Monthly Archive: July 2016

Psoriasis and Type 2 Diabetes is Caused by TNF-alpha

Do you know what causes type 2 diabetes? No? Well, first we should define what is the type 2 diabetes. If it is high blood sugar then the science knows exactly what causes it – inflammation is the major cause! TNF-alpha as the major inflammatory messenger induces the symptoms of diabetes. No wonder that high blood glucose is so common...

Psoriasis: Acidic Blood Is Caused By Vitamin Deficiency

Lactic acidosis is often caused by biotin or thiamine deficiency. The role of B-vitamins is still underrated by most people including those with psoriasis. We have a huge promotion of magnesium, zinc, vitamin C, … but where are the B-complex vitamins? I think that generally the most important thing in healing of psoriasis is proper intake of B-vitamins. If you...

I Am Done With Useless Facebook Health Groups

Why? Because most people whether they have psoriasis or something else they are totally brainwashed and I have no will to continue commenting there and replying their questions just to get censored (my comments deleted or being kicked out of the group). I was invited and used before just to help start the groups when they have just a few...

Nervous System Starts and Stops the Inflammation Not Only In Psoriasis

Inflammation? Forget about the immune system… It is all about the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway! It is not the immune system what tells the immune cells what to do… It is actually impossible because immune cells are the part of the immune system so how could part of (something) immune system could tell itself what to do? Sure, immune cells cooperate...

Licorice Root For Psoriasis

Licorice is well known plant which is able to suppress the conversion of cortisol to cortisone. This effect may significantly help with healing of psoriasis. The result is that increased levels of cortisol in your blood may suppress the strong immune reactions which are present in psoriasis. Suppressed immunity leads to less inflammation which may be good if you won’t...