Over ten years ago, I established a personal goal of getting my psoriasis to completely heal. At the time, I had no idea of what I needed to do in order to accomplish that goal, nor did I understand why my psoriasis had developed.
Today, not only do I understand why my psoriasis developed, I also know what I needed to do in order to get my psoriasis to heal. Traces visible to those around me that I ever had psoriasis disappeared about two years ago. As of March 1, 2014, evidence that I ever had psoriasis appears on less than 1 percent of my body. It is no longer a matter of if, it is only a matter of when my psoriasis will be completely healed.
As a self-educated layperson when it comes to the treatment of psoriasis, I now want to share the knowledge I have gained with others who either have psoriasis or know someone with psoriasis. If I can get my psoriasis to heal, I’m confident others can.
Had I been open to the idea of making major changes to my diet, the process of getting my psoriasis to heal would have been much more straightforward. Unfortunately, I had spent years developing tastes for foods that I was now being asked to remove from my diet. Eventually I proved to myself that the recommended dietary changes would indeed help my psoriasis heal. I also discovered a colon-cleansing program that directly treated the underlying causes of psoriasis. Finally, I had an approach that not only helped my psoriasis to heal, but also provided me with the dietary wiggle room I so desperately needed.
The results that I have achieved from my dietary and life-style changes have exceeded my expectations. Not only have these changes resulted in healing my psoriasis, but my overall health has improved as well. Chapter 10, My Other Health Issues, includes discussions regarding the improvements I have experienced with respect to my blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, and weight. This chapter also includes discussions about the properties they have in common with psoriasis.
I discovered the information that I needed to get my psoriasis to heal in the following four books: “Healing Psoriasis, The Natural Alternative”, “The pH Miracle—Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health”, “Conquering Yeast Infections—Chronic Illness and the Candida Connection”, and “The Probiotics Revolution”. Chapter 4, My Reference Books, includes a brief discussion about each of these books, their respective authors, and the topics that link these books together.
How the information in each of these books complements each other and relates to my psoriasis, its cause and its cure, is discussed in Chapter 5, Pulling It All Together.
The topics discussed in Chapter 6, Underlying Issues of Psoriasis, include: Acid/Alkaline Balance, Antibiotics, Candida albicans (Yeast), Die-Off Reaction, Leaky Gut, Stress, Sugar, Toxins (discussion includes internal toxins), and Trigger / Contributing Foods.
In the past, I have only measured my success by visually observing the overall condition of my psoriasis. Recently, I realized there are ways to evaluate the internal changes that have occurred as a result of what I have been doing over the past few years. These internal evaluation methods and the progress these methods have revealed are discussed in Chapter 11, What I have Learned about My Psoriasis.
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