Dealing with pyrrole disorder.

Written by Lee Stevenson, sorry I am not the best editor.

This is not medical advice, I am writing this for educational purposes. If you are ill it would be wise to seek the aid of a qualified and experienced naturopath.

High pyrrole levels cause depression, anxiety and many other health issues. It can be brought on by stress, trauma, fluoroquinolone antibiotics, eating foods that contain glyphosate and vaccine injury. Those who have high pyrrole levels will develop high levels of copper. Dopamine, serotonin, melatonin, GABA and adrenal hormone levels will become very low. Children born to parents who have experienced severe stress or trauma throughout there life will be more prone to developing pyrrole disorders. When this occurs it can lead to other hormones like progesterone, and testosterone levels being low and estrogen can become high even in men.

This is a list of things a person can experience. They may experience many of these symptoms.

Depression

Dry eyes and mouth

Severe mood swings

Episodes of extreme rage

Very low tolerance to stress

Severe fatigue

Blurred vision

Unable to recall dreams

Sunburns easily

Hypoglycemia or glucose intolerance.

Intolerance to light and experience blindness from bright light.

Cannot tolerate loud noise

In the morning they will experience nausea

Weight gain in the mid gut and around the hips

Women will experience issues with their menstrual cycle, they may miss periods

Men can experience erectile dysfunction

Impared memory, difficulty remembering things.

When more severe they will develop white spots similar to the ones a person develops from taking too much zinc. But this is actually a zinc deficiency so could fool someone if they did not look at all the symptoms.

May develop sensitivities to fumes, perfumes, off gassing from plastics and other environmental things.

When more severe they can experience tingling in extremities , hands and feet will be cold.

They can develop muscle twitching or muscle tremores.

Joint pain and joint swelling.

Breath and body odor will have an odd smell.

Experiences motion sickness easily.

When more severe they will be prone to frequent infections.

They may develop high histamines. If they do they will react to spinach, tomatoes, fermented or aged foods, bone broths, meat especially pork.

These are some supplements that may help to reduce pyrrole levels so a person can heal. They need much higher amounts of zinc so zinc supplementation is very important. Zinc picolinate would most likely help with hormone levels. They need much higher levels of vitamin B6 so vitamin B6 in the form of Pyridoxine hydrochloride (PLP) in the morning and in the form of Pyridoxal 5-phosphate in the evening should help. Magnesium is needed. Alternating each day between magnesium citrate and magnesium chloride would most likely be most beneficial. Vitamin B12 may help also. Low doses of manganese, molybdenum, biotin and boron may also help. Those should never be taken in high doses. Because melatonin will be low taking melatonin and vitamin A at night may help a person sleep better. Gamma linolenic acid is needed. Evening primrose oil, black current seed oil, or hemp seed oils are good sources of GLA. I do not recommend borage seed oil because it has an alkaloid that can build up in the body and start damaging the liver, though I have seen people have good results with it. Oatmeal is also high in GLA. Niacinamide should also help those who have high pyrrole levels. Oxidative stress levels are high in those with pyrrole dysorder so a person would most likely benefit from things like grape seed extract or pine bark extract which are potent antioxidants. NAC (N-acetylcysteine) increases glutathione but should only be taken three or four times a week. The oil soluble vitamins like vitamin D3, vitamin E, vitamin K2 and CoQ10 help to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. Glutathione helps to reduce oxidative stress. Selenium is also a potent antioxidant by should never be taken in high doses.

Foods that would help are fruits and vegetables and sea food. They also need foods high in glutamine, glycine, cysteine and sulfur but these should not be consumed until the previous supplements have been used for a few days. It is important to get carbohydrates when you are experiencing high pyrrole levels especially in the evening. Getting enough vitamin C is very important when experiencing high pyrrole levels. It is very important to keep hydrated and we need to make sure the water we drink is not high in sulfur, iron, chlorine, flouride or toxins. If drinking bottle water make sure it says BPA free on the bottle. Many bottled waters are chlorinated so make sure you check that also.

Foods that should be avoided are those high in copper, foods that are aged or fermented. Foods high in gluten because it is inflammatory. Sugar and processed foods are inflammatory so should be avoided.

With any protocol as you heal it is best to start pulsing the protocol meaning skipping days were you do not take the supplements and rely on foods for the nutrients you need. Be aware if you are prone to pyrrole issues consuming too many high sulfur foods, red meat or pork can start bringing the health issues back. As you heal you should be able to start adding foods back into your diet. If foods you add back cause problems it indicates you still have some healing to do.

It is very important to learn to manage stress, we cannot avoid it now days. Meditating on things that relax us , praying, bible study, and yoga have been shown to help reduce stress levels. Also doing puzzles, or doing word problems can help to reduce stress and improve memory. Going for walks in nature has been shown to reduce stress and improve mood.

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