Here’s a list of my daily supplements:

Taking supplements needs to be approached with caution, especially when you have Pyrrole Disorder. I often tend to react (with migraines or digestive issues) when I take supplements, but this routine has worked well for me:

Immediately after I wake up, I drink 180 mL of ASEA Redox Supplement (I took the standard dose of 60 mL for a year but later decided to increase it). I discovered ASEA in October 2015 by chance when I bumped into a lady I knew at a shop. She introduced me to her friend who ended up telling me amazing stories of how it had changed her and her husband’s lives for the better. I was intrigued and just had to try it for myself – one of the best decisions I’ve ever made! To find out what it did for me, click here. Explore ASEA here and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you’d like to find out more about it.

I wait for about 15 minutes and then I’ll have Moringa in the form of one sachet of Zija Smartmix in about 400 mL of water. This mix started my journey of transformation in October 2014. A friend of mine recommended it to me and I’m so glad I gave it a try. Apparently the initial response time can vary significantly (anything from hours to months) but once it kicks in, you definitely know about it! It took a couple of weeks for me to kick in, and kick in it did! I suddenly felt like a tonne of weight had lifted off my shoulders and I felt a clarity like I hadn’t felt in literally decades! I got really emotional when I realised what feeling good is meant to feel like and how unwell I’d been for so many years that I’d literally forgotten. I started taking the Smartmix in late October 2014 and wouldn’t want to go a day without it (If you’re interested in trying it, click here).

For nutritional benefits specifically for Pyrrole Disorder, I often take the following supplements after breakfast:

  • P5P (Pyroxidoxal-5-Phosphate) aka Active Vitamin B6 (as prescribed by my doctor)
  • Evening Primrose Oil (as prescribed by my doctor)

After breakfast and a shower, I slather my whole body in Renu 28.

In the late afternoon, I take 60 mL of ASEA on an empty stomach.

After exercising, I’ll have a ‘recovery’ drink consisting of around 400 mL of water mixed with:

As a preventative measure in relation to Pyrrole Disorder, I often take the following after dinner:

  • Zinc Picolinate (I found this one the best in Australia).
  • Magnesium Glycinate
  • Evening Primrose Oil and
  • Vitamin D3 (with Vitamin K2)

Before I go to bed, I slather my body in Renu 28 again.

I highly recommend that you monitor your progress with any product you try with the help of this Body Inventory Form Sometimes you may not be consciously aware of some changes and this form helps analyse your progress in a way that truly helps in assessing the value of your supplement(s).

I also need to point out that my own dietary choices, avoiding toxicity, lifestyle choices and spiritual aspects also play a major role in maintaining my health. Please take your time exploring my website to better understand what I mean by that.

Note: I’m just sharing my personal experiences and information I found useful here. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any diseases and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your health care professional before starting any new diet, exercise or use of supplements. Do not alter or discontinue any current medical treatment based on information provided.

If you have any questions about anything I’ve shared here, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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  1. Hi Rosa Very interesting story. I’m just wondering whether you have had your pyrolle retested since starting on the ASEA? Would love to know whether it has gone down. I have been diagnosed with slight pyrolle and have been taking ASEA for last couple of months. My symptoms are not as bad as yours. The main thing I get is bad migraines (in bed vomiting for 2/3 days)
    Regards Nicola

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      Hi Nicole, thanks for your feedback. No, I haven’t been retested since taking the ASEA. I guess I didn’t see any need for a doctor visit since I’ve been feeling well. I really feel for you – those migraines sound terrible! I did get pretty bad migraines around Oct-Nov 2014 but they wouldn’t last any longer than a day. I’m happy to say I haven’t had a single migraine since I’ve stuck to the protocol above. I can’t make any specific claims regarding ASEA and migraines but it may be worth a trying to see what happens? Many people have been extremely happy with how ASEA affected their health… Have you checked out all the testimonials? Whatever you decide to do, I wish you well.

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