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Foods That Aggravate Psoriasis


If you suffer from reoccurring psoriasis flare-ups—an autoimmune disorder characterized by rapid skin cell growth that triggers scaly, inflamed, red patches of skin to develop—you may ponder if dietary changes could soothe your symptoms.

The good news is that many medical experts and patients have found that avoiding certain foods on this list can lessen psoriasis outbreaks…

1. Red Meat

According to Healthline.com certain high-fat foods, such as red mea, have been linked to heightened cholesterol and worsening joint pain. This is because foods that are high in saturated fats, are also prone to inducing inflammation.

In addition to red meat, foods high in saturated fats include cheese, butter, and deep-fried delights. Instead, stick to a mostly plant-based diet and for protein, up your consumption of nuts, seeds, and fatty fish for a boost of inflamatory-blasting omega-3 fatty acids.

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