#LymeDisease People with Lyme disease often test positive for KPU or kryptopyrroluria as noted by doctor Klinghardt. But one of the things to correct this is manganese loading because the person’s excess kryptopyrrol excretion in the urine is leaching both zinc and manganese. Thus these minerals are loaded for a while after one gets a positive urine test for KPU because they can expect to be profoundly deficient. Dr Klinghardt stated at Lee Cowden’s ACIM conference 2 years ago in LA that the KPU patient is “peeing out a bucket of zinc each day and taking in a thimble full. ” But if you have Lyme disease be careful with manganese.
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