Eat to treat.
29 Jun 03:36
Just wondering if anyone else has this problem:...why is it so hard to drink "water"??.......i just found out at my height of 4'11 i have to drink 90 oz. of water.....yikes....bathroom here i come!!...lol
27 Jun 23:03
Welp... I've just started taking tumeric, milk thistle, and salmon oil pills (along with the vit D pills I've already been taking). Trying no alcohol (proven difficult). Basting myself in olive oil and coconut butter. And sun on my lunch break...
27 Jun 05:00
With a lot of us talking about diets ( it's a lifestyle for me, not a diet) I just want to say that I am not a health freak. I buy coffee every morning, eat chocolate daily and have two bottles of wine a week. It works for me!
25 Jun 10:39
Back to my regular eating home cooked foods, switched to olive oil, taking pro biotics for a week now... My skin is calm today, I don't feel bloated or full of toxins anymore, just a testament of how important diet is for me 😊
25 Jun 10:31
Last two months I took a week vacation on each which involved a lot of eating fast food, and I didn't get my acv in everyday, stopped my exercise routine... I have been bloated and my p flare ups have been quite a bit worse. To be cont.
25 Jun 22:37
Doing a lot of sleeping, long hours... I need a happy medium!
24 Jun 22:25
Feeling really good at the moment, finally realising that the more I worry about how others see me, then the more flares I get, it's a vicious circle so going to try and cut it at the source and live a better life.
24 Jun 20:00
i am 12 stone now and dont want to lose anymore weight so, i will have to have some healthy fats of some kind to keep my weight stable.
i am near six foot,dont want to look like a stick by losing anymore weight :)
24 Jun 03:20
Ask, Believe, Receive . .. I believe that one day, I will be back in this group saying how my thoughts changed my skin forever :) (Read 'the secret' by Rhonda Byrne if you haven't already :))
24 Jun 05:13
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23 Jun 05:03
Hi, I'm new here, but I've had psoriasis for probably 15 years or so. It started on a scar and then moved to my elbows. About 5 years ago I got patches mostly on my hips and buttox, but also a few spots on my legs and arms.
23 Jun 04:06
Hello beautiful people.. I am suffering psoriasis since last 12 years and im struggling till now, i try to be strong but sometimes everything just collapses badly..anyways im happy to join and looking forward for good suggestions and friends :)
22 Jun 22:25
Had the condition for a number of years and find it is gradually spreading in tiny patches, does anyone find that certain foods help to heal?? also fingernails thickening, brittle and discoloured ... very unsightly and embarrassing,
22 Jun 19:17
Does anyone have any diet advice for psoriasis?
22 Jun 14:44
I would really like to get some advice. I have P on my scalp. It used to extremely bad until I started having babies. When I was pregnant it went away. Now that I have stopped having children it has started coming back. It is really itchy and weepy.
22 Jun 13:15
Hi all. Can we talk about Diet? what should I be eating/not eating? I want to get on top of this. need your help
22 Jun 11:27
Hi all, hope my fellow P suffers are all doing well,update for you still on diet,introduced yogart and gluten free oats no impact on skin after a week,P is fading on all fronts,feeling positive again, feel fit healthy and skin feels great
22 Jun 09:27
I just started using Karen Phlankton cream, seems to be doing somewhat good...only used it for 2 weeks so far...
22 Jun 07:57
Has anyone else get random swollen 'sausage' toes and if so do you think it's connected??
22 Jun 06:31
Thx for excepting me
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