Lupus, difficulty in diagnosis

Lupus  is a poorly defined, poorly diagnosed, and poorly treated disease. Lupus attacks the connective tissue (the glue of the body), primarily affecting the skin (lupus erythematosus ). It becomes more serious when it affects the organs, where it is termed systemic lupus erythematosus. There is no known cause. It affects primarily the skin, joints, kidneys, nerves, blood, and mucous membranes. Many but not all lupus sufferers have a characteristic "butterfly" rash on their face over their … [Read more...]

Ending the Heartbreak of Psoriasis

Start with the obvious. Trash your standard American diet and eat a healthy Mediterranean diet  with plenty of raw whole foods. There are dozens of great books on the Mediterranean diet. I like Low Fat Lies. Another great one (especially if you are diabetic) is The GI Mediterranean Diet by Lindberg. Next, start your first liver cleanse. Perform a liver cleanse with fresh beets, lemon juice, olive oil and water. This will help your liver regain its ability to keep your blood clean and … [Read more...]

Psoriasis Heartbreak

If ever there was a condition for which the catchy medical phrase was appropriate, the heartbreak of psoriasis is it. If you suffer from psoriasis, you know what I mean. Psoriasis resist most all medical treatments save those that are so powerful and dangerous they cause cancer. Most creams, salves, lotions and potions fail to provide any long-lasting relief. And most all "holistic" products turn out to be dismal failures. But there is hope for you if you have psoriasis. Underlying Causes of … [Read more...]