Kryptopyrrole Pyroluria Urine Test
Pyrrole disorder/pyroluria is diagnosed by finding elevated kryptopyrrole in urine.When elevated in urine, it represents a marker for functional deficiencies of vitamin B6 and zinc.
Supplements should be titrated to the individuals age, body weight, lab results, severity of symptoms and ability to metabolize supplements.
Used to make the initial diagnosis and follow-up testing is used to monitor the effectiveness of replacement therapy.
Klinghardt, MD, PhD found kryptopyrrole is found in up to 80% of lymes patients and when correctly diagnosed and the recommended substitution of supplements is included in treatment of any chronic illness, outcome can be dramatically improved.
How does this work? Phone consults are available with a healthcare practitioner.
Not available in MD or NY.