Do you eat anything with wheat flour?
Bread and cheese and milk are on the top of the list of foods that slow down the time it takes for the food to pass through the intestines.
It also makes for very dry and hard poop.
Total elimination of all wheat and cheese helps to most people.
A lot of water and fruits like plums and apples, vegetables like carrots, onions, parsley, cucumbers, tomatoes, green salads, are foods that can increase the speed and can make it easier to poop as it creates a softer poop.
One day of change in diet is not enough.
It can take several days of a new diet to re-establish a new bowel flora and a new kind of poop.
Squatting on the toilet can also help poop, instead of sitting on the toilet.
I came to Curezone about 15 years ago looking for answers to my body odor. My body odor was the typical body odor smell, but was really noticeable when the temperature was hot, which is most of the year where I live. I could have just taken a shower and applied deodorant, but if I went outside in the heat, within minutes I would stink. So began quite a journey in my quest to find out what was causing it. I cleaned up my diet, changed all the products I use on my body, did liver and parasite cleanses, had Amalgams removed, did enemas. You name it but nothing ever really worked. About six weeks ago I was searching the internet for information, on what I don't even remember now, and came across a forum where someone said the inside of their coffee machine smelled like body odor. This was my epiphany! I realized that my body odor began after I started drinking coffee, around age 30. And through all the changes I have made to my life over the past 20 years, coffee was the one thing that remained constant. I would NEVER give up my coffee no matter what. So, I decided I had nothing to lose. I was going to give it up and see if it made a difference in how I smelled. Eureka!! Almost immediately my body odor disappeared. I can be in the heat and work out and I don't smell anymore. Another change that has occurred has been with my bowel movements. Sorry, TMI!. They used to be so messy and no amount of wiping seemed to be enough. That is gone as well. They are solid and I barely have to wipe at all. I never thought this before, but I realize now what a 'blessing' the body odor was. I have completely changed my life for the better in my journey to find a cure. I would not be the healthy, happy and blessed person I am today without having gone through this trial and tribulation. I hope this will help someone else out there!
I know this thread is old but wondering if you ever found a solution? I’m a 32 year old female and...
I know this thread is old but wondering if you ever found a solution? I'm a 32 year old female and I have suffered from the exact same underarm problem ever since i can remember. It seems to have gotten worse as the years have passed. I switched to Lavilin cream deodorant and it didn't seem to work and then I came across a forum saying betadine cleanser solved the problem. On Amazon the reviews say they are using it for the same reason I have. I just ordered it last night and it is coming today so I haven't tried it yet but I am seriously hoping this will work. I believe this to be the only thing left on the planet that will work.
I'm so sorry that you're having anxiety issues - it can have an impact upon mind, body, and spirit. LONG response, but please read it as you may find helpful information and encouragement.
I'm hosting an anxiety seminar for my County, tomorrow, and there are many, many methods and techniques that can be employed to manage anxiety. "Management" is the goal. "Cure" is lofty and unlikely.
SO......the first thing to do is to be patient. Yes, we all want to be cured of whatever it is that we're facing, but anxiety is thought to be associated with genetic information or environment, or a combination of both. Childhood trauma and/or family dynamics plays a huge part in where anxiety forms, and to what degree.
EFT is helpful - it is not some great and mystical secret. It is very simple to practice and it only requires that one crosses their arms and places their hands on the opposite sides of their bodies: typically, the shoulders, but this can be done while sitting on the legs. This second approach is extremely helpful if I'm at a meeting or somewhere where my legs are beneath a table and I need to calm myself at that moment.
Tapping begins with each hand lightly tapping at an alternative cadence or rhythm. The added "mantra" can be personal or not exist, at all - it's entirely a personal choice to add this or not. If a mantra is used, it should be a positive affirmation. Mine was, "I'm okay, and okay is good enough." Tapping works by forcing the left and right hemispheres of the brain to coordinate and alternate - this interrupts the anxiety from forming into an attack. Ever see people rocking babies or rocking back and forth when they're grieving or crying? Same thing - it's a soothing mechanism and EFT simply takes it a step further to interrupt the anxiety.
Another method of managing anxiety or a panic attack is to practice "The Now" exercise. This involves taking note of your immediate surroundings, out loud, if necessary. For instance, I will say to myself, "My left foot is crossed over my right foot. My right foot is resting on its heel with my toes pointing at a 45 degree angle. My right hand is holding a cup of tea and my left hand is resting on the arm chair. I can see my bird feeder and it has a squirrel and two bird eating seed. The sky is gloomy and the temperature is moderate at fifty degrees. The air is damp and a slight breeze is brushing my left cheek with the breeze coming from the south. I can see that the trees are all budding out for spring and that my apple trees still have no sign of blossoms, yet...." and so forth.
Yes, that was a long paragraph and some people will feel that it's TLDR, but it's a priceless exercise that can be successful. I had to practice this over, and over, sometimes every 3 minutes. Then, when I was "calm" and not in the depths of an anxiety episode, I would practice the tapping, the "Now" exercise, and other techniques. This method works by interrupting the memory mechanism that creates the anxiety, in the first place. The mind goes to a past event or trauma and that's where it begins to fall apart for us. This method brings us back to the immediate present - the "now," as Eckart Tolle teaches. And, it works.
Anxiety can absolutely be managed. Absolutely. But, it requires time, patience, and practice. It also requires that we be kind to ourselves. No method is "The One" that works for everyone, across the boards. Management requires practicing a variety of methods and techniques.
Recognizing triggers is another helpful exercise. "Why did I respond that way? Why am I feeling so unsettled?" A true "trigger," as defined by psychologists and psychiatrists is when the individual has experienced a past trauma and something associated with that trauma causes the individual to actually re-live the traumatic event in their minds (NOT the current bastardization of the term by various social groups) . The individual isn't actually IN the past, physically, but the mind takes the person back so that every physiological response to THREAT is present: dilated eyes, rapid heartbeat, narrowed vision, shortness of breath, fight-or-flight response, etc. It can be a smell, a color, a type of fabric, a certain string of words put together, a specific place, a certain day........anything can be a trigger for anxiety.
Anxiety is complex. It's not just something that happens. It is a hard-wired response to threat that was developed many thousands of years ago so that human beings would survive.
Whenever you can, practice whatever techniques that appeal to you when you are calm and centered - this will allow you to be able to access those techniques as "second nature" when you feel yourself slipping off the rails.
I'm so glad you are cured of this odor. i've been living this nightmare for 7 years. I've tried so many things but none of them have worked. I haven't been tested for thyroid which I might go get tested for. I think I might have POC since I have thick facial hair. Might get tested for that as well. Thank you for posting on here. It always gives me hope when there is a new success story on here!
Apparently my odor is worse than I thought. I didn't think it'd travel like that. A classmate commented it "smells like farts" in the corner I was sitting at. How. Annoying.
I was eating carelessly though. Thankfully I'm going grocery shopping tomorrow.
This was my first reaction ever from people who don't know me personally. I guess my first stranger reaction. This was really eye opening and embarrassing.
I took b2 and the odor was awful, strong as ever. I took b6 and the odor wasn't as sharp. A better way to describe, when I took b2 it was sulphur and now it just smells fecal. It's still fecal but it's less intense. It doesn't come out of my mouth when I talk as much now but it still comes out of my throat. How fun :-)
I took some maybe three or four days ago and I am still peeing bright yellow.
The sulphur smell is coming from the back of my throat, it happened to me a lot before. It was the candida, but I'm not sure why b2 made my candida almost revert. My scalp issue was gone yet my throat issue came back. I couldn't talk yesterday at work without it smelling like shit. If my head was tilted the wrong way then the smell would radiate from my throat. I had to fold my tongue to create a barrier to keep the smell down and it worked so that it wouldn't emit from my throat.
After realizing this, I supplemented with b6 and it's reduced dramatically. I'm never taking b2 again, lol. I thought stale breath and a mild case of sebhoerric dermatitis were the worst of my problems until I remembered the sulphuric smell from my throat that used to make my life hell. I've been taking b6 since last November and have had hardly any sulphur smell. As in none.
When I started taking b2, I had run out of b6. It helps a lot.
My pee is still bright yellow. I just want this vitamin out and gone!
I know what your all going through I have a suggestion,Don dickerman ministries they have a prayer...
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If you have a mercury Hg problem but NOT a lead problem and had amalgam fillings removed before de...
If you have a mercury Hg problem but NOT a lead problem and had Amalgam fillings removed before detox you should have gotten some gains in the first few months.
If you did not have Amalgam removed and you previously took lots of "detox" supplements--greens, NAC, cilantro, chlorella, then I would not expect many gains in the first 6 months. They move Hg around including helping to excrete some of it, but also moving some to more vulnerable sites in the body.
If a person has a lead problem, I don't expect many gains in the first 6 months. I mostly had/have a lead and cadmium problem. I spent most of the first 8 months wondering if I was just having a better than average week, then better than average month. There was nothing really impressive. It was not until around 10 months that it was clear gains were sticking.
By 1.75 yrs I had gotten the majority of my gains but have added a few less impressive ones in subsequent years.
I wish I could tell you if you are just a slow responder or that you don't have a heavy metal problem. it is tough to know what is going on in your brain, thyroid, adrenal and other organs most vulnerable to Hg--short of an autopsy : (
You could try a followup hair test to see if it shows something interesting. My prechelation hair, and urine tests were not impressive. However after 1 and 1.5 yrs the hair tests had toxins--lead or cadmium-- in the red, but the essential elements did not look crazy.
Do you feel a reaction to taking chelators and for a half day after the round-- maybe more lethargic, fatigue, fog, and an increase in some of your long-time symptoms? For example, some people will have an increase in their long-time tinnitus symptom while on round.
It has definitely been mortifying. Presenting yourself as a professional and having this problem w...
It has definitely been mortifying. Presenting yourself as a professional and having this problem was very very difficult. Especially being and adult and working with both my peers and youth and children. Imagine them smelling all that and I couldn't even begin to tell you what it was since I was nose blind to it. Other than what I have written, please read up on gluten and it's effect on the body and see if it's something you may want to eliminate from your diet and see the effect, just from a lay mans point of view. Wishing you all the best.