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I’ve listed below some external links, for topics for which you may have more questions as well as products (mostly supplements) I have personally found useful. I plan to add more links in the future, so check back here often.
Please also see disclaimer.
Products I Use (Food, Supplements, etc.)
Note: currently, most of these links lead to Amazon.com. These brands are ones I currently use or have successfully used in the past. I encourage you to perform your own research to determine whether or not Amazon offers the best deal on a product, and I strongly recommend also checking prices on Vitacost and Thrive Market.
However, if you’ve decided to complete your shopping through Amazon, doing so through one of my links gives me a bit of a kickback, without any additional cost to you. Please see Affiliate Disclosure.
Food, Vitamins, and Supplements
An essential oil blend which I rub on my toes and thumbs to combat biofilm in the gut.
I use this for pain relief. (Though I am in the process of searching for one that doesn’t contain magnesium stearate.)
I add this to my water for extra electrolytes, which are essential for restoring alkalinity in the body, and especially important to replenish after stressful periods and illness.
This one has been working well for me:
Also, here are the magnesium chloride bath salts I use:
A zero-calorie sweetener with many health benefits (read more about beneficial and harmful sweeteners.)
I use this molybdenum supplement occasionally to flush out excess sulfur from my body. Note: taking molybdenum still doesn’t allow me to consume significant amounts of high-sulfur foods. Molybdenum seems to be helpful for my SUOX pathway but not entirely for my broken transsulfuration pathway (CBS gene mutation).
Tiger Nut Flour
Vitamin B6 (P5P, the active form)
I use this to maintain a healthy neurotransmitter balance, heal my skin, and experience deeper, more restful sleep.
For combating candidiasis.
After introducing zinc picolinate into my supplement regimen, I quickly saw an increase in energy and depth of sleep.
GM food health risks – Institute For Responsible Technology
GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health – New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
The Mutational Consequences of Plant Transformation – National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
Evaluation of Allergenicity of Genetically Modified Foods – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO)
Organic food: Is it safer or more nutritious? – Mayo Clinic
MSG (monosodium glutamate)
Free Glutamic Acid (MSG): Sources and Dangers – American Nutrition Association
Anxiety Attacks Caused By Food – Dr. Maxwell, D.O.