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The SHEDD Assessment is a program hosted by Heidi Turner, Integrative RDN that takes you through the five areas that commonly drive Histamine Intolerance and mast cell issues...

 Stress, Hormones, Environment 

Digestion And, finally...Diet 


This course is appropriate for everyone -- public and professionals -- who work with the following conditions:

Histamine Intolerance

Multiple food intolerances

Mast cell issues

Chronic pain

Chronic, unresolved digestive issues

Long COVID symptoms

Inflammatory conditions that aren't responding to traditional treatments, allopathic or complementary


Since getting to the root of Histamine Intolerance can be challenging, this video series guides you to consider your own, personal story and how each of these aspects plays into your histamine-mediated symptoms. 












  



SHEDD Assessment Curriculum


  Introduction
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  Stress
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  Hormones
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  Environment
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  Digestion
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  Diet
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  Final Words
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$98

SHEDD Assessment

Take a deep dive into what's driving your histamine intolerance!

Here's what's covered...


 Over 6 hours of videos taking you through each aspect of the SHEDD Assessment with professional commentary and guidance by your host, Heidi Turner, Integrative RDN, who has spent over 15 years working with Histamine Intolerance

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The multiple, underlying drivers of Histamine Intolerance and why it can be tricky to manage

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Management guidelines ranging from basic to more complex, depending on where you're at in your personal HIT journey

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 Supplemental and testing recommendations

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 What you can do on your own and when to seek professional guidance

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 Do you have MCAS or HIT?

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 Guided meditations for grounding and food fear

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​Trusted resources to direct you to additional help, when needed