Histamine, Mast Cell Activation & Osteoporosis w/ Dr. Meg Mill + BoneCoach™ Osteoporosis & Osteopenia

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The Bone Coach Podcast | Histamine, Mast Cell Activation & Osteoporosis w/ Dr. Meg Mill | Bone Loss Podcast

Histamine often gets a bad rep, but might an imbalance be at the root of your unexplained symptoms, such as sudden food allergies or chronic fatigue?

Could a deeper understanding of histamine be the key to improved health and even address issues like osteoporosis?

Find out in this episode!

Let’s talk with Dr. Meg Mill, who brings years of experience as a PharmD and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner.

We shed light on histamines and explore valuable insights into how our dietary choices and gut health affect our body’s response, offering actionable advice to enhance your well-being.

Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

1:29 – Who is Dr. Meg Mill

4:48 – Her transition from conventional to functional medicine

6:00 – Understanding histamine and its role in the body

7:51 – Causes of histamine imbalance

9:34 – A quick look at genetics and histamine intolerance

10:22 – Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) explained

12:35 – Effects of MCAS on bone health and osteoporosis

15:21 – How to diagnose histamine issues or MCAS

16:57 – Functional medicine’s approach to histamine problems

19:17 – Strategies for managing histamine intolerance

21:57 – High histamine foods to avoid

24:16 – Additional tips for histamine management

25:39 – Long-term approach to addressing histamine intolerance and MCAS

27:50 – Special summit announcement

29:22 – Where to find more help and resources from Dr. Meg Mill

Resources Mentioned

**Show notes @ https://bonecoach.com/histamine-mast-cell-osteoporosis-dr-meg-mill

You can find Dr. Mill’s resources below!

>> Website: www.megmill.com

>> Podcast A Little Bit Healthier

>> Instagram: www.instagram.com/drmegmill

>> Facebook Group: A Little Bit Healthier 

>> The Essential Guide to Histamine Intolerance: Understanding and Overcoming Your Body’s Reaction

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About Dr. Meg Mill:

Dr. Mill is a PharmD and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner with over two decades of clinical experience. She is also a bestselling author, podcast host, summit host, and sought-after corporate wellness speaker.

Her virtual Functional Medicine practice has transformed the lives of hundreds of clients worldwide by connecting the dots between their diverse, unexplained, and often overlooked health struggles, such as gut issues, chronic fatigue, migraines, skin reactions, anxiety, or allergies. She uses her EAT Method to uncover and resolve the underlying connections, whether it’s gut dysfunction, hormone imbalances, histamine intolerance, or mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). She empowers clients to take control of their health so they can regain the energy, mental clarity, and confidence needed to fully show up for their lives again.

In addition to hosting her podcast “A Little Bit Healthier,” she has been featured in national publications and media outlets such as Fox News Channel, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, Reader’s Digest, Health Magazine, Mind Body Green, Authority Magazine, Life & Style, Sunset Magazine, as well as several national publications, blogs, and podcast guest appearances.

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