There are a lot of diets out there that are supposed to be good for those with Psoriasis or Eczema. They are all very well-meaning and many of the diets are helpful. There are Keto diets, Gluten-free diets, and many others; some of which are conflicting regarding how well they work. Some people find that certain foods worsen their symptoms or that others improve skin inflammation.
But, none of these diets provide any lasting relief for those of us with either Psoriasis or Eczema. At best, they provide a temporary reprieve and relief from an outbreak. That is because no diet can replenish our bodies with the amount of minerals required to bring us back to normal levels, which is the main reason we have Psoriasis or Eczema.
For those with Psoriasis and Eczema, the following foods should be avoided according to many of the self-appointed “experts” on diets:
Needless to say, these diet restrictions are, at best, only partially achievable, if at all. By adding a restrictive diet to all the other supposed “remedies” that we’ve tried, it just makes our lives that much more depressing and aggravating. It seems like the diets that are referred to as “Heart Healthy” are also those that, we are told, are the best for both psoriasis and eczema sufferers.
Unlike diets, Psorclear was created to replenish the minerals that are clinically known to be required for normal skin growth and regeneration. AND it has been specially formulated to reduce and, in most cases, eliminate known side effects from occurring. Psorclear contains NONE of the following allergens: Yeast, wheat, gluten, soy protein, dairy, corn, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, preservatives, flavoring, lactose, nuts or nut by-products or caffeine. The minerals in Psorclear supplement your body with what you need in a much greater amount than can ever be achieved through diet alone.
With Psorclear, there are no special diet requirements either. So, most can continue to eat and drink as they normally do. It has been widely reported that your physical size, aka BMI (body mass index), can have an effect on the amount and severity of the affliction. As we all know, it is always best to attempt to do the best to keep your weight under control. For many of us, that in itself is not an easy task.
You can read much more about psoriasis, eczema, and Psorclear on our website at psorclear.com.