Tagged: thiamine

High Dose Thiamine For Psoriasis

Thiamin is a b-vitamin I already had one post about on this psoriasis blog in relation to acidic blood. This article will be specifically about the effects of thiamine on chronic inflammatory diseases like psoriasis. I always stress the importance of taking a B-complex when trying to heal psoriasis but there are some anecdotal data that high dose thiamine may be something what might help a lot of psoriatics. As you will learn further in this article thiamine is involved...

Metformin Caused Psoriasis-like Eruptions, Alternative is Berberine

It is not unusual to develop diabetes or pre-diabetes along with psoriasis. Actually diabetes and pre-diabetes are just the terms used to name the increased blood sugar levels (usually treated with the drugs like metformin) resistant to endogenous (own – produced by the body) insulin. In my previous articles you can read more details about the cause of type 2 diabetes. But in short what is the cause? Endotoxins and inflammation, yes the same causes like those of psoriasis. It...

Real Cause of Acidic Blood is Deficiency of These Vitamins…

Lactic acidosis is often caused by biotin or thiamine deficiency. The role of B-vitamins is still underrated by most people including those with psoriasis. We have a huge promotion of magnesium, zinc, vitamin C, … but where are the B-complex vitamins? I think that generally the most important thing in healing of psoriasis is proper intake of B-vitamins. If you want to get all of the B-vitamins even those who are no longer considered as vitamins you should take brewer’s...

Subclinical Vitamin Deficiencies and Neurotoxins

Many people recommend the food as the main part of the healing. I mean real unprocessed food like salmon instead of salmon oil in capsules. Sure, if you have a lot of money to buy top quality foods you can do that. However, most people can’t afford buying like 1-2 pounds of wild salmon daily that’s why some supplement is the only answer for them. You must understand that digestion is the culprit when eating the real food as source...