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Twin Causes of Modern Diseases Walter Last Introduction This article shows that Pyroluria, an inherited or acquired liver defect, in combination with Candida overgrowth, are key factors in causing our modern diseases. Pyroluria is a common metabolic condition in which pyrrole, a key component of haem as in haemoglobinis overproduced in the liver, thereby causing a wide range of symptoms.
The severity of this condition fluctuates widely as it is strongly related to stress levels. Symptoms range from liver and gastro-intestinal problems, to mental-emotional and neurological diseases, disorders of the blood and circulation, skin and muscle problems, and other connective tissue disorders.
Candida overgrowth, most commonly caused by antibiotic therapy, is the second factor. In this article the term "Candida" is only used as shorthand for a syndrome that includes intestinal dysbiosis; leaky gut syndrome or intestinal permeability caused by the invasive hyphal form of Candida; fungal metabolic chemicals affecting blood, muscles, nerves and brain, often blocking the oxidative energy metabolism in parts of the body, and a wide range of mycoplasmas and other pleomorphic microbes and parasites now invading the body as the immune system becomes increasingly ineffective due to the continuing assault by the hyphal Candida.
In this fungal form Candida is much more dangerous than its easily treatable yeast-form. However, I have now come to the conclusion that they are not just normal diseases but rather the underlying causes for the epidemic increase of many or most of our modern diseases.
Pyroluria is a common metabolic condition in which pyrrole, a key component of haem as in haemoglobin, is overproduced in the liver and bone marrow. The surplus binds to vitamin B6 and zinc and is excreted in the faeces and urine, but part of it tends to remain in the body as obstructive waste residues.
This creates severe deficiencies in B6 and zinc, and to a lesser degree in some other nutrients, such as niacinamide, gamma linolenic acid GLAbiotin, and sometimes manganese; also other B-vitamins, especially vitamins B2, B3 and B5, may be low.
Vitamin B6 and zinc are essential for producing enzymes that are required for building all proteins, be they other enzymes, hormones, and neurotransmitters, components of the immune system, muscles, organs or connective tissue.
Another major problem is that pyrrole waste chemicals tend to inhibit the conversion of pyridoxine, the common form of vitamin B6 in food, into its active form pyridoxalphosphate or P5P. In a vicious circle deficiency of P5P reduces the synthesis of haem and haemoglobin, and increases formation of pyrrole wastes.
Other names for pyroluria are pyrroluria, pyrrole disorder, and mauve factor or Mauve. Initially it was thought that the compound causing the colour change in urine is Kryptopyrrole or KP, but newer research found the mauve factor to be the closely related derivative hydroxyhemopyrrolinone or HPL.
However, in addition many other pyrrole derivatives may be excreted as well. This reference also has a list of diagnostic laboratories. Pyroluria is widely accepted and treated in natural medicine but not recognised by conventional medicine which basically ignores it. Conventional medicine uses instead the term "Porphyria" for a rare form of liver disease in which one of 8 different enzymes needed for the production of haemoglobin and other haem proteins is deficient, causing 7 different types of porphyria.
These cause somewhat different sets of symptoms, mainly with abdominal pain, colic, neuropathy, psychiatric disorders, tachycardia fast heartbeatsevere photosensitivity with erythema skin redness or rashpurple skin lesions, swelling and blistering, haemolytic anaemia, enlarged spleen, developmental delay, gallstones, and liver dysfunction.
The term porphyria is derived from Greek and means "purple pigment". This refers to the purple discolouration of faeces and urine of patients when exposed to sunlight during an attack. This is also why the term "mauve factor" has been used for pyroluria. Conventional medicine generally distinguishes between acute porphyrias, mainly affecting the nervous system, often with severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, neuropathy and acute mental-emotional problems, and cutaneous porphyrias with skin inflammations, often after exposure to the sun, due to the accumulation of excess porphyrins in the skin.
All or any of these symptoms can also be present with pyroluria. Pyroluria definitely belongs to the porphyrias but medical laboratories do not test for it, only relatively few specialised laboratories do this, and also porphyria enzymes are only tested in very few medical reference laboratories.
These conventional enzyme deficiency tests are very ineffective and tend to work only during acute attacks. Repeat testing may be necessary to detect porphyria, and even in the initial stages of life-threatening attacks tests may fail 2. This makes it understandable why porphyria is regarded as a very rare disease in conventional medicine, while pyroluria, a form of porphyria which is much easier to detect, is so widespread.
Pain and nausea during acute stages of porphyria can be very severe and out of proportion to any physical signs. Depending on conditions, pyroluria is not only a main cause of mental-emotional disorders but may also be a leading cause of neurological dysfunctions, Type 1 diabetes, epilepsy, weak connective tissue, skin inflammations, poor muscle development and blood problems, especially clotting disorders.
With severe vitamin B6 and zinc deficiency nothing works properly, and a wide range of chronic health problems is present as shown in Table 1.
This is the common condition of most elderly individuals, but in the presence of pyroluria chronic health problems start much earlier, often already in childhood, and are more severe.
Any or all of these, in addition to viruses, may invade the liver and affect its functions.
They also seem to be able to insert some of their own DNA into liver genes, especially changing our mitochondrial DNA involved with energy production. This then causes the acquired condition to be inheritable, and it often runs in families.The vast range of maximum lifespan differences between species provides convincing evidence that longevity is genetically influenced.
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Introduction. This article shows that Pyroluria, an inherited or acquired liver defect, in combination with Candida overgrowth, are key factors in causing our modern diseases.
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