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I’ve just started up a blog to share my journey, experience and stories of psoriasis

I have also found that by using my blog to share my journey with psoriasis it has enabled me to talk and share information with other psoriasis sufferers, which I have found warming and comforting. Lemme say this first: I’m just a gal, sharing my experience, and what I’ve learned. I’ve never told my gf story on my blog, but i post gf recipes. She has started a gluten free diet around two weeks ago, headaches have gone, foggy feeling has gone, no longer anxious and dizzy. COMFORT BITES BLOG. The thing about healing any condition is that everyone’s journey is different, even if they’re healing the same thing. I asked four AIP bloggers, who are all using diet and lifestyle to heal psoriasis, to talk about their healing and share their experiences and what effect, if any, the autoimmune protocol has had on their psoriasis. Kat: I’ve been doing AIP for just over 2 years. I would say that my nails started clearing up within a month but while my skin started improving, it didn’t stop spreading and cracking for at least a couple months.

I've just started up a blog to share my journey, experience and stories of psoriasis 2Blog with us. Opening up about my psoriasis has been the best thing I’ve done. But since opening up and starting my blog, this past year has been the biggest turning point in my journey with psoriasis. At first my skin got worse then it started clearing up. I was too scared to be just me. Share your experience with your condition and help other readers! Today I want to write about my journey with vitiligo, a skin disease affecting no more than 2 of the population and known for turning Michael Jackson white. Give up wheat, dairy, alcohol, and processed sugar. One thing a lot of people don’t know about me is that I’ve been living with two autoimmune disorders for almost of my life. I will warn you that this is a long post, but I couldn’t think of any ways to share this story without just getting it all out at once! I hope I can find some people who can relate to this journey, and maybe even my learnings will help someone else!. My journey with Psoriasis started when I was 18 and living in the dorms.

My diet growing up may not have been gluten-free or Paleo, but my mom believed in butter, our dairy was grass-fed, our eggs came from a local farm, and we ate almost entirely whole unprocessed foods, including fish we caught ourselves fresh from the ocean and vegetables we grew in our garden. But the tests (TSH and T4) came back normal (albeit just barely) and my doctor never pursued it further. This is when I was diagnosed with early arthritis and scalp psoriasis. I love your blog and recipes. Almost a year ago I embarked on the journey of blog writing. I knew that I would receive no remuneration for writing, only the opportunity to share my story and create a space on the web for the psoriasis community to interact. During this past year I’ve often felt inadequate in my quest to address issues psoriatics and their caregivers might want to hear about. At times I ran out of ideas, just didn’t know what to write about. Sign up for the free Healthy Skin newsletter! In every podcast episode, I ask my guests to share their personal healing story before we dive into the podcast topic, but there s something especially inspiring about the episodes that are dedicated 100 to healing stories. She found Terry Wahls’ Ted Talk and the Phoenix Helix blog, and changed her diet in January 2014. She had psoriasis for 25 years before she started the AIP in 2013.

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I would love you to share my website with friends and family who need some help with weight or health issues. I’ve had success just having fat at bedtime it acts like cement all night long. When I started my journey to health 15 months ago, my goal was to bring my blood sugar levels down within a normal range. I have joined this group so I can share my success story using a low fat vegan diet. My psoriasis just melted away and thirty three weeks in to my journey I am pretty much clear bar a few pin prick spots. I would like to open up peoples minds to the possibility though. I’ve started making turmeric, ginger and cinnamon teas to counter joint pain and inflammation but I’m in huge pain, barely mobile and very weak. One morning I woke up and noticed a few, strange red bumps on my arms bug bites, I thought. I’ve had Psoriasis before but nothing this excruciating. Just put yourself in my shoes for a second and imagine your skin completely shifted gears on you over the course of one week, and the only answer that you get from a professional with a foreign-sounding name, holding an iPad, is meditation and belief. Definitely get started on meditation. I’m so excited about beginning my journey and I thank you SO much for being kind enough to share your ideas and knowledge and help strangers. I got one more real life story of psoriasis healing for you guys. While roaming around the Internet, looking for some psoriasis healing real life experiences, I found this cute little story shared by an Indian guy in his mid 30s. Roti is made up of wheat. I’ve recently started juicing for about 5 days today and I haven’t seen any difference in my skin so far guess it’s way too soon but I definitely feel healthier. My Journey to Health: From Low-Carb to Paleo to the Autoimmune Protocol. Bowel Syndrome, seasonal allergies, mild acne, scalp psoriasis and eczema. I had adult-onset asthma with inflammation so severe that I was coughing up blood. When I first started eating paleo, I ate 4-8 eggs every day. Thank you for sharing your story! I’ve had psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis for twenty years since the age of 28.

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I really did not know much about rheumatoid arthritis up until the time I was diagnosed. I wish to share some of my ups and downs as I continue my journey through chronic pain and debilitating inflammation. My favorite nehpew (he s the only one I ve got ) just got diagnosed with RA so naturally I started researching. They’re just too good to keep to myself any longer, so if your ‘skin cleared up,’ your child’s ‘asthma got much better,’ or you ‘lost lots of weight without even trying,’ please share your story with us. They’re just too good to keep to myself any longer, so if your ‘skin cleared up,’ your child’s ‘asthma got much better,’ or you ‘lost lots of weight without even trying,’ please share your story with us. So much in fact, that I recently started a blog dedicated to raw milk and everything real, unprocessed and the way nature intended! Check it out!!. I’ve just bought my 1st ever lot of raw, grass fed milk & cheese from a farmers’ Market here in Central London, UK. I’m sharing my path to healing in this 10 part series. It also scared me, as my mom dealt some sort of face rash in the decade leading up to her passing. My Psoriasis Journey. That’s a story for another day, but let’s just say that many aspects of my upbringing were less than idyllic, and that may have all played a role in bringing my physical problems to a tipping point. In the coming weeks, I’m going to share what I found out during my research looking for psoriasis causes, herbal treatments, alternative treatments, underlying conditions and how I’ve finally started getting my condition under control. I’ve had UVA laser, Methotrexate (in my opinion the worst stuff to ever have to take), Raptiva, and now I take Humaira. Just thought I would spread the news in hopes of helping others. If the psoriasis clears up I will re-post a comment to share the good news. My psoriasis started very slowly after menopause with one or 2 patches a year I thought were eczema whci would last a month or so then disappear.

Life took a few unexpected turns and I ended up moving to Belgrade (the capital of Serbia) for work. It’s a great city and I’m enjoying the experience, but blogging and psoriasis took a back seat there for a while. That’s not to say I’ve fallen off the healthy eating and green juice bandwagon; I just haven’t been OCDish about it as I once was. During my absence I’ve continued to talk to flakers through my Facebook page and email, and it’s been overwhelming how many of you have written in with thanks and stories of how my blog is helping. But this one psoriasis story cemented my faith in naturopathic medicine, and I used it to convince others of the the miracles of naturopathy. Anyway, happy to see you started the blog. Thanks for sharing your journey.