A funny thing happened to me on the way to recovery.... About 4-6 weeks ago I had a crash. I know why -- I overdid. It was a simple excess of physical work. The good news is that it was primarily an exhaustion crash -- no pain, no swollen glands, only very mild reduction in cognitive function. I did, however, get a flare in my bronchitis. Inhaled glutathione unexpectedly cleared up my years-long chronic bronchitis years ago, so I figured it couldn't hurt to look for any supplements that might help. I found a recommendation for NAC and TMG to help with chronic bronchitis. I already take NAC, but the form I took years ago as part of the Pall Protocol included TMG and it did seem to help in a general way. So what the heck, I ordered some TMG to try. My bronchitis cleared up, although not quickly. I couldn't say if the TMG played a part or not. But other things changed almost immediately. My morning systolic BP, which ordinarily fluctuates by 10-15 mmHg from day to day is much more stable (maybe 5-10 mmHg) and is lower on avg. My morning HR is also more stable (less day-to-day fluctuation) and less inclined to climb with activity. Carb cravings that I have been fighting since I first became ill completely disappeared. I started losing weight. Some of that is probably from unconsciously eating less carbs, although I didn't eat much carbs before even though I craved them. I certainly haven't changed my diet noticeably, but I'm losing 2-3 lbs per week. Finally, I feel more "normal" in ways I can't really put my finger on. Of course it's possible that something else is the reason for these changes, not the TMG. Maybe the crash reset something. I dunno. Can anyone suggest what about taking TMG might have given these effects?