Rydra, (first off, congrats on finding a group of pills that gets you feeling so much better! I know that's a challenge) I don't know whether sulfur is an issue for you in particular or not, and don't intend to assume either way. But I did want to comment just in case it is useful. I didn't think sulfur was an issue for me at all, but discovered belatedly that apparently it is. I didn't make the connection because the symptoms took their time manifesting when my overall sulfur intake was up, and didn't hit particularly strongly in any kind of immediate way unless I had tons and my level was already high to begin with. So because I seemed to be fine having sulfur much of the time, I figured it wasn't a problem. I used to get some nausea (worse in some periods than others), and like you was attributing it to my pill regime. I'm taking tons (though I try to spread them over the course of the day, so tend not to take more than around 20 in any one sitting if I can help it), and it made sense to me that so many pills at once (or maybe so much water with my meal) might be making me queasy. Turns out it wasn't that at all. I'm taking the same pills now (plus some additional ones), and have no nausea whatsoever. I know that the reduced sulfur has cleared up some other problems I thought were totally unrelated (bleeding issues, etc.). Can't connect the nausea with total certainty, since it's possible it was related to the food changes in other ways and I don't like to make too many assumptions, but the connection seems strong. Just wanted to mention not to assume it's just something you have to live with. Whether it's from sulfur build-up, or issues with particular food groups, or something else, I just wanted to say that there may be a treatable cause for your nausea so it might be worth it to experiment a little or keep looking. Maybe not. I acknowledge that some pills are easier on the stomach than others. But I know that I'm taking well over 42 pills a day, and am not queasy.