Posted By Bradshad (North Providence, Rhode Island) on 06/25/2012
I believe my psoriasis is a digestion issue in which my body is not breaking down the extremely healthy foods I'm putting in. I currently revolted a little bit but am back on track. Even when the psoriasis was clearing my bowel movements were not normal (not formed etc) and still was a lot of stomach gurgling as well. The pain form the arthritis or anklosying spondylitis still existed as well with no relief on that end.
So I called a doctor friend of mine who referred to another paid assasin. My doctor friend thinks my stomach is not creating enough acid to break the food down. Sounds interesting so I booked the appt. and I'm gonna get blood work and etc. done.
Please if anyone has any insight that would be great. Im sick of being in pain. Also I just went back on digestive enzymes, but as with most supplements they usually don't do much. Thanks desperate Brad. Also if this helps I did the master cleanse for a few days back six months ago and my skin completely healed in that short time. Once I ate again it came back really quickly. Pain was gone also.
Replied by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 06/26/2012
Since you also have digestive problems I also think it is highly likely that you have candida with associated pathogen problems. You also have arthritis which can also be associated with candida problems.
If you have a lack of stomach acid then taking betaine hydrochloride with pancreatin enzymes at mealtimes will help your digestion. Regularly supplementing Sea Salt or Magnesium Chloride will also help your stomach acid production.
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