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Alzheimer’s and MT Promoter Therapy

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Alzheimer’s and MT Promoter developed by Dr William Walsh Phd. NOTES FROM 10/18/16 Notes from Dr Walsh’s presentation at the October 2016 Physician Workshop and Training Conference. Alzheimers was named after the Doctor bearing his name. Hallmarks of this condition include Apoptosis – spontaneous death of cells at rate of 5000 times normal. Severe oxidative […]

Scientific Article on Zinc Deficiency

Excellent Open Access Scientific Article on Zinc Deficiency The article was reformatted so that Item 5 goes after 1, as deficiency is the question of concern here. As much as 1/3 of the worlds population is believed to be deficient in zinc. Toxicity is not a common problem as described below. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public […]

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 […]

Treating Depression Naturally

…by gaining control over your brain’s biochemistry Dr. William J. Walsh, PhD is the president of the Walsh Research Institute, an organization “dedicated to unraveling the biochemistry of mental disorders and [the] development of improved clinical treatments through scientific research”.  Dr. Walsh received his PhD in Chemical Engineering, but while working as a prison volunteer […]

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 […]