- Fish oils help to reduce inflammation of psoriasis eruptions and calm the immune system.
- Omega-3 fatty acid is abundant in fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and tuna.
- Psoriasis is also linked to a higher risk of heart attack and stroke; it’s a good thing to eat fish at least twice a week.
Carrots and squash:
- Carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, spinach, and broccoli fight skin inflammation.
Nuts and avocados:
- Include polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats in your diet. They are found in nuts, vegetable oils, avocados, soybean oil, walnuts, and flaxseed.
- Stay away from saturated fats and Trans fats, which will increase the risk of increasing body inflammation.
- Garlic has antibiotic properties and may be useful for psoriasis. Garlic is a lipoxygenase inhibitor, which means that it can help stop the activity of enzymes responsible for inflammation.
- Eliminating gluten from their diet helps improve psoriasis symptoms. Gluten is a protein, which is found in wheat, rye, and barley.
- These proteins cause damage to the intestinal lining and trigger an immune response. If you want to eliminate gluten in your diet, try it sincerely for at least three months.
Avoid Junk Food:
- Junk foods contain saturated and Trans fats, refined starches and sugars, which promote inflammation and make skin symptoms worse.
- Brown rice, quinoa and some cereals are a gluten-free way to add more fibre to your diet. This can help reduce inflammation and offer better blood-sugar regulation.
- You can also add legumes such as beans or lentils to improve daily fibre content in your diet.
- Alcohol can trigger psoriasis outbreaks by increasing skin inflammation.
- Alcohol can also interfere with your daily doses of medicines and hinder how well your medications are working.