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CONNECTING PEOPLE.
SPARKING CHANGE.
GATHERING IDEAS.

Upcoming Connector Series Events

Guest Host: Dr. Martin Hart, DC, Senior Doctor at the Biologix Center for Optimum Health
Tuesday, July 6th, 12 noon EST

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Histamine is a molecule that wears a lot of hats.  It plays a vital role in the healthy functioning of many of the body’s systems, producing varied effects wherever it’s deployed.  But just like too much of anything, too much histamine in the body is toxic.

Histamine Intolerance (HIT) is a toxic response to the overabundance of histamine in the body.  Depending on the root cause of HIT and the systems affected, HIT can express itself in the form of any number of symptoms: gastrointestinal symptoms, headaches, disordered sleep patterns, low blood pressure, chronic infections, and hives among them.

Through testing and lifestyle changes, however, HIT can be properly diagnosed and treated.  Dr. Martin Hart and his colleagues at the Biologix Center for Optimum Health have closely studied Histamine Intolerance and have a track record of success in helping patients overcome HIT by addressing root causes.

Join us for our July 6th BioBites session with Dr. Hart as we discuss:

  • The nature of Histamine Intolerance
  • Factors that contribute to HIT in the body
  • How to effectively diagnose and treat Histamine Intolerance

Upon registering for this event, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom access link and password for the July 6th event.* Please save this information in your e-calendar so that you can log into the event. We encourage you to log on a few minutes early to ensure a smooth connection. 

If you have any questions you would like answered during this event, please email them to Katie Mannix, BioMed Program Coordinator, at kmannix@marioninstitute.org.

*Please note: For security reasons, we ask that you do not share this link directly with others. Instead, please share the registration link and encourage them to register for access using this link.

Contact:
Liz Wiley

liz@marioninstitute.org
508-748-0816 x116

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