TZP Top 5 Products for EDS, MCAS, Fibromyalgia & POTS

I recently decided to pull the stats I have available on the products we've reviewed to see what people are most interested in. It helps to know where to focus my efforts so I know we're providing the information you crave the most. Not surprisingly, they're pretty much in line with the products that have by far brought me the most relief in my own health journey. Some of the numbers even shocked me, but by the time I finished tabulating the number of items sold, it's clear that people are looking for effective, natural ways to relieve their worst spoonie symptoms.

Book Review: ‘Mast Cells United’ by Amber Walker

It appears my hot streak of finding amazing books and products continues with this book review on Mast Cells United: A Holistic Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome by Amber Walker. Ms. Walker was kind enough to give me a copy so I could review it for my readers and let me tell you, this book is as essential to mast cell activation disorder patients as Jeannie Di Bon's Hypermobility Without Tears is to people with EDS and HSD.

Book Review: ‘Hypermobility Without Tears’ by Jeannie Di Bon.

Hypermobility without Tears teaches nearly everything you need to know about EDS and fitness. Di Bon guides you through step by step; first introducing the concepts she’s working with. Practice the exercises recommended as you read through the book, and you will already be on your way to improving your health. Maintain those practices on a regular basis, and you are on your way to developing a life of less pain, easier movement and more stability throughout the body designed to protect your joints.

Book Review: ‘Salt in My Soul’ by Mallory Smith

'Salt in My Soul' by Mallory Smith really took me by surprise. It isn't just a story wrapped in journal style writing, it's a literary pleasure one can sip like their favored tea, savoring the sweet aroma of each sentence with delight. It's beauty doesn't make it any less tragic or relatable. It makes it a much more enjoyable and universal read. The world lost a great writer the day Mallory Smith took her last breath. Luckily, she left behind this treasure for us to enjoy and learn from, along with many great environmental works during her freelance writing career.