a reply to: woodsmom
I take one pill regularly, a multimineral tablet with molybdenum in it. If my breathing gets a little harder from eating too much sulfur foods, I
take a secondary molybdenum mix pill. It works great in about five minutes. It helps to form COA in the system and to deal with sulfites and nitrite
issues. It allows me to actually eat more green veggies since there is lots of nitrogen in green leafy veggies.
I am testing methyl B12 spray, which works great. And also methyl folate which takes away the inflamation from my joints. I have a 1298 Homozegous
in my genes which means I need the methyl form. That form of folate is found in green leafy veggies but the nitrogen in those if eaten in high enough
amounts I make too much nitrous oxide and it makes me light headed. I knew about the light headed before I knew of the reason it makes me light
headed. I was aware of that light headedness over thirty years now and loving salads is a downfall with that. I also can;t eat much foods containing
nitrites or nitrates but lettuce seems to be stronger than the foods containing nitrites because I love chef salads. According to my DNA I can
process nitric oxide fine, but with low blood volume/ or anemia if it isn't low, I have to watch them. Tobacco also is not good, I do smoke but very
little or I get light headed from that.
Now one daughter has a copy of each in this so she does not have a problem. When she took the three together, she got crabby and started bitching at
the kids for messing up the kitchen and not doing what they were supposed to do. Now her boys are pigs, they do nothing and they make continuous
messes. She and her daughter clean up after them. So she started to bitch at them, maybe I should have given these to her twelve years ago, the boys
have become spoiled brats that make constant messes and expect women to clean up after them. Not something I think is good. She likes to be nice
but nice sometimes is not good. You have to be able to teach your young to not take advantage of others niceness. Now, keeping this crabbiness
inside could lead to PTSD like symptoms. Go out and yell at a squirrel. Maybe going deer hunting and shooting the dear ten times can clear up the
PTSD, a different face on it everytime you shoot it.
I'm trying to figure out that but I can't take multivitamins because of that. Once a week is all I take them.
Everyone is different. We all have different ratios of enzymes we make and this is governed by our ancestors eating habits. The sulfur content of
food has to be balanced. Fish is actually a food with naturally high sulfur in it, countering it with potatoes helps to balance it. You really
should not eat too much more sulfur foods on a regular basis with fish. Balance it with nitrogen foods.
Now red meats need more sulfur and also salt to utilize their properties better. So onions or garlic work well with red meats and the salt is needed
to process some of the components in it. How much depends on how much salt you excrete in your urine. How much you excrete is based on how much
glucose or sugar you consume. Glucose helps to keep sodium from being lost. I do not eat much glucose foods. But chloride losses are always
happening in the urine, that has to be replenished. Chloride is in salt or in veggies and also in some herbs. Chloride is also high in fish so you
do not need as much salt with that.
If any of these balances get off, it can cause you to be anxious or depressed or cause a variety of problems with health. If you look at the
medicines, they often have similarities. Lots are sulfur or nitrogen based and some utilize other ions. I've looked at the structure of many
hundreds of medicines over the years. I have studied how they work and what enzymes or other targets they are trying to alter.
Too much sulfur foods can cause anemia. Too much nitrogen foods can cause irratic heart beat and destabalized blood pressure if too much sulfur foods
are eaten on a regular basis. I am trying to define moderation and it is hard because some people do not break down nitrogens and sulfurs right,
coenzymes of molybdenum are involved and these enzymes share the same element. copper is also important and this is found in organic form in
chocolate. Now cravings are important, we need to listen to our bodies and pay attention to how foods really effect our minds.
I don't seem to have the genetics that make me more susceptible to celiac disease. I can get some other problems that are similar. My daughter has
the IBS genes and she definitely has that and it is even diagnosed. I can't help her, she needs to evaluate things.
Boy did I get off topic on this one.