...feeling happy steve @beachbum

Secrets, treatment, diet

It would be interesting to see if there is any correlation between vitamin D3 levels and psoriasis. When I had it, my D3 levels were about 30 ng/ml. Now I don't have it and my D3 levels are 98. Anyone with really good D3 still afflicted?


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4 responses

Sarah @cottonbud

I think there’s definitely a correlation Steve. I read a clinical study about it once, started taking vitamin D3 and the only time I was clear for over a year, it was down to my improved vitamin D3 levels. Needless to say, I’m back on about 10,000 iu again and it seems to be doing the trick 😊

Rosey @sue2023

Only one Dr tested but d level, I was low but he didn't bother to tell me how to get it up lol

Ava @ava1

Good for you, Steve! I believe D3 is key. Since taking D3 with magnesium and K2, my psoriasis has dropped to only one small patch behind my left ear, and it rarely itches!. I'm also infinitely better overall now that I'm eating 100% gluten free, having learned in March via an endoscopy that my intestines have been damaged from celiac disease. In fact, I'm like a new woman! No more slug-a-bed!

Rita @rita

I recently had my vitamin D level tested and it was quite high, not in the toxic range but heading there. I only take vitamin D3 in the winter. I still have a bit of psoriasis but not too bad.

steve @beachbum
Cypress, TX, United States

Recently found something that might have cured my psoriasis. Trying to help others.

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