I am very sensitive to chemicals and perfumes. What nutrients are most important for that?

Molybdenum is the most important nutrient for sensitivity to airborne chemicals including perfumes, gasoline fumes, tobacco smoke, and anything else in that category.

Selenium and vitamin E (mixed tocopherols) are two other important nutrients that can help a lower a person’s sensitivities to smells and odors.  View the Web TV Preview video entitled Are You Sensitive to Perfumes & Odors for a brief overview of this information.  You can use Indicator Testing (also a Web TV Preview video) to identify which of these nutrients is most compatible with your personal needs.

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