Tagged: insulin resistance

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 in psoriatics. Psoriasis responds quite well to drugs and supplements which decrease the TNF-alpha production or attenuate the effects of...

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Psoriasis and Overeating – Binge Eating Is a Dopaminergic Problem

There is a difference between obesity and being overweight due to overeating. I think about the obesity quite differently. In my opinion obesity is caused by different metabolic problems which make the body store excessive amounts of fat and water weight. Sure we can not gain more fat than we eat calories but the problem is that in obesity the body may have the problems with utilization of energy from food so it is quickly stored as fat. If you...

Ginger for Psoriasis – Thinner Blood and Improved Insulin Resistance

Ginger is one of the best plants which can dramatically help us improve our health. It is able to act as an antioxidant, thins the blood, improves the insulin resistance which leads to less hypoglycemic episodes and that in turn leads to less adrenaline flowing through our blood. Less adrenaline = less anxiety and less depression which can appear after some time of having too much adrenaline produced in our bodies. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) overview It is not recommended to...

Insulin Resistance is Caused by Infection

Insulin resistance is involved in most chronic diseases. It is not just diabetes or so called metabolic syndrome. Psoriasis and other “autoimmune” considered diseases are accompanied by insulin resistance, elevated fasting blood glucose sugar and hypoglycemic episodes. Hormonal imbalances are actually often caused by gut imbalances (SIBO and fungi with other parasites) which lead to inflammation. Insulin is a hormone which is essential for the body to regulate the blood sugar and maintaining the homeostasis. It is a powerful hormone...