Natural Ways to Treat Psoriasis

November 15, 2017

One of our readers recently wrote in to ask about natural options for treating psoriasis. While there are drugs available for psoriasis, this reader rightly pointed out that these can do a number on your immune system, and she didn't want a cure that would be worse than the disease. I warned her that it's not always easy to treat psoriasis naturally, but there are some strategies she can try. If you're also fighting psoriasis, some of these remedies might work for you as well.

First, it's important to understand potential causes of psoriasis. One of the culprits can be leaky gut syndrome. This occurs when the walls of the intestines become permeable, allowing harmful irritants into our bloodstream. If you suffer from digestive irregularities and discomfort in addition to psoriasis, leaky gut may be causing both issues.

You can try an elimination diet to determine which foods contribute to your digestive woes. Many people find that gluten, dairy, or refined foods cause problems for them. And eliminating the troublemakers provides immense relief. You also can try Integrative Digestive Formula to help heal and support your digestive and immune systems and reduce the skin overreaction that leads to psoriasis.

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If your gut seems to be in good shape, you can try fish oils, primrose oil, and/or borage oil. All of these can improve overall skin conditions and reduce redness and plaques associated with psoriasis. These oils contain essential fatty acids that help the skin repair itself. If you're looking for a high-quality fish oil that contains both EPA and DHA, I recommend Udo's Oil 3 6 9 or Complete Daily Oils.

Finally, you may need to have your vitamin D levels checked. Many psoriasis patients find that vitamin D is an effective helpful treatment of the condition. If your D3 levels aren't at least in the middle range (50 ng/ml), you should consider a supplement to boost them to this level. If you find that your psoriasis is better in the summer than the winter, this is a clue that keeping your D3 levels high year-round may be a good additional solution for you.

Psoriasis can be a frustrating condition, but these steps might help. I hope you will find relief thanks to this one simple email question.

To your health, naturally,







Source:

Sarah R. Jackman, Oliver C. Witard, Andrew Philp, Gareth A. Wallis, Keith Baar, Kevin D. Tipton. Branched-Chain Amino Acid Ingestion Stimulates Muscle Myofibrillar Protein Synthesis following Resistance Exercise in Humans. Frontiers in Physiology, 2017; 8 DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2017.00390.