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Unable to metabolize proteins...


Hey everyone,

I came across this great post that badattitude did way back in November 2006, and it is so good that I copied and pasted it below for all of us to read. Here it is:

Unable to metabolize proteins by badattitude ..... Body Odor & Bad Breath Forum

Date: 11/4/2006 5:19:54 PM ( 21 mon ago)
Popularity: message viewed 602 times
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//www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=768171



Finding this forum has given me some hope so I figure I should contribute what I found at health 911 awhile back...

"An inborn error of metabolism or some other problem that may cause about 7% of those suffering from Body Odor to be unable to digest certain foods. These undigested foods, which are often proteins, cause the body to give off unpleasant odors.
Coffee and other stimulants increase apocrine gland secretion, increasing the possibility of unpleasant odors"


"Sweat glands under the arms and in the groin secrete a substance that is the major non-food drink related cause of Body Odor . This substance, which contains protein, carbs and lipids often secreted by a surge in sex hormones caused by tense moments or emotional stress, is quickly attacked by bactereia, causing odor."

also for women...

"Estrogen dominace, often caused by petrochemical products, may trigger early puberty. Drinking sodas out of plastic bottles is one of the leading causes of estrogen dominance."

Thanks for all the info I've found here. Maybe there's some hope.
 

 
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