Long story short I plan to tell the dietician: Got 23andme test to explore and improve my health, was led to believe I would benefit from excluding sulfates/thiols from my diet, doing so made a huge difference in mood/energy/skin appearance. In trying to narrow down exactly what foods might be causing an issue, also decided to try removing FODMAPs, then gluten and dairy. All of these made similar (but not as great) improvements as removing sulfates/thiols. Reintroducing brought back some symptoms, but not fully. The entire time I've been taking a molybdenum supplement, which recently ran out, and it appears to have made a very significant difference (reintroducing in a few days when more arrives to confirm). I know molybdenum can have an impact on sulfates. Basically I'm at a toss up between sulfates and FODMAPs, or various specific food intolerances that are causing issues for me. Between delayed reactions and all, it's become impossible and impractical for me to continue to troubleshoot on my own. I don't have any strong immediate skin reactions to anything, such as hives, to help confirm. Garlic and/or onions, peanuts, and sometimes gluten appear to trigger the strongest responses in mood/energy. Pistachios and apples give me a painful amount of bloating almost immediately. Anything else anyone here would suggest mentioning based on the above? I'm paying the big bucks out of pocket for a really good NYC dietician who can run the MRT test for food sensitivities as well, so I'm not afraid to push for what I want here. Thanks for reading. I just want to get to the bottom of this, and live my life one big step closer to its fullest, and not continue to drive myself and those around me nuts with my self-performed elimination diets.