Tagged: protein

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...

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...

Betaine HCL May Cause Sulfur Smelling Gas and Urine

If you develop sulfur smelling burps, gas or urine after starting Betaine HCL here is the possible explanation. Sulfur smelling burps, gas and urine The most probable cause in my opinion is that Betaine HCL initiates the digestion of protein in the stomach but the pancreas, gallbladder or liver in the small intestine don’t continue the digestive process adequately so...

Best Protein Supplements

Psoriasis goes usually hand in hand with protein deficiency. Stomach acid production is crucial for proper protein digestion and since most psoriatics have low stomach acid or even no stomach acid it is no surprise that the amino acid deficiencies develop. The symptoms of protein deficiency or maybe I should say amino acids deficiency are fatigue, nail ridges, muscle weakness,...

Does Gluten Cause Psoriasis? Think Again…

To say the truth I think that gluten is not bad or at least it isn’t the culprit for the most psoriatics. I don’t eat gluten (bread, pasta, cake, etc.) however not because it would aggravate my psoriasis but because it is hard to digest. So if you don’t feel any particular adverse effect after eating some gluten and even...