Some of you appear to have an odour and others just give off a reaction. I assume the reaction is caused by a gas leaving your body. This can be triggered because of a gut dysbiosis. Has anyone considered tmau2 as the possible cause, or the other option that I think may be causing my problems is Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), but not just bacteria also yeast.
Any forums I go into everyone seems to have a yeast problem, so I do not know if this the underlying issue overall. Everyone seems to take probiotics to help, as I did - I swamped my body with them thinking I was doing good, then I found out that if you might have SIBO or some form of gut dysbiosis then you are feeding the bad bacteria and doing more harm.
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