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Archive for November 23rd, 2009

A Psoriasis Diet

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11 23rd, 2009

Changing your diet, all that you eat and drink, could make significant improvements in your well-being. Especially if you are afflicted with psoriasis. If so, you really need a psoriasis diet. Normally, in developed countries, our bodies tend to become saturated with toxins. These toxins come to us in the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.

We also absorb pesticides and other toxins by contact with our skin. The preferred way to get rid of these toxins is by natural elimination and through the urine. You will want to avoid elimination of toxins through your skin. Especially if you suffer from psoriasis.

If you have been diagnosed as afflicted with psoriasis, you will need to modify your eating habits right away to lessen the symptoms. Begin eating whole, unprocessed foods for your psoriasis diet. Select those that are as close as you can get to the original form. Avoid processed foods, especially highly processed or with many artificial ingredients and components.

To hold the toxins buildup in your system to a bare minimum, don’t ingest any more toxins than you can help. Eat organic fresh vegetables rather than produce grown with artificial fertilizers and subjected to pesticides. If no organic food is available to you then take care to at least wash your vegetables and fruits very well, using a brush, to remove as many of the chemicals as possible.

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Vegetables have more fiber and are easier for your digestive system to process when they are eaten raw. They always lose some of their nutrients when cooked. Fresh raw vegetables have higher fiber content and are easier for your digestive system to handle. Foods that are easy for your body to digest and process include seafood, most types of beans, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, squashes and all kinds of fresh fruit. With more fruits and vegetables in your daily diet you are less likely to develop allergies.

We usually get too much of our daily caloric intake from fats, so it’s best to restrict your intake of fried food and fats in general. However, your body does need some fatty acids to function properly. Fatty acids play an important part in eliminating, controlling and reducing inflammation. The fatty acids that you will want to add to your diet are those from cold water fish, extra virgin olive oil and flax seed.

Foods that are high in sodium are to be avoided. They can cause you to be dehydrated. Some forms of salt are better/less bad for you than others. Changing from refined sodium chloride salt to more natural sea salt is a good idea and a healthy choice.

Switching over to using sea salt (all natural) will bring many benefits. It can raise your energy level, help to relieve symptoms from allergies and rashes, protect you against radiation. It can help to balance the acidity of the body, provide important minerals, increase your resistance to infection and help to replace your lost electrolytes.

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By intelligently modifying what you eat, by choosing a healthier diet, you can help control your psoriasis outbreaks. Also a better psoriasis diet will help your body to begin to heal itself naturally, to avoid allergies and inflammation, and to stay a lot more healthy.