Psoriasis Free for Life! How to Get Rid of Psoriasis Quickly!

Published: 09th October 2009
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Psoriasis Free for Life! Perfect Cure For Psoriasis!

Psoriasis free for life

Most doctors will tell you that there's no way to cure psoriasis, and they are in some measure right. However the question is not ' is there a remedy treatment for psoriasis?' Since we all know that psoriasis is an immune related issue ( T-cells, just like many other health concerns ), the question is...what must I do to correct my immune system issues...and if I do...will it cure my psoriasis? And the answer to that people, is YES. But long term ( one to 2 years ) definitely.
You Need To Understand Antioxidants...

We are bombarded by Free Radicals everyday. Poor eating habits, stress, and environmental conditions increase the amount of free radicals attacking your body on a cellular level and cause your cells to oxidize. Oxidized cells have been linked to premature aging of your skin, some forms of cancer and many other cellular malfunctions, such as T-cells gone wrong.

First, it's necessary to understand certain things about the immune system and T-cells. Now, not desiring to give you a complicated reason as Wikipedia does ( you can read it for yourself ), I'll keep it as simple as I know how. The immune mechanism is designed to protect the body against infections by bacteria, viruses and other bugs. It is truly a collection of replies that the body makes to infection. So it is commonly called the 'immune reply'. There are two main parts of the immune system.
Antioxidants is a classification of several organic substances, including vitamins C and E, vitamin A (which is converted from beta-carotene), selenium (a mineral), and a group known as the carotenoids. Carotenoids, of which beta-carotene is the most popular, are a pigment that adds color to many fruits and vegetables -- without them, carrots wouldn't be orange, for example.

Psoriasis free for life

The inbuilt protection we have from birth.

The in-built immune protection is called 'innate immunity'. These immune mechanisms are always prepared and prepared to defend the body from infection. They can act immediately ( or awfully quickly ). This built-in protection comes from...
The skin outside of the body and other lining tissues inside forming a barrier.

Mucus lining of the tum and lungs which traps invading bacteria.

Hairs which move the mucus and trapped bacteria out of the lungs.

Stomach acid which kills bacteria that have been swallowed.
helpful bacteria growing in the bowel which forestall other bacteria from taking over.

urine flow which flushes bacteria out of the bladder and urethra

White blood cells called 'neutrophils' which can find and kill bacteria and other infectious agents.
At the molecular and cellular levels, antioxidants serve to deactivate certain particles called free radicals. The oxygen molecule wants to be oxidized (remember that stuff from your chemistry class?), and this oxidation process can sometimes be carcinogenic. Free radicals are the natural by-products of many processes within and among cells. They are also created by exposure to various environmental factors, tobacco smoke and radiation, for instance.

Then there's the bought immunity.This is immune protection the body learns from being exposed to illnesses. The body learns to recognize each different sort of bacteria and virus it meets for the first time. The next time that bug tries to attack the body, the immune system is prepared for it and better able to fight it off. This is why you usually only get some infectious sicknesses once, for example, measles or chicken pox.

In the worst case scenario and over a long time period, such damage can become irreversible and lead to disease (e.g., cancer). This is where antioxidants come into play. Based on this can you guess what role antioxidants play in the maintenance of health?
B cells and T cells

The white blood cells concerned in the bought immune response are called 'lymphocytes'. There are two main sorts of lymphocytes - B cells and T cells. They must fully mature before they can help in the immunological response. B cells grown up in the bone marrow. But the juvenile T cells travel through the blood stream to the thymus gland where they become completely developed.

after they are completely mature, the B and T cells travel to the spleen and lymph nodes ready to fight infection. What does all this have to do with a treatment for psoriasis? Because researches are saying it's a T-cell disequilibrium of some kind... T cells gone wrong... So let's keep reading.

let's take a look at what B cells do. B cells react against invading bacteria or viruses by making proteins called antibodies. The antibody made, is different for each different bug. The attacker is then marked with the antibody so that the body knows it is threatening and it can be killed.

The B cells are part of the memory of the immune system. They can make their antibody more quickly than the first time the bug invaded.

What are antibodies?

They have 2 ends. One end sticks to proteins on the outside of white blood cells. The other end sticks to and helps to annihilate the germ or damaged cell. The end of the antibody that sticks to the white blood cell is always the same. So it is named the continual end. The end of the antibody that recognizes germs and damaged cells varies depending on the cell it is designed to recognize. So it is called the variable end. Each B cell makes antibodies with a different variable end from other B cells.

The helper T cells stimulate the B cells to make antibodies, and help killer cells develop. Killer T cells kill the body's own cells that have been attacked by the viruses or bacteria. This stops the bug from reproducing in the cell and then infecting other cells.

I can go on, and on and on... but I think you get the point! You can research more on antioxidants and free radicals online. But the bottom line is this... if you ever hope to cure your psoriasis you have to change, and we all no change is hard as it requires much discipline. Change what? You must go back to nature!

You will have to change your diet totally. It's not enough to say eat massive amounts of fruits and vegetables, as they must be free of bacteria and parasites. That means properly washed, unbruised, at all times. Supplement through juicing as many times a day you can. If you can't, supplement with a multi-carotene in gel form (high doses of vitamin A). This is the key to a cure for psoriasis.

I would suggest that you stick to the diet and supplements for now... as for most this will do the trick towards a cure for psoriasis.

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