Is there a connection between Diet and Pyroluria?

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Pyroluria and Diet, Pyrrole Disorder and Diet Vitality and Wellness Centre

Is there a connection between Diet and Pyroluria? - Naturopath Greg Newson explains the link between what you eat and Pyroluria.

The importance of healthy food is often overlooked in any illness or health condition including Pyroluria. Eating the correct food is the single most important thing that you can do for yourself every day, for the rest of your life.

A simple question, if you drive a gasoline or petrol car, would you fill the tank with diesel fuel? For most of us that's a stupid question as we know that putting the wrong fuel into our car will cause mechanical problems, plus the added expense of repairs. So why do so many people choose to eat rubbish food and supply their body with rubbish fuel?




Greg Newson
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Greg Newson is a qualified Naturopath, Western Medicine Herbalist, Nutritionist, Remedial Massage Therapist and Professional Health & Wellbeing Speaker. Greg has a passion for helping people and has been treating patients in clinical practice since 2002.

Greg is the owner of the Vitality and Wellness Centre, Lismore NSW Australia, a busy Naturopathic Clinic that cares for people suffering with any type of health complaint. He is dedicated in educating people to understand and embrace the enormous potential that natural medicine has on our long-term health and well-being. Greg is able to help people improve their health and offers in-clinic, phone and Skype health consultations as well as Guest Speaking on natural medicine and heath related topics.

Greg Newson's Qualifications: Advance Diploma Human Health Science 2001 (Charles Sturt University), Advance Diploma Remedial Massage 2002 (Health Schools Australia), Advance Diploma Western Herbal Medicine 2003 (Health Schools Australia), Bachelor Health Science 2005 (Charles Sturt University), Advance Diploma Naturopathy 2008 (Health Schools Australia), Advance Diploma Functional Nutrition 2008 (Health Schools Australia).

Greg is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)