Sounds as though she may have a combination electrolyte and endocrine system issues. The two go together. As a first step I'd look at copper/zinc and then potassium intake. Over 90% of the folk in the usa are chronic hypokalemics. Then I'd recommend a gallbladder/liver flush, just one, the Lahey Clinic type.
Copper/zinc is easy, eat calf liver thrice the first week, then once a week afterwards. Many juices are high in potassium, orange juice, V8 juice, etc. One serving contains typically 500mg, and "potassium supplements" only have tiny amounts, like 20 mg in a pill, are a sham. Her biggest challenge is likely going to be to change lifestyle and not eat foods which contains poisons. There is a chance she is having a sort of allergic reaction to something, something she and everyone else is unaware of. One illustrative example could be if a person were hypersensitive to erucic acid, the small amounts present in "canola" oil could be the culprit, since the presence of canola is ubiquitous in the foods here.
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