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Scoliosis Hista Helper

Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
Scoliosis Hista Helper
$29.99
  • Stock: 25
  • Supply: 50 days
  • Cost per Day: $0.60
  • Dosage: 1 tablet twice daily with food
  • Cost per Dose: $0.27

Formulation Features

FORMULATION FEATURES

Support for Seasonal Environmental Challenges

Contains Vitamin C to provide protection from damaging free radicals, and the synthesis of neurotransmitters. Vitamin C also plays a lesser-known role in the deactivation of histamine1

DHQ helps to limit pro-inflammatory metabolic reactions2

Ingredients

Other ingredients: Vegetarian capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water), microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide, and ascorbyl palmitate.

Free of the following common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans. Contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

Suggested Use: 2 capsules, 1 to 2 times daily or as directed by a healthcare professional. If stomach upset occurs, take with a small amount of food


Common Questions About Supplements

How long do you recommend taking the listed supplements?

Our chief concern at ScoliSMART is how these products may affect the outcomes of your child’s scoliosis during growth. However, once your child reaches skeletal maturity, or for Adult patients, your provider may recommend these products on an ongoing basis to address any non-spinal symptoms or genetic variants.

Will these products have any negative side effects?

The supplements we recommend are all-natural, organic, Kosher, and non-GMO. However, parents should discuss these supplements with their pediatrician if they are taking any prescription medications.

What can be expected once supplementation starts?

Although the primary goal of these supplements is to support scoliosis therapy, many parents notice positive improvements in their children’s behavior and focus as well.

Will my insurance cover the cost of the supplements?

Although health insurances do not typically cover supplements, many FSA or HSA accounts will reimburse you for them if your treating provider writes a letter of medical necessity.

Will taking the recommended supplements alone improve scoliosis?

No. The nutritional interventions may help prevent further curve progression, as well as improve treatment outcomes. The recommendations in this report are intended to be done in conjunction with a scoliosis-specific exercise program like ScoliSMART BootCamp or the Scoliosis Activity Suit.

What if taking pills is a problem?

Many of the supplements are available in liquid and chewable forms. Also, capsules can be opened and the powdered contents can be mixed in juices or applesauce.

Related Research

1. Strohle A, Wolters M, Hahn A. Micronutrients at the interface between inflammation and infection—ascorbic acid and calciferol: part 1, general overview with a focus on ascorbic acid. Inflamm Allergy Drug Targets. 2011 Feb;10(1):54-63.

2. Bito T, Roy S, Sen CK, et al. Flavonoids differentially regulate IFN gammainduced ICAM-1 expression in human keratinocytes: molecular mechanisms of action. FEBS Lett. 2002 Jun 5;520(1-3):145-52.


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How will this product help?

Hista Helper is a highly efficient natural approach to the moderation of histamine imbalances linked to scoliosis.

How does this product work and affect scoliosis? 

Hista Helper incorporates bioflavonoids, micronutrients, proteolytic enzymes, and herbs into a comprehensive formula that provides multifaceted support for scoliosis patients with histamine imbalances. Dihydroquercetin (DHQvital™), a key component in AllerDHQ, inhibits oxidation, is bioactive, and is highly absorbable. AllerDHQ supports the body’s regulating function in addressing an improper histamine response that can affect the uptake of the body’s primary postural control neurotransmitters.*