Category: Psoriasis Diet

Smoothie for Psoriasis #1: Cucumber-Spinach Smoothie With Ginger

It is likely that your psoriasis can not be cured with cucumber or spinach only but drinking vegetable smoothies surely won’t do the opposite and make your psoriasis bad. I am not talking about complete substitution of energy dense foods with vegetable smoothies because in that case psoriasis may worsen significantly as many people with psoriasis have blood sugar imbalances. And as we already know blood sugar swings lead to adrenaline production which makes psoriasis worse in the long run....

Alcohol Is Not As Bad For Psoriasis As You Think

Alcohol is considered to be a risk factor for psoriasis but most people do not know why and how it may induce or worsen psoriasis. Now let me explain that… Alcohol directly does not cause psoriasis but at the same time it may significantly worsen it. Endotoxemia is perhaps the worst acute problem caused by alcohol consumption. The biggest part in psoriasis development in most people is probably the liver function. Liver is a major “biochemical factory” so when you...

Supplements are Better than Real Food

Keep in mind that even the vendors of the supplements made from real food have their interest in making money. Promoting usually very expensive supplements containing just a very little amount of vitamins when compared to “synthetic” vitamins is in their financial interest. There is a lot of producers of supplements on the market today so creating “just another” B-complex may not bring you so many customers as bringing something else what nobody ever heard of. Some “revolutionary” B-complex which...

10 Reasons Against Raw Food Diet In Psoriasis

Eating raw food diet in psoriasis is not the best way how to escape this detrimental disease. 1. Generations adapted to cooked foods Whether you like it or not humans evolved to the point where many of us need to eat cooked food to feel satisfied. It is not just about the fact that we need more energy to carry on our daily schedules but also our digestive tracts adapted to cooked foods over the thousands of years and now...