Tag Archives: corn free
Earlier this year I had a series of medical tests run, including a DNA test. My doctor found that I had a genetic defect in the MTHFR gene that means I can’t activate the folate (B-9) I get from food. I was surprised to find out that it’s not that uncommon. 20-30% of people with European ancestors have this defect.
I’ve discovered a supplement that has helped me deal with all the airborne corn. You know—the popcorn, perfume and cleaners. Ugh!
Popcorn: No Longer Theater Potpourri
Popcorn has been an issue for several years now. I first connected it to my intense headaches when I saw Les Misérables. I was miserable and (spoiler alert!) not just because Hugh Jackman dies at the end! Prior to that I just considered it theater potpourri—a non-edible substance that smelled nice.