Diet and Psoriasis

Support and advice about diet and psoriasis.


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Guy - I was eating healthy for years because of type 2 diabetes and my P flared regularly in the winter... More »
Michelle - Ah the sun is good for us. that little bit of rays can do wonders for our P. :)
Sarah - I don't think basil is considered an inflammatory food in what I have read and followed with my e... More »
Psoriatic4good - As My country is across from Italy, we also use the same herbs as them and they are phenomenal. ... More »
Michelle - Hm...could be the peppers again. I've been okay with it but now it seems I can only have them onc... More »
john,Hulk - So true, dog food would taste better than that,though dog biscuits dont taste bad at , Its just g... More »
Sarah - OMG that burger, I can't even imagine it actually! I think I would have major food-fear faced wit... More »
Mishlyn - Well done James! its not easy.. especially when its right in front of you. Keep up the great work!
Sarah - Welcome to Flaym, Jill! That's great that you have a game plan. This in itself is great for your ... More »
Jill - Thanks ,Sarah....trying not to let P become me..⚘
john,Hulk - Thats great Jill, keep us posted , i wish you well :)
Lindakay1948 - I don't buy them for myself but my Darling Husband Loves M&M's P-nut candies I go by the bowl and... More »
john,Hulk - Yep, i know that feeling,i buy my gluten free biscuits and scoff the lot,cant put them in the cu... More »
Michelle - haha Lindakay, funny. I don't have a sweet tooth at all but when I crave for a chockie, I buy coc... More »
Linda - Great to know thank you for sharing!
Sarah - That's so cool Md, so you use powder? Where do you buy it?
Md - I bought from iherb Japan, online store.
Maureen - Thank you both. Now I see why this site is so good and important
Dianna - According to my friend, it was anything pickled. Pickled eggs, beets, pickles, etc. I don't eat a... More »
Susan - I eat all kinds of pickles, fermented and not. All my life! Never thought it made a difference.... More »
James - I just made a pot of vegetable soup and added a teaspoonful along with the black pepper. On the P... More »
Glenn - I dont have high blood pressure, but I do have thinned blood due to anurysms and clots in both legs
James - I had a TIA 5 years ago so I try to look after myself now. I've been using turmeric in smoothies ... More »
Glenn - Sue, sometimes my knees flare up with ps and the joint swells. But unfortunately for me, I have o... More »
Rosey - Sorry to hear Glenn,some people çop more than we deserve with other medical conditions on top of ... More »
Bryan - Hi Ann, try Cutivate cream great for sensitive areas. Good luck.
Bev - I agree too Jonathan. I can eat tomatoes if skinned and seeded. I will do it if Im making a salad... More »
Justin - Years ago, Polish body builders used to consume raw eggs. I now do the same EVERY MORNING and ... More »
Michelle - No not really Sarah. I can eat it cooked or raw. It has the same effect. I like raw veggies with ... More »
Jannie - I've just bought tea with Tumeric in . It's quite lovely. If you mix tumeric into a paste and app... More »
Michelle - Hi Jannie. I have done the turmeric paste and it definitely helped for my Psoriasis. I can recomm... More »
Jannie - Beware of fake vitamins always buy a reputable brand like solgar or forever living especially if ... More »
Shawn - Correct Ava - K2 and Magnesium should be taken in combination with D3
Sarah - Thanks everyone! Need to look into it, and will speak to my GP whenever I next have to go for som... More »
Pat - vit d3 I have had psoriasis since I was 5 years when I lived in florida I used to sit in the s... More »
steve - Dr. Rheaume-Bleue, the author of Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little Known Vitamin C... More »
Alexandros - Thanks for that great info. I will bring that up in my next appointment with the Dr.
steve - Yes, just tell him you've heard magnesium and K2 (not K1) are important in the D3 and calcium ac... More »
Michelle - I think SA is still on the organic type of food as we don't get it here.
Sarah - Nope absolutely not as that goat smell I can only stomach in cheese! And even then, I don't eat c... More »
Clint - Say cheese 🧀
Jen - Same here Ava. My dad always cooked the rice in our household and told us to always wash the ric... More »
Michelle - My parents and family does the same Jen. Rinse it till the water is clear. Brown rice has never g... More »
Sarah - White rice yes! Good for you Md, that is awesome. Will you continue to introduce things, or are y... More »
john,Hulk - Thank you Michelle, the sea is great and with a little sun too,i want to get clear for my Lanzaro... More »
Michelle - Enjoy the tea Ava and all of you enjoy the warm weather and think of me fading away in the cold S... More »
Susan - Not really a tea fan Ava but used to like honey. Just got away from it. Tomorrow morning for br... More »
rachel - Interesting Sarah. Is your reaction straight away?
john,Hulk - I prefer sweet potatoes now, i have them in my currys and they soften quicker when cooking i fi... More »
James - Home made sweet potato oven fries with home made spicey ketchup, makes even the crappiest movie b... More »
Suze - I was told the turmeric and ginger I buy from food shops isn't enough to help and that we need in... More »
Lindakay1948 - I use One Large Tablespoom Tumeric ,with Coconut milk ,shake of black pepper so it turns on the t... More »
James - I've been putting it in smoothies and home made soups. I did just take a fleeting look on amazon ... More »
airene - What is ale?
airene - Thanks everyone! I think i need to change my diet from now on... Huhuhu
alex - Ale = beer
Ruben - Welcome to the Flaymily Ava, I only started realizing that healing/good skin comes from the insid... More »
Glam - I,ve had p for 5 years. I,m convinced it started with an infection. Once it was diagnosed, consul... More »
Ava - Michelle, I've been moderating my diet for the past 2-3 years -focusing on eating clean by avoidi... More »

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