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What you put in your body will affect the way that you look and feel. And yes, it will also affect your psoriasis. Over time, research suggests that individuals who suffer from psoriasis may benefit from changes in the way they eat and drink. According to this WebMD article, a gluten and alcohol-free diet may reduce psoriasis symptoms. Allow us to sum this up for you…
Apparently, there has been evidence that a gluten-free diet is helpful, though it is scarce. An individual who has celiac disease may eat gluten, which can lead to an overactive immune system. If this is the case, the overactive immune system may lead to psoriasis in some people. In a few studies, individuals with psoriasis and signs of gluten-related immune issues saw improvements in their skin.
Drinking alcohol is another habit that may negatively affect psoriasis. Research has found that it may not only make you ore likely to develop psoriasis, but could worsen symptoms and keep treatments from working to their fullest potential. Because of this, it is important to eliminate or cut back on alcohol consumption. While this will not cure psoriasis, it is one step to improving your overall health and could keep help keep your skin clear.
Please NOTE: The content above is not to be taken or substituted as medical advice. If you would like to learn more about how your diet can affect psoriasis, speak with your professional doctor about the matter.
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