1. Adrianne McLane at |

    When I get rid of salicylic acid in my diet my psoriasis goes into remission. If I go further and remove wheat my scalp psoriasis disappears. Doctors treat me like I’m insane.

    1. Slave Malinin at |

      So they can put you on medication and portrait you in a way nobody would listen to you so they can earn more money.

  2. lunches at |

    This is a topic which is close to my heart… Take care! Exactly where are your contact details though?

    My web site … lunches

  3. Jasmine at |

    I too create customized anti-inflammatory diets for people, but my 3yr son has stumped me. He has psoriasis and has a sensitivity to fruits, nuts, peanuts, coconuts, gluten, soy, dairy, corn and eggs. After looking over and over his food charts, it dawned on me that it is a possible salicylate sensitivity. After googling it, I came across this post and I feel like you may have confirmed my motherly intuition. We have an appt with an allergist at the end of the month, but it makes sense. Even after having organic ketchup (which he loves) his cheeks get more red and scaly. Your post is timely and I am glad you wrote about it.


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