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Re: Please help! any advice?


Hi 104990,

I'm sorry I haven't written sooner; I hadn't seen this post somehow. 

Since there are many sources of odor, such as an imbalance of the micro-organisms in your gut, in the back of your tongue, and possibly even some metabolic enzyme deficiencies, just addressing one of the sources and not another is not going to solve your odor problem. 

My son and other people have done a odor-management protocol recommended by the National Institute of health (NIH) that has helped them become odor-free in a few months time, but it works only if you do it exactly as it's supposed to be done.  It first addresses the need to clean your gut with a good cleansing diet until you have a diarrhea (once only).  You might want to see a post I just did earlier today here in CureZone, http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1280883 in which I explain it a little better.  After you have cleansed your intestines well, you would need to really start a double dose of probiotics for a few days, and then the recommended daily dose. This will get rid of the old bad bacteria overgrowth, and replace it with the good balance of the micro-ecosystem of the gut.

Then you would have to eat a good diet to prevent it from building up again.  The NIH recommends that people who have an enzyme deficiency odor-producing condition called TMAU to avoid foods that have a certain type of protein called choline.  Choline is found in foods rich in choline include eggs, liver, kidney, peas, beans, peanuts, soya products, and brassicas (Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower), including rapeseed products such as oil, fish oil, and flour.  That is not to say that you cannot have any choline whatsoever, because you are supposed to have up to 425mg/day of you're a female and 500mg/day if you're a male. 

Read these websites published by the US government (NIH) as a guideline:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bookshelf/br.fcgi?book=gene&part=trimethylami...

http://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/GARD/QnA.aspx?PageID=4&CaseID=20839&... 

and http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/Data/Choline/Choline.pdf  You can skip the 1st 7 pages of this introduction, and go the the chart.  Look at he column that says Total Cho (Total Choline), and that's what you guide yourself by. 

If you email me at mpdela1@gmail.com , and I can give you a few attachments of some excerpts of this chart that my son and I compiled to help him select foods with their choline content that are more attractive to young people.

I don't know if you are a man or a woman, but if you are a woman, your menstrual cycle (hormonal changes) also increase your odor for those days. 

I know I gave you alot of stuff to read, but if you want to discuss this with other sufferers so that you can ask all the questions you want, we hold a women's conference call this coming Wednesday at 9:00p.m. Eastern Standard Time, if you're a young lady you can join us since we discuss some of these women issues like menstrual cycles.  If you are a young man, we hold the general conference call this Sunday at 2:00p.m./EST.  We've been holding these calls for months now and they are very informative.  The call is free if calling from the United States if you have a free long distance plan.  The number is 712-432-1620 then type in the acess code 391629#.  YOU DON'T HAVE TO TALK if you don't want to, you can just listen, or you can ask all the questions you want. 

Best of luck,

María

 

 
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