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Supplements, Dietary and Otherwise

Attacks in the acute porphyrias can often make it very difficult to take in enough food to satisfy a person’s nutritional needs. When that happens, some people will try to make up for their lost nutrition by taking in large numbers or amounts of dietary supplements. 525 more words


The Highest Distinction

“You are the only person I know that has handled this much of their own urine. I’m not sure whether to be impressed with your perseverance with this or be repulsed by the fact that you stored your own urine in your fridge hahahaha then again, what do I know [?] I have a dead fox in my parents freezer.” 471 more words


What Do You Know About Porphyria Disease?

Porphyria is a gathering of disorders that can bring about nerve or skin issues. A porphyria that affects the skin is called Cutaneous Porphyria. A porphyria that influences the sensory system is called intense porphyria. 343 more words

Acute Intermittent Porphyria

Neuropathy, lead, mercury, and a breakfast colloquium

We like to eat breakfast out

So we know what we’re talking about

The information we share

The learning, the care,

Helps to alleviate doubt. 498 more words

Being A Doctor

Day 5: Living Below The Line – The Feeding Of Our Souls

Yesterday I did not feel well at all.
When our bodies begin to lose fat, the toxins stored there
are released and can begin to affect vital organs. 259 more words


Robert Browning (1812-1889), "Porphyria's Lover"

The rain set early in to-night,

       The sullen wind was soon awake,

It tore the elm-tops down for spite,

       And did its worst to vex the lake: 404 more words


Hull Ranch holds Fundraiser to Raise Awareness of Under-diagnosed Condition called Porphyria

By: Roseanne McKee

On April 11, Hull Ranch hosted a fundraiser lunch with a silent auction as part of the kick-off of a horseback ride cross-country at night dubbed “the Shadow Ride” to bring awareness to a the disease porphyria. 1,227 more words

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