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Re: Round-up of Body/Breath Odor Causes
 
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Re: Round-up of Body/Breath Odor Causes


One more for the homies in the hood...

From a 1991 Earl Mindell book: " Glycine has also been used to treat certain types of acidemia (low blood pH), especially one caused by a leucine imbalance which results in an offensive body and breath odor, a condition formerly treated only by a dietary restriction of leucine."

Also, "The main source of sulfur in the feces and intestinal gas is from animal foods, and more specifically, the sulfur-containing amino acids found in animal proteins...Small amounts of sulfur also come from additives and vegetable foods....a large portion of the sulfur that does not leave with the feces and flatus is absorbed through the intestinal walls, into the blood stream where it is excreted in the urine or into the breath and sweat as foul breath and Body Odor ." (link below) ©†ƒ……•™¼‡_Original_Message_¾€š½ž¢«»¬ï°©

One more for the homies in the hood...

From a 1991 Earl Mindell book: " Glycine has also been used to treat certain types of acidemia (low blood pH), especially one caused by a leucine imbalance which results in an offensive body and breath odor, a condition formerly treated only by a dietary restriction of leucine."

http://www.nealhendrickson.com/mcdougall/020800pubadfarts.htm

 

 
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