Tagged: vitamins

Nutrition and Diet In Chronic Inflammatory Health Problems

It does not matter if you have psoriasis, some other health problem or you are 100% healthy person. Your body still needs all 3 macronutrients – carbohydrates, fats and protein – which you should eat regularly. You can not fool the body and decide that you do not need protein, healthy fats or source of carbohydrates in your diet. There...

How Mycotoxins Cause Psoriasis?

Mycotoxins can lead to psoriasis by many different biochemical pathways. In this post I will present to you the detrimental effects of mycotoxins on vitamin and amino acid status of the body. Candida albicans is one of the single most blamed pathogens by peoplefor various health conditions. However it is surely not just about the Candida or the other fungi...

Psoriasis Supplements List

Supportive supplements Bile acids/salts – should be produced in the body normally when you heal the liver and the stomach acid production is working. If you have had your gallbladder removed you should supplement the bile acids long-term (forever). Betaine HCL – supplemental stomach acid effects was discussed in this article. Pancreatic Enzymes – also the pancreas should be start...

The Best Psoriasis Cure: Do Not Treat It, Cure It

First we should define the terms – CURE and TREATMENT. Today medicine can give you just a treatment as they say since it isn’t known for them what causes the psoriasis. Well that sounds bad if you hear it, but wait! They also don’t know what causes lupus, alzheimer’s disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, cancer, parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia,...

What Supplements Work For Psoriasis?

Many psoriatics try dozens and dozens of various supplements before they find something that works for them. Everybody is different and many cases of psoriasis may be caused by completely different underlying causes, however there are some supplements like omega 3 and vitamin D that works for the most psoriatics. The question with the supplements is how much to take...