Tagged: liver

Psoriasis and Liver: Ray Peat On Liver Health

Psoriasis pathogenesis involves the liver problems – there is no doubt about it! But how exactly do liver functions deteriorate to the point of developing psoriasis in persons who lived a relatively healthy or average lifestyle? I mean no alcohol, not heavily overeating on sugar and no drugs… Ray Peat will tell you why and how liver functions start to lack. Sure, emotional stress or diet low in nutrients is at the core of the problem. Can you guess what...

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: How Zinc Deficiency May Be Actually An Omega 6 Deficiency

A deficiency of any essential nutrient (including the omega 6 fatty acids) 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...

Lymphatic System Congestion, Adrenal “Fatigue” and Liver in Psoriasis

Psoriasis is considered to be a very complex disease involving the lymphatic system congestion, adrenal fatigue and liver dysfunction. It all depends upon the perspective you want to look at these symptoms together named as psoriasis. Science has proved many times that chronic inflammatory diseases are caused by inflammation… Well, what else could cause inflammatory diseases, right? The drugs whether prescription or over-the-counter, both are relatively very effective for psoriasis and other chronic inflammatory diseases and they put those diseases...