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I’m new to all of this and not sure where to start. I read about Dr. Diana on The Low Histamine Chef’s site and bought Parasym Plus and the Digestive Enzymes. I was “unofficially” diagnosed with EDS and would like to start on the protocol, but I’m confused about how to do it.
Dr. Diana’s interview with Yasmin said to take 2 Parasym plus on an empty stomach in the morning, but the bottle has different directions. This supplement is very expensive for me so I want to make sure I’m using it properly to get the benefit.
I’m also concerned about taking the Digestive Aid because of it containing apple cider vinegar and that being a high histamine food. Does anyone take that with major histamine issues and not have a problem with it?
Thanks for any info!!
Parasym Plus is most effective in stimulating the vagus nerve if you take two on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. Rapid absorption is key when trying to stimulate the nerve. Everyone is different, but I was one with severe histamine problems and didn’t have a problem with apple cider vinegar — our sensitivities can be so individual, though. I didn’t want to have liquid going down my esophagus every day, though, and Betaine was too irritating for me. It was a happy compromise. I hope it is hugely helpful for you! 🙂
I’m starting to get muscle aches especially in the upper legs and in my arms and movement feels weird in my body when I’m laying in bed. Also getting tremors. I believe I am hyper adrenergic pots but was not diagnosed that way but when I stand up my blood pressure goes through the roof at times and I feel very shaky all over. Getting nervous about it and hoping it’s just being potsy
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