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The gut-brain axis and histamine with Kiran Krishnan

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I speak with Kiran Krishnan about the gut-brain axis, and how histamine is intimately involved with in it. Kiran summarises what the gut-brain axis is, how numerous factors can cause imbalance with the axis, and we finish the conversation by summarising therapeutic interventions that may be of benefit.

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