It takes time to learn how to live with Mastocytosis, long-term, and in this article, I discuss how my husband and I deal with acute mast cell attacks in our home.

Communication, we have found, is essential.  

The video recording is now available for the Minimizing Food Fears + Frustrations webinar held on March 6, 2019. 

Watch as Wendy Busse describes eight helpful tips for managing food sensitivity.  Also included in this article is a brochure outlining these eight tips and the questions and answers asked during the webinar.  We hope you enjoy!

This week's blog comes from Michelle Dellene over at  Michelle writes a very relatable blog about her journey with mast cell activation. 

Here is the most recent post from her "A Day in the Life" series, which shares an inspirational message for all of us.  Enjoy!

My name is Kathleen and I was diagnosed with Systemic Mastocytosis nearly 18 years ago.  I would like to share with you the details of my diagnosis, my treatment plan and the ongoing management of this rare disease.  Today my Mastocytosis is stable, but that hasn't always been the case.  

Guest Post from Wendy Busse, Registered Dietitian.  Pinpointing the cause of mysterious symptoms is challenging. In some cases, the search for illusive food sensitivity triggers causes more suffering than the original symptoms.

Register now!  Food and balancing diet can often be one of the greatest challenges when living with Mast Cell disease. Join Wendy Busse -Registered Dietitian- as she helps clients struggling with restricted diets find peace with food and explore fears and frustrations that are common with food sensitivity.

Welcome to the Mastocytosis Society Canada (MSC) Blog!  This blog will be full of helpful information including research from industry experts, understanding mast cells, nutrition and food sensitivity, patient stories, living with mast cell disease…and the list goes on.