As more and more information filters into public knowledge about the lifestyle impact that their Genes have on them, people are empowering themselves to make positive changes to improve their quality of life. The definition of Epigenetics is quickly evolving to mean: “What’s good for you is not necessarily good for me.” This statement is certainly resounding in light of the blog below.
If you have your 23andMe or AncestryDNA test results, follow this link and click on “view report” to see your results: https://livewello.com/library/sulfite-related-genes?author=demo
Remember the Gene library and all its contents are free to Livewello Gene App users.
More info on how all this works:
READ ABOUT HISTAMINE FOODS: http://alisonvickery.com.au/infographic-21-scientifically-proven-anti-histamine-foods/
If you’ve already received your 23andMe or AncestryDNA raw data, these are some Histamine and Mast Cell related Genes. Follow the links then click on ‘view report’ to see your results:
If you know that you react to added sulfites you also need to know exactly in which foods and drinks you might find those. Unfortunately sulfites are labeled in most cases only when the limits are over 10 ppm, which is considered safe amount for most people but not for you, if you have genetic Sulfite intolerance and your SUOX and CBS are mutated. Even trace amounts of added sulfites can make you react and sulfites will accumulate in the body if there are blocked metabolic pathways for SUOX/CBS.
Why sulfites are used in food and drinks? You can read more here.
This list might miss some of the foods/drinks which have added sulfites, but I try to keep this updated. I have also added the foods which only contain trace amounts of sulfites. These items with just trace amounts of sulfites seem to give a lot of issues for…
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