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What Are The Best Vitamins For Psoriasis — 8 Comments

  1. Hi there John,

    Thank you for this magnificent article and site! as a life long sufferer from the age of 12 I have struggled with this condition and refuse to use steroid based creams and ointments as they have a tendency to redden skin. I had no idea about natural solutions and I must investigate those, particularly vitamin D and retinols.

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Derek, and for sharing your experience with psoriasis. I hope that you have found what suites you best for your skin condition.

      If you have been reading the comments’ section of my articles you will have seen that I very often encourage people who have skin issues to first start to go on a diet and to take regular Dead Sea salt baths, I personally believe that these two will already do a great job, then, if need be, to start investigating other natural treatments.

      I wish you the very best of health!

      John ツ

  2. It is so important that we do all that we can to maintain good health. It is just so amazing how our diet affects our body, eating healthy is a must if we are going to stay in tip-top shape. What you are sharing here is really amazing and will really help your readers especially those that face this issue. It so amazes me how healing is in what we eat.

    • Thanks very much for your comment on “What Are The Best Vitamins For Psoriasis” Norman. Nice seeing you on my website again and thanks for registering for my updates.

      You are quite right when saying that “we are what you eat”. One does not have to wait to have some health problems in order to go on a diet.

      I like to recommend one of my earlier articles to my readers for which I have received many positive reviews. I thought that you might like to read it too: How To Treat A Psoriasis Naturally. Let me know what you think.

      I wish you the very best of health!

      John ツ

  3. This information is very useful to me!
    I have struggled with psoriasis since i was 13. I still remember when it started developing in my hands and neck, i tried some special ointments for a while, but the ingredients and side effects of them were worse than i thought, i started getting rashes and my skin isn’t healing properly..i still have a few noticeable scars.
    I did notice that whatever i ate had a big impact, but i wasn’t sure what made it get better so i’m very happy to come across your post. I need to focus in increasing my vitamin intake.
    BTW, is there any vitamin C supplement you could recommend? Turns out i’m very allergic to citric acid, so sadly i can’t enjoy oranges or any of that fruit family 🙁

    • Thanks very much for reading my article on “What Are The Best Vitamins For Psoriasis”, and for sharing your personal experience Arlet. I see that with time you have managed to keep your psoriasis under control, as we normally do when we listen to our body. Each one of us have a very different way of reacting to what we eat and drink, so there is not one remedy that fits all, but one thing for sure is that you are what you eat, and that goes for all of us and for every condition. This is why I always recommend to everyone who ask me for a way to get rid of their psoriasis is to start with a proper diet and to apply a specific essential oils mixture. This could be a good alternative if you are allergic to citric acid, although, not only citrus fruits contain vitamin C, example, apples, cabbage, broccoli, melon, asparagus, cauliflower and more fruits and vegs have them too.

      I wish you the very best of health.

      John ツ

  4. Great educational post! I do not suffer from psoriasis, but do have severe food allergies. I am a huge believer in a holistic approach to life. Years ago I was introduced to the Weston A. Price Foundation who identified that deficiencies in vitamin A, D and K are responsible not only for psoriasis conditions, but also autoimmune issues. The idea that we can heal ourselves with food is becoming more prevalent orthodoxy.

    • Thanks for being an avid reader of my blog Stacy. You have been well directed by the Weston A. Price Foundation regarding your food allergies and I hope that your problem has now been solved. Thanks for sharing this as it might be of interest to some of my readers.

      I do agree with you when it comes to taking care of our body with what nature has provided us. One article that I have written a while back and which I like to remind my readers about, is “A Skin Disorder Diet“, you might find it useful too.

      I wish you the best of health Stacy.


      John ツ

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