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DAO deficiency and scientific evidence for DN from Navarra
16 April, 17:00 - 18:30
There has been a lot of talk in the last 15 years about the effect of an excess of histamine due to the DAO enzyme deficiency and how this accumulation of histamine could affect some people with different symptomatic manifestations, among which we highlight:
- Neurological disorders
- Digestive disorders
- Dermal disorders
- Respiratory disorders
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Constitutional and locomotor disorders
Every year different research groups around the world are advancing in this field and we see that the conclusions usually coincide. Get a good diagnosis, correct the diet and apply a good extra-food treatment. This is where the Dietitian-Nutritionist comes in. What if in the not too distant future most cases of migraine were treated with special feeding patterns in all headache Units? What if cases of chronic urticaria, unrelated to immune system responses, came to be controlled with special dietary guidelines? How would we see if the figure of the dietitian-nutritionist is routinely incorporated into the treatment of various respiratory symptoms? What if the “irritable bowel” as a diagnosis does not exist and we can solve this clinical situation with special feeding guidelines?
The clinical evidence is almost always ahead of the scientific, but in this course, addressed to dietitians-nutritionists in Navarra, we will talk about the work that has been done, what is being done and how we should take advantage of them to in clinical practice.
It will be a 1 and a half hour course, which will be divided into 3 parts:
What is histamine, what are its functions and where is it located?
Dietary histamine metabolism and the role of the enzyme Diamino Oxidase (DAO)
Symptoms derived from a DAO enzyme deficiency
Summary most relevant scientific articles on nutrition, histamine and DAO
Resolution of doubts
To attend, it will be essential to register, as places are limited. To do this, CODINNA will contact all its members, with instructions for doing so and with the latest details of the course.
Although we would like to see each other in person, the current situation forces us to carry out training via Online.