Wondering if cutting out certain types of foods will really benefit my psoriasis.
It is clear that what we eat has a tremendous impact on our overall health. Less clear is the question of modifying our diets to actually treat an ongoing disease such as Psoriasis.
The most promising role for dietary manipulation in the treatment of psoriasis involves following a gluten-free diet.
See: http://psoriasis.about.com/od/holisticapproach/i/diet.htm for more information.
According to most experts, the best dietary advice for people with psoriasis is the same as it is for anyone else: eat a sensible diet, low in fats and sweets and high in fruits and vegetables. Get regular exercise too.
If you notice that your skin condition worsens after you eat certain foods, then stop eating those foods.
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