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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Thanks to all the women who attended our Women's Conference Call tonight

On our Women’s Conference Call today many callers wanted to know more specifics about the Thames Festival 2008 Meet-up in London that I attended, such as what it was like meeting sufferers from various parts of the world, and what we discussed in the meet-up. I told my story, and we eventually wound up mainly talking about the various odor-reducing diets discussed at the meet-up that many of us have also tried.

A handy tool called Nutrient Checker was recommended to assist in our process of food selection as it has a great deal of information on the contents of the various food groups. See http://mpdela.blogspot.com/2008/06/nutrient-checker.html for help in this regard.

We discussed how each of us responds differently to the various foods, not only in the degree of odor they may produce in us, but also in our respective food tolerances and allergies. In the end, we realized that we also need to test our bodies for food intolerances and allergies in our efforts to create and maintain a diet that decreases our odor. We discussed cleansing diets, vegetarian, vegan, and dairy-free diets, low sugar diets, low choline diets, and the importance of consuming no less that 425mg of choline a day for women and 500mg for men.

The point was brought up about how a diet that is too low in choline and vitamins may produce the hair loss that many on the call seem to be currently experiencing. Biotin, also known as Vitamin H or Vitamin B7, is helpful in strengthening hair and preventing hair loss. We also discussed how a higher consumption of protein could produce greater energy, since some sufferers are feeling too weak on the low choline diet. Egg whites can be a good source of protein while on a low choline diet, although some people do not handle eggs and egg products well, but others do, so they can get an energy boost from it.

A big warning goes out to people on low choline diets regarding their vitamin B Complex selection, read the labels well. Many vitamin B complexes contain choline, and it will be noted on the bottle. So avoid those complexes that do have choline. It is much more fun to eat delicious foods for our choline daily requirement than to take it in a pill.

It seemed that the main need of the callers today was to discuss odor-reducing diets and to find out more information about the Thames Festival 2008 Meet-up in London. Thanks to those who participated in the call, it was very productive.

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