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Psoriasis 90% recovered

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by BenJenkins, Apr 28, 2021.

  1. BenJenkins

    BenJenkins New Member

    Hi All, I'm new to the forum but have been following Jacks work for years.

    I've had Psoriasis and Eczema since I was a small child (I'm now 38), over the last year it has pretty much cleared up. If I don't get good sleep or have a weekend of not so good food it does start to come back but I can now quickly clear it up again within a few days. I didn't start to see significant improvements in my skin until I started working from home (when covid hit) as this allowed me to spend much more time outdoors and have more of my skin on show whilst doing so.

    I still have work to do however, I'm still suffering badly with my Sinuses and intermittent hayfever. I'll be looing at tuning my diet to address these.

    I'm also hard wiring my home office rather than using wifi to minimize EMF and only have natural light shining into my office during the day.


  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Your vit D=????
    cortisol profile
    DHEAs level
    Total testosterone level
    fasting insulin
  3. BenJenkins

    BenJenkins New Member

    I got my Vitamin D tested at the end of our last winter and it was 78 nmol/l, I still had some psoriasis at the time but it has gone since getting plenty of Sun in the spring and summer (I'm in the southern hemisphere) so I suspect my D level is higher now. I don't take any D supplements.

    Thanks for the suggestion, I look at getting those other tests done.
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold



    I think B5 is highly responsible for skin problems.
    (also b5 supplements are not working)(personal experience)
    this helps (at least raises b5 on test):

    Last edited: Apr 30, 2021
  5. BenJenkins

    BenJenkins New Member

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