Psoriasis: Zinc Deficiency May Be an Omega 6 Deficiency

A deficiency of any essential nutrient may be the cause of every disease possible including psoriasis.

The problem is that people get often so hooked up with some idea that they stop thinking about the deficiencies logically.

A lot of “health gurus” are OK with fooling you and selling you the supplements over and over even though you did not improve even after months on them.

In this post I would like to show you that maybe that “zinc deficiency” is not always a zinc deficiency and it is actually the fatty acids deficiency.

But the similar scenario as I describe in this article is very possible in case of any nutrient including magnesium, calcium, iodine, B-vitamins and so on.

So even though I am striving on importance of B-vitamins for reversal of psoriasis keep in mind that low bile flow impairs the fat digestion dramatically so you may be very well deficient not just in omega 3 but even in omega 6 fatty acids.

I would say mostly omega 6 fatty acids since many psoriatics avoid them intentionally in order to decrease the production of inflammatory molecules which may not be the best idea. Not all omega 6 fatty acids are alike.

Zinc deficiency vs. Omega 6 deficiency

The Zinc deficiency and Fatty Acids deficiency both share these symptoms:

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