I went online and read about anti-inflammatory diets. I tried eating a very strict anti-inflammatory diet and after three days, my psoraisis (mine is on both hands) cleared up quite a lot. I was upset that my derm never even suggested a change in diet to treat this condition. I have to stick to the diet pretty strictly in order to stay on the better side of things. My hands aren't perfect, but I can live this way. The problem is that I feel like I am on my own in this. I know and do only what I… read more
I agree completely! I believe psoriasis is a malfunction of our immune system. I've have been on multiple biologics without success. I had to learn my triggers- which are being sweaty, spicy food, and too much gluten. But I also take the fight to my psoriasis both internally and externally. I use a combination of prescription sprays, and over the counter creams and ointments. I began taking something a friend referred me to about six weeks ago called Lucraderm. This stuff is a powder I consume everyday and so far I love the results- and have shared with some people who have also reported positive results. The immune system is in our digestive system so I makes sense to focus on an internal supplement. I also think allergies are linked to flare ups. Best of luck!
I, too, have that same issue! The dermatologists don’t want to say that psoriasis can be controlled by diet. They say there’s no research. I worked years to co trip mine with diet and believe me....it works! I would suggest a homeopathic physician or an allergist. That is what saved me.
My dermatologist never mentioned diet either. I tried Humira and almost died too. In fact I don’t know if it may have caused permanent damage to the rest of my body. Do not try injections. They are dangerous
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