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Dr Greg Newson N.D.

Free ResourcesHealth Conditions and Pyroluria

Even though Pyroluria sufferers may experience a specific set of signs, symptoms and health conditions, long-term deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin and GLA have far-reaching negative health implications. These nutrients are essential for the precise function of hundreds of fundamental body processes and reactions. A deficiency in one or more of these nutrients may lead to a variety of other health issues, not yet linked to Pyroluria.

Oxidative Stress and Pyroluria

Even though a small amount of oxidative stress is beneficial in switching on and off various body processes, large amounts are detrimental and can have life-long disastrous health ramifications. Fresh natural foods contain an abundance of antioxidants, which are substances that neutralize oxidative stress and prevent cellular damage. Elevated HPL, commonly found in Pyroluria, is an accurate indicator of oxidative stress. Elevated levels over a period of time dramatically damage cells, resulting in a myriad of diseases.

Health Conditions and Key Pyroluria Nutrient Deficiencies

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Cardiovascular and Respiratory Issues

Cardiovascular and Respiratory conditions are generally not associated with Pyroluria. However deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin or Gamma Linolenic Acid are linked to numerous health conditions related to poor cardiovascular and respiratory function.

Digestive and Metabolic Conditions

Even though not associated with Pyroluria, deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin and Gamma Linolenic Acid contribute to a variety of Digestive and Metabolic health conditions. 

Immune and Musculoskeletal Issues

Even though not associated with Pyroluria, deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin and Gamma Linolenic Acid contribute to a variety of Immune and Musculoskeletal health conditions. 

Nervous and Sexual System Conditions

Even though not associated with Pyroluria, deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin and Gamma Linolenic Acid contribute to a variety of Nervous and Sexual System health conditions. 

Oxidative Stress and Health Conditions

Elevated oxidative stress is linked to Pyroluria and can contribute to a multitude of life long detrimental health conditions, that are not associated with Pyroluria. 

Skin, Visual, Hearing and Oral Health

Even though not associated with Pyroluria, deficiencies in zinc, vitamin B6, biotin and Gamma Linolenic Acid contribute to a variety of Skin, Visual, Hearing and Oral health conditions.