A commonly asked questions that I hear after "How did I get Pyroluria?" is "What causes Pyroluria?" Many practitioners believe that Pyroluria is caused by genetic factors and this may be true to a degree. However, with over 10 years of clinical experience in treating Pyroluria I have found that nearly 65% of patients suffer from ‘Lifestyle Generated Pyroluria’ and not the Genetic form.
|Drugs||Insufficient Liver Detoxification|
|Dysbiosis||Leaky Gut Syndrome|
|Excessive Alcohol||Nutritional Deficiencies|
|Food Allergies||Oxidative Stress|
|Heavy Metal Toxicity||Poor Dietary Habits|
|Inadequate Digestive Function||Stress|
Interestingly, we find that 100% of Pyroluria sufferers, regardless of whether they have Genetic or Lifestyle Generated Pyroluria, show dramatic improvements in their symptoms when they take the necessary steps to rectify the underlying causes. In many cases people who initially tested positive for Pyroluria, test negative or borderline on subsequent tests once these underlying causes have been addressed.
Treating the underlying causes of Pyroluria is a more comprehensive strategy that treats the body as a whole, rather than taking the long term nutritional supplementation approach. Certainly nutritional supplements are essential in the early stages of any Pyroluria treatment plan, as they are required to rectify any underlying nutritional deficiencies. However, the down side with long term supplementation, besides the expense, is that they can cause imbalances with other nutrients, which can lead to other types of diseases or health conditions.
For more information on Pyroluria Treatment and other related articles, please refer to the links below;
- Pyroluria Treatment
- Pyroluria Testing
- Pyroluria Symptoms
- Leaky Gut Syndrome
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