06 Jul 16:13
Now 2 months of my strict diet followed. Almost disappeared all plaques. I am now with completely normal skin. I passed very hard time last 6 months. Now very happy.
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06 Jul 17:39
Fantastic Md great news ,good work :)
06 Jul 18:14
Oh . I'm so happy for you MD. Well done. Would you like to share your diet with us? You have always asked questions and even given us the answers to it so I would like to know what you're doing?
06 Jul 20:08
Bravo, lucky you :)
Change in food didn't work for me :(
07 Jul 00:38
Great to hear Md. Very happy for you. Keep going now.
07 Jul 03:37
Fantastic News md! Enjoy!! Yes, please remind us what you have been doing :) Well done to you! Enjoy!!
Hi Madmum 07, Changing diet works after 4/6 months, you have to wait and see.
07 Jul 03:41
Hi Michelle, I ate only rice, spinach, chia seed, wheatgrass juice, apple, lettuce, cabbage, olive oil, turmeric for first 3 weeks. Then I added fish slowly. Now I eat fish everyday. It’s going on.
07 Jul 03:46
Good for you! That is some great self discipline! Well done md! I have never tried wheatgrass juice, but have heard lots of good things about it. How does it taste?
07 Jul 04:41
Hi Michelle, wheatgrass juice does not have any bad tast, not bitter. Just like vegetables juice.
07 Jul 06:37
Thank you MD, I'm going to check for wheatgrass today and try it. :) my diet already consists of what you're eating and combining the wheatgrass can only be wonderful.
07 Jul 06:42
Add more apple to your diet, ursolic acid from apple peel suppress IL-17, which is the main culprit for psoriasis patients. Also, vitamin A from wheatgrass suppresses this IL-17. You can add the combined action by Apple and wheatgrass.
07 Jul 08:57
Thank you MD. I will try to eat apples. I don't really eat fruit but I will definitely get apples. I mostly eat bananas and avo's which is good for my P. Can I eat any apples? Red, yellow and green or one in specific?
07 Jul 10:02
I think eating more banana is not so good for Psoriasis, because of its high histamine and sugar. I eat red apple always sometimes a green one also.
07 Jul 16:00
I just Googled IL-17, and several studies showed that curcumin inhibits IL-17. Just bought more of this golden spice! 🥇
07 Jul 16:24
Md: I notice that you live in Japan. Is the rice you're eating white? I'm asking only because I much prefer white rice, but some P diets say brown or wild rice only. I'd appreciate your advice on this, thanks! And congratulations!!! 🌟🌟🌟
07 Jul 21:13
I eat white rice everyday, 2-3 times. No problem with rice. Yes curcumin also inhibit IL-17. I use this spice also during my cooking vegetables or fish
08 Jul 06:54
I eat curcumin in most of my dishes. This is very interesting. Thank you Md
08 Jul 16:50
Stick with white rice, the lectins in the brown rice are a problem.
09 Jul 00:39
Gosh and I have been told to be healthy to use brown rice guess I will switch back. Have only a small patch so far and want to get rid of that and not have any more.
Thanks for your input, Jonathan. I know that I haven't felt any ill effects from white rice, and I eat rather a lot of it, though I'm slowing down now to focus more on veggies. I typically eat basmati and rinse it thoroughly to remove as much arsenic as possible.
09 Jul 01:44
Same here Ava.
My dad always cooked the rice in our household and told us to always wash the rice until the water is clear. Which i do till this day.
09 Jul 05:24
My parents and family does the same Jen. Rinse it till the water is clear. Brown rice has never given me any problems. I eat white Basmati (yasmin) and its very nice and soft on my skin. Brown rice is also good for me. Can't complain. I sometimes mix the two of them together.
12 Jul 20:32
White rice yes! Good for you Md, that is awesome. Will you continue to introduce things, or are you sticking to your restrictions for a longer time?
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