Fennel for menopause symptoms. Good job I love fennel and licorice tea! http://ow.ly/tyxp30bVHot
I had to read this from Ruth at What Allergy today – as a hayfever sufferer, I always have one swollen eye out for stuff on the subject. It seems we’re heading for a perfect storm (clever huh?!) that will create super pollen. Ugh.
Have a read here:
Also, I have been looking at trialling these Woody Nose things – I’ve got some at the ready for the pesky pollen – anyone had a go?
Don’t care how daft I look if I can breathe. Interestingly, I am having cranio-sacral therapy at the moment for some jaw pain and that is meant to be good for hayfever so let’s hope I can avoid getting super-pollened!
I have recently started watching these two really funny guys who do loads of physical therapy advice videos on You Tube. They make me laugh – but, as an ex remedial massage therapist, the advice is actually really good. I found them when looking for TMJ jaw pain help.
Here’s today’s on neck and shoulder tension release – we all need some of that!
This time, not one of my books! Dr Janice Joneja (her of the really useful Histamine Intolerance Q&A you can see on my histamine section here) has brought out a new Beginner’s Guide which I read and reviewed last week.
I thought it was great and will be very useful when people ask me: ‘Is it HIT (histamine intolerance), allergy or MCAS?’ I shall say: read this and then come back to me!
Meantime, here is the intro blurb to start you off, well done Janice!
A distillation of her years of research and experience in a really easy-to-understand format – complete with suggestions for a low histamine diet.
‘For the first time in this long, exhausting, lonely journey, I finally feel like I’ve been pointed in the right direction to find answers and wellness! Thank you Dr. Joneja!!’
If you’re struggling with your health, but the doctor can’t find anything actually wrong with you, then perhaps you have Histamine Intolerance. It’s a condition with a range of unpleasant symptoms, which can include headaches, flushing, itching, hives, swollen facial tissues, racing heart, digestive problems, irritability and more.
Many doctors don’t know much about Histamine Intolerance, although it’s estimated that 1% of the world’s population suffers from it. If you’re one of them, you’ll know first-hand how distressing and frustrating the disorder can be.
Dr Janice Vickerstaff Joneja saw the misery that this condition caused sufferers, and made it the focus of her research work; she’s been studying the condition and helping patients since the 1990s.
She’s now created this easy-to-read guide—which will help you understand if you have Histamine Intolerance, and what you can do about it—with clear advice and explanations, lots of interesting real-life cases, plus diet and treatment recommendations.
If you wonder if your symptoms could be caused by Histamine Intolerance—or if you believe they are and want to know what to do about it—this book is for you.
Loving this rant about the Dispatches Andrew Wakefield programme the other day. http://ow.ly/46ux30bJVY3
Ooh a new food to learn about – sweet and anti-histamine. Yum. http://ow.ly/mI4T30bJU3v
Ooh, nice review from Michelle at FoodsMatter to wake up to this morning!
Follow the link below to read the new Introductory article on mind-body medicine and my journey that she asked me to write for the Foodsmatter site.
Last month I flagged up Micki Rose’s new book on the mind-body approach to managing multiple sensitivities and chronic illness. Well, now I have read it – and it is absolutely fascinating. As a guide to for those who have totally failed to find an answer to their own illnesses, it could be life changing. Micki describes her journey and the book that has come out of it.
Hope you enjoy it 🙂