Eat to treat.
17 Jun 17:50
My daughter asked me "mom, if a man shows up at the front door with a carrot in his mouth. Would you date him?" I replied " I would devour him" what can I say...salad is good for Psoriasis :)
16 Jun 20:12
Does anyone have any tips for treating plaque psoriasis?
16 Jun 08:12
Have a good day all, i am out again being naughty, more beer and bad foods, dont i learn? well it is summer :) eat well people :)
16 Jun 03:02
I find it difficult to deal with! The itching, flaking and comments whenever it shows at my hairline makes me cringe with pain and embaressmént! Together with diabetes I have to pep talk and motivate myself continuously not to stay depressed!!
16 Jun 01:22
I have 8-10 palms of plaque psoriasis on my body. Inverse psoriasis behind my ears and in my groin. Most recently on my face and around my eyes, and scalp psoriasis. I’m starting a journey today: healthy eating, exercise and positive mental attitude.
15 Jun 10:15
First got psoriasis two years ago when I was going though a very stressful period in my life.
In the past two months it started spreading all over my body. I feel if I don't manage to stop it I am going to be covered head to toe in no time. Advice?
15 Jun 02:46
What kind of foods flare up psoriasis?
13 Jun 11:52
John Pagano's book, Healing Psoriasis states it is crutial to avoid alcohol for at least 2 mths while following the protocol or until your skin is clear. Only exception is dry red wine (4oz) but not regularily. Would you give it up to give it a try?
13 Jun 06:37
Well i am on day 3 since my inflammatory weekend, nothing seems to look different in the skin,slight joint ache now and again but that was to be expected, good though so i am pleased,eat well people regularly :)
13 Jun 06:31
Does anyone know if honey turkey and honey chicken lunch meat ok to eat. Also turkey chopmeat. Or will it cause a problem.
12 Jun 12:10
I’m reading Healing Psoriasis by John O.A. Pagano. About to start the diet, has anyone else used this diet to heal severe plaque psoriasis???
12 Jun 06:57
My P was up in flames last night and I haven't experienced this kind of pain in years.
12 Jun 07:32
Hiya. My 9yo has awful flare ups every 6 months or so. Right now, not a thing apart from a tiny scab on his head. Obvious question, and a million dollar one too, but what is it that makes this flare up ? I reduced his sugar and junk food ?
12 Jun 03:55
Anyone taking biologics?
11 Jun 19:12
I have it in the back of my hair and it wakes me up every night sweaty and very itchy at the back of my head
11 Jun 05:20
The ketogenic diet consists of a meal plan centered around healthy fats.
10 Jun 19:15
Another mini flare... It seems many of these are now not triggered off by diet, but by other things (getting ill, hormones...). My skin is much better than it was a year ago (by far!), but think maybe the diet related aspects are maxing out! 👍
10 Jun 13:18
Thank you for all your kind messages etc,i have got a little toasted , i ate badly aswell as ate my made foods, drank near full time from breakfast to next morning for the 3 days, i dont feel great,hungover a bit ,i keep eye on my skin :)
10 Jun 02:04
hi I went my dermatologist appointment he said they tried everything but biologics im kinda scared I take Benadryl for itchy right now and pain I get is it normal, to get pain on the scalp
09 Jun 15:02
Hey P vets UPDATE Time: 3months on turmeric supplements, pre and probiotic, 1 month on motli v&m and day 9 of the diet change! So P not as flakie, PP very few pustules and not as itchy and P coverage is less, very happy with life right now
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