Healing Diet Quick Guide
Your Healing Diet: A Quick Guide to Reversing Psoriasis and Chronic Disease
We at DermaHarmony are proud to offer Your Healing Diet: A Quick
Guide to Reversing Psoriasis and Chronic Disease with Healing Foods,
by Deirdre Earls, RD, LD, as part of our DermaDetox™ and DermaEssentials™
kits. A psoriasis sufferer herself,
Ms. Earls had undergone years of treatment for her condition, often with terrible
side effects and little success. Faced with the choice to take chemotherapy drugs
to help her psoriasis, Deirdre decided to strike out on her own and investigate
other, more natural approaches to healing. She quickly discovered through research
that diet often plays a large role in the severity of the disease in psoriasis patients,
and decided to try changing her own diet in order to heal her psoriasis. After six
months her psoriasis had improved dramatically. Several years later she decided
to write a book to share her experiences. [Order Now]
In short, easy-to-read chapters, Earls stresses the importance of whole foods as
the core fuel your body needs to reduce inflammation and function properly. She
emphasizes fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, and suggests commonsense ways to
add fish, whole grains and nuts as a regular part of the diet as well. Although
highlighting the benefits of this diet for psoriasis sufferers, Earls notes that
this diet offers benefits to anyone interested in making a positive change! And
making change doesn't have to be an overwhelming venture—check out this sample
psoriasis diet meal plan.
Whereas most dietary books are long on theory and short on practicality, Earls recognizes
the difficulty we all face in including healthy choices in our everyday lives. Most
of us are constantly on the go, and have limited ability to spend long hours researching,
preparing, and shopping for food. This book makes it easy to make good choices!
The dietary guide offers lists of not only foods in their natural states such as
fruit that are the obvious choices for "convenience foods," but also prepared foods
found in many grocery store chains. She also includes a section on restaurants so
that you can still enjoy an evening out and adhere to your diet!
Deirdre Earls is a certified Registered Dietitian and virtual poster-woman for the
healing diet. Having opted to pursue a dietary approach rather than chemotherapy
drugs to reverse her own disabling disease, Deirdre now puts her 25 years of dietetic
experience to good use, helping others experience the healing power of food in the
midst of busy lifestyles. Her consultations, lectures, and books are designed to
help others understand how to implement a sustainable healing diet anytime or anywhere
on the path to remarkable results. For more information please visit
Deirdre Earls is also available for personal consultations.*
Deirdre Earls has taken much of the guesswork out of an often daunting decision—to
completely change your diet. Your Healing Diet: A Quick Guide
to Reversing Psoriasis and Chronic Diseases with Healing Foods is available
through DermaHarmony for the same price listed at Amazon.com: $11.95 plus $4.95
shipping and handling.
At DermaHarmony™ we are thrilled to include Deirdre
Earls's book FREE as part of our DermaDetox™ and DermaEssentials™ kits.
*Deirdre Earls is not an employee of DermaHarmony. We provide this link to her website
for informational purposes.
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Inverse psoriasis is found in skin folds such as the armpits, groin, under the breasts, around genitals and the buttocks. Inverse psoriasis is more common in people who are overweight and people with deep skin folds where friction and sweating occur.
Plaque psoriasis is the most typical form of this skin condition—4 out of 5 people with psoriasis have plaque psoriasis. The technical or scientific name for plaque psoriasis is psoriasis vulgaris (vulgaris means "common").
In pustular (PUHS-choo-ler) psoriasis, blisters of noninfectious pus appear on the skin. Attacks of pustular psoriasis may be triggered by medications, infections, stress, or exposure to certain chemicals.
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Principal Authors: M. Smith, Nurse Practitioner
& K. Kastelein, Editor in Chief
Date of Publication: 10/18/2006