Psoriasis, an autoimmune disorder, results in a fast accumulation of skin cells. Scaling results from this cell accumulation on the surface of your skin. Inflammation is very typical around the scales. These patches occasionally crack and bleed.

Symptoms of Psoriasis

  • Dry skin
  • Soreness
  • Burning and itching sensation
  • Pitted and thick nails
  • Throbbing and sore joints

Nutrition and psoriasis - A link

Food-related factors can play a role in developing some skin conditions, such as psoriasis. Numerous viable dietary approaches to psoriasis management (such as fasting, a vegetarian diet or diets rich in omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil). For the control of psoriasis, people with moderate to severe illness can benefit from leading a healthy lifestyle and losing weight. Patients with psoriasis benefit from a diet based on a test for delayed food allergies, such as ImuPro.

ImuPro - Management of psoriasis

Our immune system produces IgG, a defence protein that can identify a foreign substance. The immune system creates IgG antibodies specific to foods and considers food components intruders. Consuming the same foods resulting in IgG-mediated hypersensitivity reactions may accelerate the onset of inflammatory illnesses like psoriasis.

Some psoriasis patients have elevated IgG antibodies against gluten, the wheat protein, according to research conducted by ImuPro. The symptoms of these patients significantly improved after they adopted a gluten-free diet.

The ImuPro change in diet, followed by identifying IgG-mediated food hypersensitivity, may be beneficial for managing psoriasis.

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