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Understanding Pyroluria

Understanding Pyroluria

What’s in a name?

The mauve factor (Malvaria), also known as hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL), kryptopyrrole and urinary pyrrole, was first reported in 1961. Pyroluria is a blood disorder that affects the synthesis and metabolism of the oxygen carrying component of red blood cells, haemoglobin.  All cells release and produce wastes as part of normal function.  The by-product of haemoglobin is the metabolite called hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL) also known as Pyrrole. In people with pyroluria, these by-products or HPL accumulate in the body and if they are not cleared they can bind to other essential nutrients causing deficiencies. HPL binds to vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), zinc reducing the levels of these vitamins in the body.

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Gut microbes affect stress and your health

Gut microbes affect stress and your health

To my fascination one of the things I learnt at the recent Methylation Summit is your gut microbes affect stress and your health. Gut microbes linked to SIBO (small intestinal overgrowth) have methylation cycles too! They release bacterial by-products, called endotoxins that impact stress and your mood.

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