Tagged: endotoxins

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...

Psoriasis Is Caused By Bad Digestion

Bad digestion is probably the most common and significant cause of psoriasis. Gut health, stress and psoriasis all go hand in hand. Bad digestion leads to huge inflammation which creates the symptoms of psoriasis and other chronic health problems. We all know that stress can significantly impair the blood flow throughout the body. I published the blog posts and mostly video about this issue and how it relates to psoriasis before. Digestion, Stress and Psoriasis Adrenaline as a fight-or-flight hormone...

LDN for Psoriasis: Good Treatment But Still Not a Cure

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a popular alternative treatment not only for psoriasis. Still the most people do not get it and are clueless about the reasons why and how Naltrexone in low dosages works for so many chronic inflammatory and degenerative diseases. Many doctors, chiropractors and naturopaths agree that LDN is quite an effective and relatively very safe treatment for many diseases. Since I am absolutely sure that psoriasis is an Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction rather than autoimmune disease...

Colostrum: The Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Microbial Effects For Psoriasis

When mentioning colostrum most people think probably just about its immunoglobulin content and perhaps are afraid that it may not be the best supplement for psoriatics because psoriasis is considered to be an autoimmune condition and immune support would cause just more inflammation. The reasons why psoriasis can not be an autoimmune disease are stated in many of my blog posts so I won’t address this topic now. In this post I would like to focus more on anti-endotoxin effects...