This presentation is part three in a three-part series led by nutritional consultant Tracey Reed that looks at mast cells in pulmonary fibrosis (PF) and strategies that may help slow PF progression.
Watch Part 1, Mast Cells in Pulmonary Fibrosis
Watch Part 2, Dietary Strategies That May Help Slow PF Progression
In this presentation, Tracey shares other lifestyle strategies to help reduce the mast cell component of pulmonary fibrosis which may help slow its progression including:
- Identifying triggers: things that may have initiated pulmonary fibrosis in your body
- Mass cell ‘cross talk’
- Strategies to stop the ‘cross talk’
Find more educational webinars at the CPFF Video library: https://cpff.ca/patients-and-caregive…
About Tracey Reed Tracey is a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, an instructor at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, recipient of the 2018 Clinical Excellence Award, and coauthor of Histamine Haven: the essential guide and cookbook to histamine and mast cell activation. Her clinical practice has a strong focus on helping people struggling with histamine and mast cell-mediated health issues. She is a self-proclaimed gut geek and loves everything about the gut microbiome and leaky gut. Tracey’s passion is teaching people how to eat to fix the biochemistry of their bodies to address what is at the root of their health conditions. You can find her at https://www.traceyreed.ca/ and https://www.histaminehaven.com/.