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Activated Charcoal and Copper Chlorophillin effective against TMAU
 
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Activated Charcoal and Copper Chlorophillin effective against TMAU


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"The intake of dietary charcoal (total 1.5 g charcoal per day for 10 days) reduced the urinary free TMA concentration and increased the concentration of TMAO to normal values during charcoal administration. Copper chlorophyllin (total 180 mg per day for 3 weeks) was also effective at reducing free urinary TMA concentration and increasing TMAO to those of concentrations present in normal individuals. In the TMAU subjects examined, the effects of copper chlorophyllin appeared to last longer (i.e., several weeks) than those observed for activated charcoal. The results suggest that the daily intake of charcoal and/or copper chlorophyllin may be of significant use in improving the quality of life of individuals suffering from TMAU."

I noticed that my urine does smell quite fishy after I've had fish. I'm going to try taking 180mg of chlorophyll. Activate charcoal is really hard on my stomach.
 

 
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