Expert shares the best 'anti-inflammatory' diet to curb symptoms of psoriasis


While Lamb recommends dietary changes to help manage psoriasis, the Psoriasis Association said there’s not yet been a “definite link” between diet and the skin condition.

“There has been some research in other inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, that suggests that eating foods that reduce inflammation in the body may be helpful,” the charity stated.

“There is no definite evidence to say that this works in psoriasis but, again, it may be an approach that some people find helps.”

New research has suggested that a gluten-free diet could help some people with psoriasis, the charity added.


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