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Body Odor, Anxiety, & Protein Digestion





Body Odor, Anxiety, & Protein Digestion

by Jen Springer


Ever stink so bad that you are afraid to lift your arms and expose your pits, even after you just took a shower?

I’m not talking about the haven’t-been-washed-in-a-week sweat sock smell, I mean stinky dead fish smell.  This is the mother of all odors, a hold-your-breath-and-wait-for-fresh-air stench.  This isn’t normal, even on a hot summer day.

This embarrassing  B.O. could be from the protein in your body that isn’t being digested. The bi-product is an abundance of ammonia and since it can’t leave the normal excretory routes, it comes out the skin and you smell like an old cat box. SUPER YUCK FACTOR!

Unfortunately, nobody talks about how to fix the type of body odor you lose friends over. I care about you, so I’m going to shoot straight with ya.  Taking a shower and washing your clothes won’t cut it.

If you haven’t read it already, I wrote an article in January on Protein, Amino Acids, & Enzymes for Anxiety Relief.  Protein is the core of life, your body needs it to make everything. No joke.



You might not be digesting protein if:

1. Your body stinks; especially your pits and breath.

2. Your gas is putrid; peel the off wall paper bad.

3. Your brain isn’t right. Anxiety, panic attacks, mood swings, depression, and foggy thinking just to name a few.

4. Blood sugar is imbalanced even after eating a protein hearty meal.

5. After you pee the water surface looks sudsy and bubbly. After the bubbles are gone, you might even see a streaky film on the surface of the water.



The hardest proteins to digest are from animal sources like beef, eggs,chicken, fish, and turkey. The two milk proteins – casein & whey – are the worst offenders.  When my gut was a wreck, I had pity for anyone who came near me after I ate casein rich cheese.

There are some simple things you can do to kick start the process of breaking down protein into it’s amino acid components, aka: improve digestion.



Simple tips to start smelling like a rose again:

1. Cut back on the animal based protein.  If using protein shakes, switch to a plant source like brown rice protein.  I do not advise the use of soy protein, no matter what kind of propaganda it’s manufacturers are saying.  I just recorded a killer video of how I make my smoothie, have you seen it yet?  WATCH HERE.

2. Cleanse your liver.

3. Rebuild your gut with enzymes (especially protease) & pro-biotics.

4. Support the kidneys, they are working overtime if there’s toxic undigested protein to be excreted.  Parsley, asparagus, and kidney targeted herbal tinctures.

5. To de-odorize your body, eat a lot of greens. Especially helpful is chlorophyll.



These tips should help reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases. Oh, I almost forgot. Get rid of the clothes that you have stenched up! They have the nastiest odor causing bacteria and ammonia in them, even the iron tough quadruple action laundry detergent won’t make a dent.  The best use for these casualties is campfire kindling.

Improving protein digestion will help you stop stinking, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. Your overall health will improve and you’ll be able to stay awake all afternoon without constant cravings.  Your mind will be sharper and you’ll probably feel less anxious. It’s the most basic form of anxiety therapy.



Try these tips and please make the world a safer place to breathe by sharing these secrets by using the share links below!





Jen Springer is a Holistic Nutrition Expert who currently serves 10,000 clients.  Her approach to health is refreshing and out of the box, yet makes so much sense.  She has a track record of  helping people have the “A-HA” moment they need in order to start rebuilding vibrant health which is their birth right. With her guidance, people quickly get results even though  they’ve spent years of chasing for answers. Jen has been a health educator and practitioner for the last 10 years.



One Response to “Body Odor, Anxiety, & Protein Digestion”

  1. Yanni Pedersen says:

    Thanks so much for this article!!! This was hilarious and soooo accurate!

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