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Re: Pyroluria: Larry H., chemist, anyone...any help?

Posted by Thomas Anderson on April 10, 2008, at 15:04:27

In reply to Re: Pyroluria: Larry H., chemist, anyone...any help? Simus, posted by Larry Hoover on June 21, 2004, at 11:32:40


This is a very important thread for pyroluria - largely due to your contributions. I wanted to inquire whether you still believe in the clinical utility of GLA, B6, Zinc, etc. for positive testers of "pyroluria" and accompanying pryoluria-type symptoms - despite the condition not being proven conclusively or elucidated.

In an earlier posting, you stated this:
If you have defective d-6-d, you do not convert the dietary essential fatty acid cis-linoleic to the intermediate gamma-linolenic acid. All adverse health effects stem from this, directly. High urinary pyrroles infer high blood pyrroles. Pyrroles bind to and inactivate B-6 and zinc, and pull them into the urine. So, you develop symptoms of malnutrition, despite an adequate diet, even with some supplements.

In another forum, you quoted and stated this:
'The haemopyrrollactam
complex represents the so-called mauve spot, which was the subject of much
controversy in schizophrenia research in the previous century. Reviewing all of the
available data, we feel that HPU should be classified as a pseudo-disease.'
Well, that's how I see it, anyway.

Your obviously have an impressive understanding of biochemsitry so your opinion is valued. Thanks for your reply,





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