7 - NUTRITION: Odors, Allergies, & Sensitivities
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.