Many people suffer from inflammatory conditions and autoimmune diseases, such as psoriasis, all their lives, never realising that they can be completely reversed through some dietary shifts. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease where skin cells multiply up to 10 times faster than normal. It is one of the most baffling and persistent of skin disorders according to Web MD. Not so baffling when you understand the root of it! Most doctors do not know how to heal psoriasis because they are not trained in nutrition. The root of psoriasis is….inflammation. And our modern Western “healthy” diet is causing many of us to be inflamed without knowing it – or at least, we don’t realise that we are inflamed because we don’t listen to the conditions from which we are suffering. If you have a skin condition, this is your body’s way of communicating with you, that you have something out of balance beneath the surface.
Coming from a family of eczema and asthma sufferers, I know too well, how frustrating skin conditions are. For the most part, my eczema has gone. Diet has had a massive part to play in that. I had no idea that my conventionally “healthy” diet, was far from healthy.
Think of inflammation as this: It is your body’s immune system going into defence. It’s an immune system response to what it perceives as an attack on it. That’s it. When anything enters the body that your body doesn’t recognise, it perceives it as a foreign invader. Now think about what you might be consuming that your body may regard as a ‘foreign invader.’ If you were your body, and you took a really hard look at what you ate, removing all the conditioning from our media, news, culture and society, can you think of some things that as humans, we really ought not be consuming? A clue is anything that is a chemical, processed or packaged or man-made. Another clue is drinking milk from another mammal which is specifically designed for that mammal to grow fast. And one final clue is: to not consume anything that has been altered by humans. This last one is not so obvious. There are more.
Check out this podcast interview, which is just 10 minutes long. You’ll hear Adam talk about 3 dietary shifts that enabled him to completely clear up his psoriasis, in a very short period of time. He suffered for decades!!
1.40: Adam explains that he was diagnosed with psoriasis around 6 or 7 years old. All sorts of dermatologists would prescribe different creams that never worked
2.15: He went on an anti-inflammatory diet and cut out 3 main culprits
1.25: Psoriasis over a short period of time magically disappeared.
2.56: He has not had psoriasis for 7/8 years
3.00: Tried different drugs from different dermatologists
4.30: His typical diet
4.40: Anti-inflammatory protein shake
5.10: His amazing dessert – vegan chocolate ice cream and secret ingredients not so secret now
6.18: Anti-inflammatory ice cream
7.14: He explains again that he suffered from psoriasis his whole life until about 7 years ago
7.47: His favourite micronutrient blend
8.00: Why he quit drinking cow’s milk
8.55: How his energy levels and overall health improved a lot as well as his psoriasis clearing up
9.34: Additional health benefits of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle
Additional episodes for the Mojo Fit Podcast include:
- Episode One: Healing Multiple Sclerosis with Kerri Van Arsdale
- Episode Two: Healing Chronic Pain With Anahita Anais
- Episode Three: Healing Fibromyalgia With Alex Riggs-Miller
- Episode Four: Healing Crohn’s Disease With Allegra Cohen.
Let me guide you! Join my inflammation solution program here and have a 1 month free trial!
Metformin is a drug prescribed to sufferers of type-2 diabetes to help regulate their blood sugar levels. Here you’ll learn about the ...
Recently I got ill for the first time in about 4 years – a full blown cold. I decided something was ...
Today I interviewed one of my new favourite people, Krisstina Wise, Founder of Wealthy Wellthy. I went to see her at ...
In Episode 5 of Skin Food Body Love: Festival Foods & Immune Support, Coleen and I show you how to prepare ...
In this Facebook Live interview I held today ...