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  1. Hi, please I would like to know if “gut dysbiosis” and “candida overgrowth” could cause an over-activation of mast cells in the gut and thus cause food allergies and sensitivities??

    Please help me,
    Leo

    1. Leo,
      There’s ample evidence that chronic gut dysbiosis –> chronic inflammation –> food allergies & sensitivities.

      Have you been tested specifically for candida overgrowth?

      Maybe these articles will shed some more light on your question about the relationship between candida albicans overgrowth, gut dysbiosis, food allergies & sensitivities, and mast cell proliferation:

      WHAT CAUSES CANDIDA YEAST INFECTION
      http://www.nationalcandidacenter.com/What-Causes-Candida-Yeast-Infection-s/1825.htm

      FUNGAL INFECTIONS, HISTAMINE INTOLERANCE, AND MAST CELLS
      http://alisonvickery.com.au/fungal-infections-histamine-intolerance-and-mast-cells/

      MAST CELLS IN GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3033552/

      And the two posts I wrote about mast cells:

      THE ROLE OF MAST CELLS
      http://allergiesandyourgut.com/symbiosis-versus-dysbiosis/the-role-of-mast-cells/

      MORE ON OVERACTIVE MAST CELLS AND HOW TO CALM THEM DOWN
      http://allergiesandyourgut.com/2014/03/16/overactive-mast-cells-calm/

      Perhaps IntestiNEW would help your gut calm down:

      INTESTINEW TO STRENGTHEN YOUR DIGESTIVE LINING
      http://allergiesandyourgut.com/?s=intestinew

      I also found adding some serious breath work & meditation to my daily life keeps my mast cells from becoming hyperactive.

      Hope this helps.
      Joan

  2. I think it has something to do with the hopps used in making the beer, that attracts mosquitos. An ingredient in the hopps makeup?

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