This short autobiography is about one woman’s struggle with malodor symptoms that cannot be controlled by normal hygiene methods. In 1999, she was diagnosed with "Trimethylaminuria", which is a liver enzyme disorder that renders the body unable to metabolize foods containing Choline and Lecithin, thus producing foul body odors, halitosis, and/or dysguesia, due to inability to completely metabolize TMA to TMA-oxide (TMAO) in the liver.
Despite this woman’s problems, she went on to persevere at raising a family, and becoming an efficient secretary and Real Estate Broker in her Home Town. She writes about the many incidents that would have probably caused another to become a recluse, and lets any of you that
may be suffering with similar problems, know of some remedies which, while not completely curing the problem, have proved helpful.