New research suggests increasing vitamin D intake could reduce symptoms of the chronic inflammatory skin condition psoriasis.
An autoimmune, chronic inflammatory skin disease characterized by thickened, red skin with silvery scaled patches, psoriasis affects between 2 and 3 percent of the world’s population. Orthodox medicine has no satisfactory cure for this disease, which means patients are essentially only offered lifelong symptom management via the use of multiple drugs. However, these medications inevitably carry the risk of side effects.
In contrast, illustrating the safety and effectiveness of the Cellular Medicine approach to psoriasis, the Dr. Rath Research Institute has published an impressive case report of a 36-year-old woman who had suffered from a severe form of the disease since she was 22. Prior to her adopting the Cellular Medicine approach, the disease was present everywhere on the woman’s body except for her face. She had been using topical creams for 14 years with no significant improvement.
While continuing her usual treatment, the woman improved her dietary habits and began taking a specific micronutrient combination that included vitamin C, lysine, proline, and other micronutrients in synergistic proportions. Within just six months, her psoriasis had completely healed. To learn more about the impressive benefits of micronutrients in psoriasis, read this article on our website.