Nutrition. Psoriasis, treatments and diet. Foods for psoriasis. Diet for treating psoriasis

 

Nutrition. Psoriasis, treatments and diet. Diet for psoriasis. Foods for psoriasis play an essential role. Dietary treatments for psoriasis are linked to two food groups: foods that are allowed or appropriate, foods that are not allowed or unsuitable for psoriasis.

 

NUTRITION

 

TREATMENTS AND DIET

 

It should be pointed out that is no cure for psoriasis, but pharmacological and physical topical treatments enable you to keep milder forms of the disease well under control.

Nowadays, natural treatments also play an important role because they have the advantage of selectively acting on the immunological processes that trigger psoriasis, when combined with proper nutrition.

 

In fact, the role of nutrition in psoriasis care is critical because the food you eat may counteract the oxidative effect on your body.

 

In addition to pharmacological therapy, in fact, it is always a good idea to follow a healthy lifestyle that can rectify or prevent some risk factors, such as obesity.

 

Diet is important for moderating and minimizing the problem, and people affected by psoriasis should avoid red meat, sausages, fats, fried foods, salt, dairy, sugar, and of course alcohol. Instead they should eat more whole meal bread, pasta, legumes, vegetables, fruits, and fish.


The diet to counteract the effects of this disease is an antioxidant diet, which, together with the prescribed treatments, can help combat psoriasis.

These dietary treatments for psoriasis are linked to two food groups: foods that are allowed or appropriate for psoriasis, and foods that are not allowed or unsuitable for treating psoriasis.

 

The foods allowed for psoriasis are:

  • Those that contain vitamin A: spinach, basil, asparagus, peppers, carrots, squash, tomatoes, coriander, liver, eggs, butter, and fish.
  • Those that contain vitamin C: orange, grapefruit or grapefruit juice, lemon, kiwi, apple, watermelon, garlic, celery, strawberries, grapes, pineapple, cranberries, avocado, mango, blackberries, etc.
  • Those containing folic acid: whole grains, legumes, spinach, oranges, asparagus, lettuce, wheat germ.
  • Those rich in selenium: grapes, peaches, garlic, squash, barley, oats, corn, pistachio nuts, asparagus, and spinach.
  • Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids: fish and seafood.
  • Foods rich in zinc: celery, asparagus, figs, potatoes, eggplant, sunflower seeds.

Foods that should be restricted for psoriasis: meat, fatty foods, alcohol, spices, foods with preservatives and additives.

 

 

If you have not got any good results with other psoriasis products, try Psotherapy the natural remedy, successfully tested by millions of people around the world, without contraindications or side effects.

 

 

 

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