Category Archives: Mood and Behavior Disorders

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression

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Among 10’s of thousands of individuals tested with depression, 15% turned out positive for pyrrole disorder known as kryptopyrroles.  Biotype #3 Pyrrole Depression Patients who present with pyrrole disorder often are high in oxidative stress, suffer from severe mood swings and explosive anger, have extreme anxieties and fears, have poor short-term memory, and may have little or […]

Natural Remedies for Mood Disorders

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Pioneers in the field of Nutrient Therapy, such as Carl Pfeiffer, MD, PhD and William J. Walsh, PhD, President of the Walsh Research Institute, have found abnormalities in methylation and elevated or reduced levels of histamines in the body to be central to many different behavioral or mood disorders, such as bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, […]

The Role of Pyrroles in Depression

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##kryptopyrrole, also known as pyroluria or mauve factor, is a condition in which elevated levels of urinary #pyrroles due to oxidative stress. It is often brought on or exacerbated by physical and emotional distress. This may be the trigger that causes one to suddenly develop an imbalance in the breakdown of hemaglobin. This leads to […]

Five Biotypes of Depression

The Five Biotypes of #depression & Advanced Nutrient Therapies with William Walsh, PhD Second Opinion Physician, David Epstein, D.O., is trained in the Walsh Protocol, developed by Dr. William J. Walsh, PhD, and committed to the natural treatment of depression, as well as other mood and behavioral disorders, thru the use of Nutrient Therapy.  It […]

ADHD Nutrient Imbalance

#adhd in children exists in about 8-9% of the general population. However as many as 35% of children are being treated with stimulants such as Ritalin in cities across the country. When out of balance nutrients and oxidative stressors are corrected, the condition may be greatly improved. The Walsh and Pfeiffer Institutes have  reviewed the labs of […]