Mums Rare Metabolic Disorder

Meet the mother-of-four who is forced to live on a diet of just fruit and vegetables – to stop her smelling like ROTTING FISH. Claire Rhodes, 34, has a rare metabolic disorder called Trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odour syndrome, where the body can’t break down trimethylamine, which is found in certain foods. This causes the chemical to build up before it is released in her sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong fishy odour.

Meet the mother-of-four who is forced to live on a diet of just fruit and vegetables - to stop her smelling like ROTTING FISH. Claire Rhodes, 34, has a rare metabolic disorder called Trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odour syndrome, where the body can't break down trimethylamine, which is found in certain foods. This causes the chemical to build up before it is released in her sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong fishy odour.

Meet the mother-of-four who is forced to live on a diet of just fruit and vegetables - to stop her smelling like ROTTING FISH. Claire Rhodes, 34, has a rare metabolic disorder called Trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odour syndrome, where the body can't break down trimethylamine, which is found in certain foods. This causes the chemical to build up before it is released in her sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong fishy odour.

Meet the mother-of-four who is forced to live on a diet of just fruit and vegetables - to stop her smelling like ROTTING FISH. Claire Rhodes, 34, has a rare metabolic disorder called Trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odour syndrome, where the body can't break down trimethylamine, which is found in certain foods. This causes the chemical to build up before it is released in her sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong fishy odour.

Meet the mother-of-four who is forced to live on a diet of just fruit and vegetables - to stop her smelling like ROTTING FISH. Claire Rhodes, 34, has a rare metabolic disorder called Trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odour syndrome, where the body can't break down trimethylamine, which is found in certain foods. This causes the chemical to build up before it is released in her sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong fishy odour.