This is Rachel, with Nutrolution, in Miami
Beach, Florida. In this clip, we’re talking about foods to eat if you have psoriasis,
and also what is psoriasis. So, psoriasis is actually a skin condition, and we don’t
know exactly why psoriasis occurs, but it is relatively common, and kind of its sister
skin condition is called eczema. So, I put these two in the same category when it comes
to nutritional modalities to help, and some of the most important keys that I focus on
with my patients that have one of these two conditions is number one, eliminating toxicity
from the diet, so eliminating dairy, eliminating gluten. These are inflammatory foods that
add toxicity and sometimes manifest as skin conditions. Also, just reducing sugars altogether,
and taking an anti-yeast protocol with the intestines and also systemically. And then,
one of the things that I also always do with my skin psoriasis patients is to increase
the Omega 3, and also the Omega 6 fatty acids. So, this is an example of your, whoops, of
your Omega 3 fatty acids, and this is a fish oil. It’s wonderful, it’s pure. And also,
increasing the other fats from your diet in the forms of olive oil, almond oil, nuts,
seeds, avocados, and so on. This is Rachel, with Nutrolution, in Miami Beach, Florida.