posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 08:24 AM
reply to post by Schkeptick
Some people smell asparaganes in pea and also smell it in sweat. They have something to do with turning into the acrylamides during the browning
process. The chemical is abundant in asparagus but are also present in large amounts in cabbage and red meats. People who smell them usually avoid
others who eat them thinking they smell bad. I can smell asparaganes and use the smell of my pee to judge if I am eating enough to control my
epilepsy. I discovered the relation because the smell of my urine smelled bad to me while taking the meds that I was allergic to.
Many people avoid eating cabbage and excessive meats because it drives others away that can smell it, not realizing that most people can't smell it.
Browning meats destroys much of the chemical and turns it into a toxic chemical called acrylamides. Eating browned meats also reduces the doping
effect too and is better if you have something that has to be done and you need energy and protein. The effects of these asparaganes actually calm
people. It is a safe food chemistry if used in moderation to control ADD and some problems problems with overactive brain waves. Too much and it can
cause a sort of Phenobarbital effect. I like being mellow and realize that the smell can make some people think you stink. I smell this on many
people and have recently learned to understand the reason that some people smell funny to me. I had to change my diet when I got the epilepsy to
include smelly urine as a normal part of my life.
I smoke so it helps me get along with everyone since most people smell terrible to me. With having to increase my asparagane levels for the
epilepsy, I also think I smell bad. When people stopped smoking they started avoiding these calming foods, started eating meat browned more and they
got krankier. This side effect to society is a problem. I'm not sure that the people running our governments health program have a clue as to what
reality is. Smoking cigarettes overlodes the olfactory and we can't smell as well. Smoking can also make it possible to eat foods when there are
other food odors around. When you smell foods the body makes chemistry immediately to take apart those foods. Eating something other than what you
smell causes some chemistry to be created that is not utilized causing problems with improper digestion. If you're planning on having a fish fry on
friday and plans change, it causes problems because the body prepares for it all day long. Eating something else can make a person kranky.
I know I have strayed from the thread again. I understand why they make certain neutralizing perfumes and deodorants. The problem comes when these
smells affect the school kids that have chemical sensitivities in schools and screws up their learning abilities. I can't take much of these smells
without it lowering my oxygen levels and doping me. People who wear some expensive perfumes can bring people down to their knees. The Alchemy of the
people in charge. Trouble is, people who smoke can't smell these people, they are a threat to their way of life. I have to smoke because of it's
effect with Xanthian Oxidase inhibitors in my lungs. I also have a problem with acytlcholine not sticking to the brain receptors but Nicotine works
fine. It allows me to think clearly everywhere. I don't smoke much, about a half a pack a day. I Never used to smoke except when I went into places
where there were a lot of perfumes and deodorants on people. I like being social and that necessitates I smoke if I want to be in public. I'm going
to find an alternate method to use in the near future.
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