Interesting Answers on Some Common Psoriasis Related Questions

Can be psoriasis cured researching the genetic code? As I wrote in my other post it is useless to focus on genetics in so detailed way when treating psoriasis. I think it’s useless because even if we would have everybody with their own genome decoded we would still have had to decode the genome of all the bacteria in that person and in the environment and it is impossible (gene mutations). And still those genes would be affected by food, toxins, lifestyle and the other environmental factors. That’s why the

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Forskolin and Insulin

Since the Coleus Forskohlii active extract – forskolin helped may psoriatics it has one particular effect that many are worried about – increases the insulin. According the next study it is right however what I read they used in the rat study forskolin at high doses like 1,5 mg/kg and administered it intravenously [1]. The most supplements contain about the 20mg-50mg of active forskolin per capsule, so the average person (150 lb/70 kg) would need to take two 50mg capsules and we have to consider that since it is taken

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Psoriasis: Acid Reflux And Betaine HCL As Solution

Most people and I mean really the most people with acid reflux are hypochlorhydric – have low stomach acid. Acid reflux in those people is caused by fermenting the food and leaking some HCL to the esophagus – because the esophageal sphincter is not tightly closed since the low stomach acid didn’t activate the mechanism (however there can be also the other causes not just low stomach acid) – obesity, trauma). I would say that those with acid reflux who have an excess stomach acid are fairly rare. Those who

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Betaine HCL – Supplements for Psoriasis II. – The Best Supplement for Many Psoriatics!

Every psoriatic who never tried this supplement should give it a try. The studies confirmed that many chronic illnesses are accompanied by the low stomach acid. Enough stomach acid is an extremely critical factor for overall health. Everything what you eat is not actually in your body until it goes through stomach (where the pathogens are meant to be killed by the stomach acid) and the nutrients are subsequently absorbed in the intestines. Ideally you stomach should have the pH about 1-3, however our modern diet depletes the stomach juices

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Does Gluten Cause Psoriasis? Think Again…

To say the truth I think that gluten is not bad or at least it isn’t the culprit for the most psoriatics. I don’t eat gluten (bread, pasta, cake, etc.) however not because it would aggravate my psoriasis but because it is hard to digest. So if you don’t feel any particular adverse effect after eating some gluten and even your psoriasis isn’t worsening you still probably not doing good. Think about the gluten just like a protein – the complex of amino acids. Still don’t get it? I mean

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