Psoriasis Diet

Can a psoriasis diet be the new psoriasis cure? Well the National Psoriasis Foundation has received a number of claims from former psoriasis suffers about the positive effects of certain foods and supplements on their psoriasis symptoms.



However, due to the variation of psoriasis symptoms, life style habits, medical histories, and individual backgrounds it’s hard to pin point exactly what type of psoriasis diet is best for everyone.

For example, what dietary change may have worked well for one person and put their psoriasis symptoms in remission may not work for another or may even make some symptoms worse.


These factors make it difficult to determine exactly what type of diet a psoriasis patient should follow.


However, there is no harm in experimenting with your diet to see if a change can positively affect your condition. – as long as you don’t endanger your health.

Psoriasis Medications And Diet

Many psoriasis medications and medical treatments can create nutritional deficiencies such as protein, vitamin, and mineral deficiencies. So, if you are currently taking any psoriasis medications, you might want to consider increasing your intake of high nutritional foods including:

  • oily fish like salmon
  • green leafy vegetables and broccoli
  • beans and peas
  • liver and other organ meats
  • fortified cereals, oranges, and cantaloupe

The National Psoriasis Foundation agrees that a healthy psoriasis diet should limited the intake of sugar, white flour, alcohol.

Caffeine and Psoriasis - While the National Psoriasis Foundation states that you should try to avoid caffeine, some people have found that a small amount of caffeine actually helped their psoriasis symptoms. Only you can be the judge of that. See if eliminating or adding a small amount of caffeine to your diet helps your psoriasis.

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Psoriasis Home Remedies

As health insurance costs rise and people become less tolerant of toxic psoriasis drugs - more people turn to alternative psoriasis care products.

In fact, the National Psoriasis Foundation states "As more people become active partners in their treatment, interest in alternative medicine has grown.

A survey released in May 2004 conducted by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the National Center for Health Statistics found that in 2002, 36 percent of U.S. adults were using some form of complementary and alternative medicine."

However, most natural products have not been very effective for most types of psoriasis, like rapid skin cell replication which causes skin cells to produce much faster than normal healthy skin and results in that white, scaly, thick, patches you often see in psoriasis suffers.

But - there is good news. The FDA and the National Psoriasis Foundation recently approved a safe and effective, all natural psoriasis cream called Dermasis Psoriasis Cream

This herbal remedy helps to:

  • Moisturize your skin
  • Restore pH balance
  • Reduce thick skin buildup
  • Heals the skin

In addition to a healthy diet, which includes vegetables, fish, legumes – Dermasis can go a long way in supporting healthy skin free from psoriasis symptoms.

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