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Psoriasis, the right foods

Psoriasis and diet for skin problems


Psoriasis and diet, what to do? The United Nations World Food Program has just been awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. This program, created in 1963, aims to fight hunger by improving peace conditions in conflict zones. In addition, it aims to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war. The actions of the WFP (World Food Program) affect more than 83 countries. To raise awareness, WFP launched World Food Day.

Because LM Natura wants to believe in a more balanced world. Because the actions proposed by the WFP against hunger are accessible and good for our health. We therefore offer you an article dedicated to diet and good attitudes in the event of psoriasis or skin diseases. Psoriasis cannot be cured. However, it is possible to reduce the symptoms. In this context, LM Natura maintains that a healthy lifestyle must accompany any treatment. For this, we invite you to discover our Detox & Zen capsules.




Food in 2020: observations and facts

Malnutrition is gaining ground around the world

malnutrition and dermatologyAccess to healthy, regular food has worsened since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Where in 2019 there were 680 million people suffering from hunger, estimates are now at 690 million. Faced with this planetary crisis, the UN is concerned about the growing ranks of people without access to food.

Do you know the cost of malnutrition in the world? The impact of trying to overcome micronutrient deficiencies, undernutrition, but also overweight and obesity is approximately 3 trillion dollars each year. here is a awareness video produced by the UN on the occasion of this world day.


Lack of diversity in the world's diet

Only 9 species of plants provide more than 60% of global and total agricultural production! And yet! There are at least 30 varieties of edible plants in the world. These are the alarming figures recorded by the UN. This fall in biodiversity in food production leads to the disappearance of species and plants. At the same time, the FAO emphasizes that ¾ of the world's harvests depend on pollination. But bee colonies are in great danger almost everywhere on the planet. So what are the solutions for everyone to act at their own level?


Acting for food and diversity

Choose diverse and healthy foods for the well-being of your body

Varied diet for skin healthA well-known adage still applies. A healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle contribute to a healthy life. Who says healthy lifestyle, says healthy lifestyle. And there's nothing like a healthy diet when you suffer from skin disease or other health problems.

A varied diet is better for our body. It is also for the environment. It promotes biodiversity. Be careful though, this doesn't mean that you can no longer eat two pasta dishes a week! To act together, it is enough for everyone, at their own pace, to try to change their habits.

Psoriasis and food: choosing local and seasonal products

This advice is widely communicated. It seems assimilated, and yet... It is still possible to buy grapefruit in the heart of winter. (Discover our article on the benefits of grapefruit). Mangoes from Guyana bring joy to some people in spring. Pieces of coconut in trays can be found all year round, in any season. No one is to blame for their purchases.

Let's just try, whenever we can, to keep the good of the planet in mind. Buy fresh, locally grown foods. Buying local supports regional farmers. The local economy encourages the diversity of plantations. It reduces the carbon footprint. Same thing for seasonal products. So the tomatoes will no longer need to take the plane…

Here is an example of fruits and vegetables for this month of October:

Be careful, cabbage is in the spotlight this month! Discover thethe virtues of cabbage.

Furthermore, wherever possible, the WFP invites us to join initiatives promoting a positive message. But it also supports development initiatives.


Psoriasis and food: the diet to follow

Eczema, psoriasis and food, what to eat? Diversified diet for skin health

The link between psoriasis and stress or anguish, no longer needs to be proven. But what about the link with food? No miracle diet exists for psoriasis. However, studies highlight the positive or negative effects of certain foods. Eating habits must be taken into account among the internal triggers of psoriasis. Obviously, we all have our own tolerance and relationship with food.

Psoriasis is a chronic disease. A balanced and appropriate diet can therefore play a crucial role in managing symptoms. Diet can also limit the severity of cases of psoriasis. It can help reduce inflammation.

Foods rich in omega-3 are beneficial thanks to their anti-inflammatory effect. We can mention fatty fish (such as salmon, mackerel and sardines). Flaxseeds and walnuts are also beneficial. Leafy green vegetables, like spinach and kale, are rich in antioxidants and vitamins. They can thus support skin health.

Colorful fruits and vegetables are also recommended. These include berries, carrots and peppers. They have a high content of essential nutrients. Foods containing probiotics, such as yogurt and sauerkraut, can help balance gut flora. They help reduce inflammation.

On the other hand, the consumption of more whole grains is encouraged. Each patient reacts differently to foods. It is therefore essential to keep a food diary. It will help identify potential triggering factors.

Finally, an anti-inflammatory diet allows you to slow down the inflammatory process.Consult a healthcare professional or nutritionist. This will provide personalized advice tailored to each patient. The severity of the skin condition will be taken into account.

What makes psoriasis or eczema worse?

Psoriasis and food. What foods should you avoid?

In the case of psoriasis, studies show that certain foods worsen symptoms. Some can even trigger inflammatory flare-ups. Hence the importance of avoiding certain foods. Adverse skin reactions will be minimized. Just like the risks of psoriasis flare-ups.

Foods high in saturated fat can contribute to inflammation. They may increase the symptoms of psoriasis. These are actually bad fats. Fatty meats, red meats, full-fat dairy, and fried foods contain bad fats. Additionally, processed and prepackaged foods often contain additives, artificial colors, and preservatives. They can trigger allergic reactions. The relationship with the condition of the skin is direct.

Refined carbohydrates, such as baked goods, white bread, soda, and candy, can also cause blood sugar fluctuations. They can worsen the severity of psoriasis. Foods containing high levels of omega-6 fatty acids, such as corn and sunflower vegetable oils, may also be detrimental for people with psoriasis.

Finally, each individual reacts differently to foods. It is important to note this. It can therefore be useful to keep a food diary. Specific potential triggers can thus be better identified. Remember the importance of consulting a health professional or nutritionist. Their personalized recommendations will take into account individual needs and the severity of the skin condition.

Psoriasis and alcohol

Alcohol and sugars, to avoid for skin health

When it comes to psoriasis, it is recommended to limit or even avoid alcohol consumption. Alcohol can make psoriasis symptoms worse in several ways. It can increase intestinal permeability. The severity of psoriasis can result from this. First, it can increase general inflammation in the body. This can then trigger or intensify the risk of psoriasis flare-ups.

Additionally, alcohol may interfere with the effectiveness of psoriasis medications. It can reduce the effectiveness of a treatment. Alcohol can also negatively affect the immune system. Hence the worsening of inflammatory reactions in the skin.

Additionally, alcohol is often dehydrating. Its excessive consumption can lead to increased dryness of the skin. The phenomenon can be even more harmful for people with psoriasis. Alcohol can also impact sleep quality. Sleeping well is essential for managing psoriasis. Stress and fatigue can indeed trigger or worsen a flare-up.

Consequently, it is recommended to limit, or even completely eliminate, alcohol consumption in cases of psoriasis. The risks of complications will be minimized. Effective management of the skin condition favored. It is always best to consult a healthcare professional. Obtaining specific advice tailored to each individual situation is important.


Detox and Zen capsulesA healthy diet alongside natural treatment of skin diseases

Food supplements

LM Natura offers natural care. They contribute to relieve psoriasis, itching, scales and redness. But this disease does not present any prospect of cure. Only the symptoms can be improved or even eliminated. The Pso Natura range of treatments aims to relieve the symptoms of psoriasis. Within this range, our laboratories have developed Detox & Zen Capsules. They act directly on the causes of psoriasis. Nothing better than a detox cure to soothe our intestines, our digestive system. In addition, the capsules help soothe the nervous system.

The Detox and Zen Capsules are composed of black radish, turmeric, artichoke and blackcurrant flowers. These ingredients aim to relieve the digestive system. For soothing the nervous system, they also contain lime tree, lemon balm, rhodiola rosea and escholtzia.


What vitamin for fight against psoriasis?

Although there is no definitive cure for psoriasis, certain vitamins can help improve quality of life. Often, vitamin D supplementation is recommended.

Vitamin D supplementation plays a key role in regulating the immune system. Indeed, it has anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin D supplementation can reduce inflammation. It also acts on skin irritation associated with psoriasis. Moderate exposure to sunlight is also beneficial. It naturally increases vitamin D levels in the body.

Additionally, vitamin A, in the form of retinoids, can be used. It helps slow the excessive growth of skin cells. It promotes the reduction of the thickening of psoriatic lesions. However, it is important to consult a dermatologist or healthcare professional before any vitamin treatment. Excessive doses may have adverse effects. Each patient responds differently to vitamins. It is therefore essential to find the right approach based on individual needs.


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