Walsh Protocol

The Walsh Protocol was developed from the work of Dr William Walsh and Dr Carl Pfeiffer.  The approach focused on nutrient imbalances that can mediate neurotransmitter levels in the brain, which in turn can alter gene expression, proteins and enzymes, leaving someone more vulnerable to the world around them, and in particular to environmental toxins.

Key tests considered as part of the Protocol include Pyrroles, Glucose, Toxins, Malabsorption, Copper, Methylation, Neurotransmitters and Essential Fatty Acids.

The therapeutic protocol focuses on advanced nutrient therapy that supports optimal nutrient levels, re-balancing neurotransmitters and reducing oxidative stress.