According to Dr Lynch, TMAO is due to bacteria converting certain amino acids and fats. If one has fishy odor while taking Optimal Prenatal, they should talk to their doctor about taking ProBiota HistaminX and reducing the consumption of eggs, sulfur foods and choline. They then consider adding Optimal PC to their protocol, as phosphatidylcholine is much less likely to convert to TMAO via an unfavorable microbiome.
Articles in this section
- Who is Optimal Prenatal capsule intended for?
- How do I take Optimal Prenatal capsule?
- What is the reasoning for each ingredient in Optimal Prenatal capsule?
- What are the ingredients in Optimal Prenatal capsule derived from?
- Does Optimal Prenatal capsule contain gluten, soy, or grains?
- Is Optimal Prenatal capsule free from GMOs?
- Is Optimal Prenatal capsule vegetarian/vegan?
- What are the possible interactions or side effects of using Optimal Prenatal capsule?
- How do I know which Optimal Prenatal product is right for me?
- I have heard that protein can cause damage via TMAO if I have leaky gut. What does Dr Lynch think about this in relation to Optimal Prenatal with Plant-Based Protein and leaky gut?