If you suffer from a mast cell activation disorder (MCAD) such as mastocytosis or mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS you may benefit greatly by taking quercetin, even over cromolyn. I recently found this bioflavinoid in my search to improve my own struggle with an as yet diagnosed mast cell condition and have been very impressed with the initial results. In this post, I will discuss the properties quercetin possesses, what’s been found in laboratory testing regarding the supplement, my own experiences with the supplement and whether it might be right for you.
Life is moving so fast, it's time for another catch up post. This one features stress tests, cancer screenings for rogue moles, a possible autism diagnosis, and a site overhaul for the Zebra Pit. It's just another day in Spoonieville, USA!
These resistance exercises for the neck are so simple, I had a tough time conveying the concept. Basically, you're going to push against your head in order to create resistance; something for your neck to have to fight against. You can't really see it in the video, because you're not supposed to move your head, … Continue reading Neck Strengthening Exercises
Please excuse the construction dust and any oddities that you might find about the site over the next week or so. I feel terrible leaving such a mess around, especially when we're growing so rapidly, but we're experiencing big changes right now! I finally put on my big girl pants and have fully committed to … Continue reading Bigger, Better Things Coming to Zebra Pit
Mast Cell Activation Disorders can be quite complex to treat. Able to attack any system in the body, there’s a wide range of symptoms one must account for when treating these disorders. In my previous posts, we discussed how eating a low histamine diet can help you avoid flares, along with other ways to avoid … Continue reading MCAD: Medications and Treatments