Saturday, May 6 | 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Pacific Time) | Breakout Session
Histamine Rising – The Role of Dysbiosis and GI Dysfunction in Histamine Dysregulation
with Jocelyn Strand, ND
The physiology of histamine is complex and diverse. Clinical symptoms can be random and widespread, leaving us scratching our heads. Body systems affected include the gut, skin, heart, brain, joints, and more. Please join Dr. Jocelyn Strand, ND, Biocidin’s Director of Clinical Research and Education, as she discusses the integral role of the microbiome in the production and metabolism of histamine. She will also share Biocidin’s latest pilot research – and exciting preliminary results related to histamine.
About The Speaker
Jocelyn Strand, ND, is Biocidin’s Director of Clinical Education and Research. She brings both a reverence for botanicals and a passion for science to her role. Dr. Strand monitors and participates in research, trains clinicians, and is a respected and engaging speaker. Before joining Biocidin® in 2019, Dr. Strand was a primary care provider in private practice for 11 years through the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice. She specialized in GI system disorders, Lyme disease, and autoimmune conditions.