joint pain, fatigue and insomnia.
In this webinar you will discover:
- Imbalances in the body that lead to histamine intolerance Functional medicine lab testing used to diagnose imbalances
- Root causes of histamine intolerance
- Therapeutic steps to address histamine intolerance
- How to use a low-histamine diet to address histamine intolerance
- LIVE Q&A with award-winning Clinical Nutritionist & Functional Medicine Practitioner, Filipa Bellette
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About your host:
Filipa Bellette is Co-Founder of award-winning health practice Chris & Filly Functional Medicine. She is an accredited Nutritional Medicine Practitioner, specialising in Functional Medicine. She is also a PhD Scholar, writer & regularly featured in the media, such as nine.com.au, Forbes and Body+Soul.
Together with her husband Chris Bellette, Filipa has worked with over 2,000+ busy, burned-out clients in the past combined 20+ years. Their practice is best known for helping high-achieving parents with energy, mood and gut issues, end their body burnout…for good! They were recently awarded as Highly Commended in the ATMS Natural Medicine Clinic of the Year Awards 2021, and also the Tasmanian State Winner for the Telstra Best of Business Awards 2022 in the category Accelerating Women.
Filipa’s own passion for helping parents, especially mums, have more energy, productivity and connection, came from her own personal experience of Mummy Burnout, after having babies and juggling the demands of business, family, and her failing health.