Patients that are sensitive to chemicals, automobile exhaust, smoke, perfume, or for that matter any commercialized or synthetic odor. You know the person who goes into a salon and has a reaction to the chemicals in the air or has mental fog when they get close to the perfume aisle in a department store. This person might experience headaches when they get close to a heavily chlorinated pool.
Molybdenum is an essential trace element for virtually all life forms. It functions as a cofactor for a number of enzymes that catalyze important chemical transformations in the global carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur cycles.
Do you have a Molybdenum deficiency?
• Sensitivity to chemicals, auto exhaust, smoke, perfume, or commercialized or synthetic odor.
• Headaches from heavily chlorinated pools
• Carbohydrate sensitivity
• Anemic tendency although taking supplements
• Low uric acid found in bloodwork
Ask us how we can help you next time you are in the office. Chemical sensitivities are very common and can trigger other health related problems like asthma attacks. Food sources include pork, lamb, and beef liver which have approximately 1.5 parts per million of molybdenum. Other significant dietary sources include green beans, eggs, sunflower seeds, wheat flour, lentils, cucumbers and cereal grain