There are foods we eat that are primarily responsible for those particular smells we emit.
The main perpetrators are: Choline, lecitin, and soy.
The inability, by way of a genetic defiency, gives us insufficient enzymes to break these down and, thus, results in the odor.
Crazy, huh? Never would have thought about THAT being the problem, right?
Be thankful also that we live in this age of information; that we can have the tools, the technology to come across information like this (on an "internet".)
Much better equipped are we than our "brothers and sisters" in the past.
Always have to see the positive. Never focus on the negative for too long.
Don't lose the fight in the dressing room.
Getting back to what I was saying...
Like I said in the last post, I am working on a dietary list. That'll come in a few days. For now, I will give an outline right now, as I've come across some
other folk on another forum (Re: fecal body odor).
Rule #1:Check your labels
Avoid foods that are high in choline: Primarily is high in choline: Fish, eggs, and milk (this includes pretty much all dairy products).
Avoid anything that lists "lecithin" in its ingredients: Chocolate is up there at the top of the list.
And soy: Vegetable oil (it is primarily soybean oil), soy sauce...Any fried foods, of course.