I can vouch for the liver pancakes, especially topped with something like pico de gallo. I'll have to try the freezing technique... I don't make them cause I end up throwing half away since nobody else eats them (dd might if she's really hungry).
We crave sulfur foods around here, too. I think if they're working for you, than Mo isn't likely a big issue - though it'd be wise to watch it. We all ran out of our stores at once! Dd is still very into sulfur, but I'm steering away somewhat. I think the two biggest things to affect it for me were biotin and finding the right probiotic source (goat kefir for me). I'm guessing they are dropping my inflammation or something?
Supping me with well-absorbed mag definitely made a difference for dd, even though it *shouldn't* have. My guess is that my mag regulation was off due to adrenal issues, and so my milk was low in it.
When I started B6, it was before knowing about detox pathways. The nutritionist gave me an adrenal supp with 200mg in it (plus B5 and some C). I could only tolerate it when I added a B complex as well. And then I got P5P on my own, and was doing about 200mg of that on top of the B complex for a few months before it was too much. I never noticed a direct change in dd, even with that crazy high dose.
I think that if mom has detox issues (or inflammation), baby definitely will. But the reverse doesn't necessarily hold true, like in special cases like mamafish and her son. But the genetic differences might make them show up differently. (I get mood symptoms from low folate, dd gets methylation symptoms. We both really need the folate though.) Either I'm lucky or I'm way over-projecting, but dd seems to be very similar to me, in many ways, and I've gotten as far as I've gotten by assuming that her reactions mirror my deficiencies and that things that make me feel better are good for her as well.
allergy-nutrition mama, dh, 4yo dd, and March ds
Eating shouldn't be stressful!