Psoriasis and nutrition. Food and psoriasis. Diet for psoriasis

 

Psoriasis and nutrition. Food and psoriasis. Diet for psoriasis. The relationship between psoriasis and nutrition is controversial, but there is some scientific evidence that may provide valuable information to better manage the diet. What would be the foods to be avoided and recommended?

 

Psoriasis and nutrition

 

The relationship between psoriasis and nutrition is controversial, but there is some scientific evidence that may provide valuable information to better manage the diet.
But let's see specifically what would be the foods to be avoided as they have pro-inflammatory activity:

? cooked pork meats, red meat, eggs, butter, cream, sausages, margarine, fried foods, cheese, salt, milk and dairy products. The same goes for sugar, chocolate and coffee. On the other hand, it’s absolutely recommended all those foods that, in fact, do not alter the inflammatory state, these include:

? fibers, white meat, fish, milk enzymes, fruits and vegetables (preferably, however, avoid the consumption of eggplants, peppers, raw tomatoes, potatoes and persimmons).
As for drinks, it should be avoided:

❌ Liquors and spirits as their usual consumption would increase the extent of the disease and related symptoms such as itching, burning, pain, and scale increasing. Drink as much as possible:

✔ water, also to counterbalance, at least a little, the skin dryness.

❌ Avoid smoking

 

 

 

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