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Pyrroles, Histamine and Methylation
Date: 2019-01-21
Author: Victoria Stylianou BHSc(Nat) BPsychSc
Access: Public


Changes in brain biochemistry contribute to depression, anxiety, behavioural disorders and spectrums of autism. These are impacted by numerous factors, including pyrrole disorder, histamine imbalance and altered methylation. This seminar offers practical application and case studies looking at the compounding effect this triad has on mental wellbeing and disease risk, clinical investigations and treatment strategies, including:

  • Review histamine rich foods, foods that encourage a histamine spike and the impact on mental health
  • Understand the implication of zinc and B6 depletion, the impact of elevated hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL) on antioxidants, vitamin and mineral requirements, SAMe and essential fatty acids, and the role they play in methylation and neurotransmitter production
  • Investigate the powerful use of targeted compounds for the immediate relief of anxiety symptoms
  • Demonstrate precise strategies for the low-serotonin type of anxiety, and GABA for the more physical type of anxiety
  • Explore how to identify and address other neurotransmitter imbalances, together with genetic polymorphisms

To find out more about the event, and to register for the location near you, visit:

Adelaide 5th March 2019

Perth 7th March 2019

Brisbane 11th March 2019

Sydney 13th March 2019

Melbourne 19th March 2019

 

 

 


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