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'Pyroluria (or malvaria from the term mauve factor in the urine) involves hypothetical excessive levels of pyrroles in the body resulting from improper hemoglobin synthesis. Carl Pfeiffer believed that pyroluria is a form of schizophrenic porphyria, similar to acute intermittent porphyria where both pyrroles and porphyrins are excreted in the human urine to an excessive degree and orthomolecular psychiatrists have alleged that pyroluria is related to diagnoses of ADHD, alcoholism, autism, depression, down syndrome, manic-depression, schizophrenia, celiac disease, epilepsy, and psychosis...'


PYROLURIA symptoms

Little or no dream recall

White spots on finger nails

Poor morning appetite, tendency to skip breakfast

Morning nausea

Pale skin, burn easy in sun

Sensitivity to bright light

Hypersensitive to loud noises

Reading difficulties (e.g. dyslexia)

Poor ability to cope with stress

Mood swings or temper outbursts

Argumentative/enjoy argument

Much higher capability and alertness in the evening, compared to mornings

Poor short term memory

Abnormal body fat distribution

Belong to an all-girl family with look-alike sisters

Dry skin


Reaching puberty later than normal

Difficulty digesting, a dislike of protein or a history ofvegetarianism

Tendency toward being a loner and/or avoiding larger groups of people

Stretch marks on skin

Poor sense of smell or taste

Feel very uncomfortable with strangers

Frequently experience fatigue

A tendency to overreact to tranquilizers, barbiturates, alcohol or other drugs

A tendency toward anemia

History of mental illness or alcoholism in family

Easily upset by criticism

Sweet smell (fruity odor) to breath or sweat when ill or stressed

Prone to acne, eczema or psoriasis

A tendency toward feeling anxious, fearful and carrying lifelong inner tension

Difficulty recalling past events or people

Bouts of depression or nervous exhaustion

Prone to frequent colds or infections (by Nora Gedgaudas)


It turns out that kryptopyrroles have a tendency to bind very strongly with nutrients like zinc and vitamin B6, making them largely unavailable to the body.  Zinc and B6, of course, are nutrients critical for the functioning of your entire body and mind–including your digestion, immune system, cognitive functioning and emotions.


How the Nutritional Therapy Clinic can help

Investigation procedures assorted with the comprehensive Health History record and special metabolic testing help us to determine if Pyroluria is an issue and how to intervene successfully.


Personalized Nutritional Strategy

After the diagnostic assessments the Nutritional strategy is prepared for the individual. A nutritional tense Dietary Plan is recommended. Most absorbable form of zinc and the active vitamin B6 type along with the proper essential fatty acids ratio are considered important and only in the most effective dosages.