05 Sep 17:59
Looks, treatment, healthcare system
To everyone. We have this little bad bacteria in out gut that is the cause of our P. If you don't change your diet, your P will get worse.
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05 Sep 18:01
Its time that you decide what is best for you. We need to be healthy to control out P. Should you eat junk food every day then you have to know that your P will not improve. Make the choice
05 Sep 18:26
60 years. I was 14. I have at one time or another eliminated every category of food. I have had good times and bad no matter how I eat. I don't doubt that you are right but it is something so basic in my diet that I would need to stop everything for a period of time and then what. I am 75. Do I really want to put myself through that? It stresses me to even consider it. You folks who have figured it out are so much stronger than me. Wish I could do it.
05 Sep 19:40
Your diet may have something to do with it but in my case I was born with P. I don’t think there was much junk food for me in the womb.
05 Sep 20:18
Same here Jim, I am a lifer too, In my case the faulty immune system has been passed on from my flakey mother too, hence a flakey child , Thank you mother for being so giving,my early inheritance ,geeeze i feel lucky :).
05 Sep 21:37
Stres and more stres for me . I dont know why ???
06 Sep 06:07
What do you think is the best diet for us suffers I eat all the wrong stuff do you think I should eat a certain bread stay of dairy products I have no idea is is everyone different
06 Sep 06:24
Hello Deri,I steer clear of breads,all dairy including eggs ,gluten, and wheat, tomatoes, peppers,eggplants ,potatoes unless sweet potatoes,fizzy drinks, caffeine, sugar,sweetners,cakes, sweets ,processed meats, pork and beef,all sauces,, packet items, jars, tins,fried foods, junk foods ,fast foods etc,i could go on, i do let my hair down from time to time though not too much :)
06 Sep 06:38
Blimey might as well stop eating lol so what bread if any do you eat
06 Sep 08:38
none ,no bread
body dosnt need bread Deri, i did slow elimination over 2 months ,i eat mainly veg,chicken and salads , i eat more now than i did before i changed my diet /lifestyle ,its a caveman diet lol,eat what cavemen ate :)
06 Sep 12:12
I eat rye bread doesn't effect me,white bread a no go zone ,foods these days are so full of preservatives,sugar bad ,but was broke as and made a bread out if a probiotic yoghurt and flour,white( argh) was real good and didn't get bloated etc from it,even fruit doesn't taste the same anymore,milk wayy bad too, change slowly and there's plenty of things to eat to live more natural
06 Sep 12:51
I eat Rye bread too Rosey. Although for the past month I've been eating a lot of white bread which affects my diverticulitis.
06 Sep 13:53
Bev rye ,is the go,way expensive,I don't eat it alot,white effects me too,nit in p,but in the afterwards of eating it,grain bread does too,but rye and homemade yoghurt great yummy,Found dairy free butter ,mind u only weekend s do I eat bread ,I restrain myself lol then it's only 2 slices ,but love it
06 Sep 17:42
Hello C, it can take quite a while even months to see differences,best results can be seen in a years time from now if eating cleaning most of the time,its not a miracle but less inflammation in the skin, less flakes build up etc , yes there are stubborn places i have though only couple, my scalp is great :)joints are great, cant complain thank you :)
10 Sep 08:08
I have since February given up wheat/gluten , cow dairy, sugar so no cakes, biscuits (used to be an addict!) bread and no processed food . I eat Vegetables and fruit, fish and chicken and goats Kefir to try and help my gut. Sadly as yet no improvement. My psoriasis is in fact worse as have it in new places also itchy in the evening. I am persevering though as before I have always given up when things don’t work in a few weeks .
10 Sep 08:38
Don’t give up, Jenny. It does take time to see results and I know it is disheartening and depressing when you can’t see results or even more break outs when you are making these sacrifices...keep the faith and don’t lose heart. 👍
10 Sep 10:50
Desley is right jenny777. Don't give up just yet. Your gut is getting used to the new diet and you are busy detoxing it. You might get a few spots because of it and I know it will be stressful when you see them but give it a couple of weeks. Don't quit. You can do this. Sometimes we have to take a step back to move forward xx
11 Sep 15:30
I agree with others here on the thread - there may be a diet component for some people but nothing is universal. I wish people would stop looking at diet as 'the cure' - I am certain that there are different root causes for different people. I have tried the elimination diet (full in) and it made no difference in my P or PsA, though the other health benefits have been numerous. I would still recommend diet changes for anyone with P or PsA, but look at it as an improvement, not a cure.
11 Sep 15:49
Hell Dennis , i know i would never say Diet/lifestyle changes is a cure as i know its not and there isnt one ,why i always say improvements that can be done by making changes,My psa has improved a lot compared to 2 years ago,Diet/lifestyle is good for general health for anyone and one can do 80% of the Diet/lifestyle and see an improvement in their condition or conditions in time , no cure no, improvement yes i agree :)
11 Sep 16:25
Cheers John! I'm new here but have seen your posts and you seem like a great guy. My angle is that diet and exercise should be your first line of defense. It's kind of obvious - eat better and exercise and you will feel better. And at the end of the day try things and do what works for you
11 Sep 17:16
Thanks Dennis and welcome to flaym :)
13 Sep 03:31
The danger to organs from the inflammation that comes with P was a popular topic during the last few years. I have not heard much about it lately. I was checked for food allergies many years ago and nothing found but I should probably cut my eating in half but hunger interferes. All things different for each of us but good health from clean eating and exercise probably helps all our parts. Moderation does not help Deprivation might. Ah well.
13 Sep 05:11
I dont think psoriasis can make one overweight as i dont battle against my weight ,I lost so much weight last year and was considered overweight but not obese or near that,mainly belly fat but that was down to my lifestyle on drinking and eating fatty foods,I knew years ago that was said about fat being left around the heart of psoriatics generally, If one changes bad habits say then they can improve their psoriasis and loose weight .When i am hungry i just eat whats good for me and not quick fix junk as i used to a couple years ago and before,i just have some nuts or a piece of fruit say.I dont feel deprived and now and again i have treats like my gluten free biscuits ,Majority of people are overweight in this day and age because of habits that have been learnt, i wish you all well :)
13 Sep 18:45
I have never gained weight from P. My P got worse when I gained weight and obviously the pina coladas contributed to that. I have P for almost 27 years and I think my weight is okay. Can lose a bit of weight though but as long as my P doesn't get worse then I'm good. I keep my diet healthy. Try to at least.
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