Unfortunately, it is not "you are what you eat" in my case, I have a feeling.
If you read about certain metabolic disorders, there are specific related VERY UNUSUAL body odors that are associated with them..
Some of these metabolic disorders cause neurological disruption and demyelinization. Long chain fatty acids, short chain fatty acids, etc,etc. goes along with many of them.
The thing that makes me wonder is that every time I have a lot of protien or fatty foods, the odor becomes severely noticeable. I'm not imagining it, because a girlfriend I had noticed it while kissing me. She said it was not of this world (in her own words). And it has nothing to do with spices, if that's your next thought. I could have the blandest meal, but still have the odor.
Believe me, I've lived for 13 years with it. It has caused enough embarresment with people who catch a whif of it, that I know there is something wrong
Now I read that many severe neurological disorders are associated with strange odors that emit from human pores. These are due to not being able to break down certain protiens or fats.
I wonder and wonder if this may have something to do with my MS.
And as far as the glucosamine, it has not changed this odor.
I have been taking Milk Thistle (a clinically proven liver dexoifier) that controls the odor, as long as I take much more than the recommended dose. There are apsolutely no side affects with this plant, for me anyway.
I say again, I wonder if my liver is not metabolising certain things. The odor has gotten stronger as my MS has gotten worse. And again, I'm not imagining it, others have mentioned this.