...feeling okay Jack @psoriasisblob


Going to go see Trainspotting 2 tonight. Great opportunity to test if popcorn, nachos, cola and sweets flare me up. Doing it for science. BBL.


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10 responses

Lucy @lucy182

If the results show that they do, please do not confirm this as it's very likely to break my heart. Popcorn is the love of my life, I will continue to eat it no matter what science says. 👍🏻

Jessica @saldije12

LOL surrreeeee blame science haha

Ragazza @ragazza

Wow... you sacrifice your body to help science?
Jack, you are sooooo brave :-)))))

Jack @psoriasisblob

Thank you, thank you.

And... can confirm, popcorn no good for psoriasis :(

But that was salty popcorn.

This experiment has to be repeated with other flavours.

Izzy @izzy

Too many variables, isolate each ingredient.

I suspect it's the dairy products that might be an issue, not the popcorn. I eat popcorn, tortilla, sweets and sometimes cola. The sugary stuff could be an issue for me but the rest seems alright.

Ragazza @ragazza

@ Jack I also did a test by accident. Was forced (yes yes) to eat a piece of pudding pie. I took a small piece ... drove home.. and my face was burning a lot.. took a look in the mirror and wow... a face swollen and as red as a tomato with white cercles around my eyes... my body is used to gluten free stuff..so normal stuff tries to kill me now... will do next test in the restaurant on Friday.. :-)))))

Jack @psoriasisblob

Damn that's a quick reaction! I hate being force-fed dessert lol ;) I think everyone with psoriasis should have a food allergy test!

paul @crick

hope you didn't drop any flakes of skin on your popcorn.

Pam @pampar

hey Jack...please let me know if the movie was as good as Trainspotting #1 xxx

Jack @psoriasisblob

Hey Pam. It's definitely not on the same level, but nothing could come close to Trainspotting 1 when it first came out! It was still good to see Spud and Sick Boy and the rest though, but felt like they didn't really learn anything.

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It was when a homeopathist told me to drink snake venom, because I shed skin "like a snake", that I knew I had to look at other options. Just a normal 28-year-old flaker sharing his journey on www.psoriasisblob.com

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