Tagged: tnf-alpha

Taurine Decreases Inflammation In Psoriasis

Psoriasis is not the most common term you hear when you read about the effects of taurine on health. You read usually about its positive effects on nervous system, liver (bile production and bile flow), heart but less about anti-inflammatory and possibly anti-psoriatic effects of taurine I am going to present here right now. Psoriasis as you probably know from this blog is caused by Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction which in turn is (usually if not always) caused by systemic...

Coconut: A Potent Anti-Inflammatory Food That May Work Better Than Biologic Drugs

Not many psoriatics know the fact that coconut has some substances in it which markedly improve or even cure psoriasis in some people as soon as after a few weeks of use (2 – 6 weeks). And it is not just psoriasis but also the other inflammatory conditions which get much better with eating but also topically applying the coconut products. How does coconut make it so well in many other health problems? In case of Alzheimer’s disease it is...

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...

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...