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Psoriasis, treat with HCl and SCDiet

Sunday, April 25 2004 - Filed under: General


Psoriasis is probably caused by endotoxins (toxins from intestinal bacteria) which leak through the intestines into the blood. These toxins are then excreted through the skin, causing skin problems.
People suffering from psoriasis seem to have low bile acid release in the intestines. Bile acid neutralized the endotoxins.
Treatment is two-fold:
* Starve the intestinal bacteria with the SCDiet ( ) and replace with friendly bacteria using strong probiotics in the form of SCDiet Yogurt
* Use HCl (Hydrochloric acid) with each meal to increase stomach aciditiy which triggers bile acid release in the intestines

Full story with references:
I know three people (one of which is my brother's girlfriend) who have psoriasis and I've tested all three of them with the Reams RBTI.
The one striking resemblence was that all three of them had low nitrate nitrogen (urea) levels in the urine.
This indicates poor protein digestion/metabolism or too low protein consumption.

In such cases it is recommended to use HCl (hydrochloric acid) and raw eggs to improve the urea levels.
Today, I searched the web for some more information on psoriasis and I found this very interesting, Hungarian study:

I also found an article which states that in a Swedish study 30 of the 33 participants (all with psoriasis) reacted very favorably by eating a gluten-free diet.
The SCDiet would even have better results I think. and:

Here is some more interesting information on using HCl:

I've collected the links together in this place:

More on endotoxins:

I think a combined treatment would be the best approach to treat psoriasis:
* The SCDiet
* HCl supplement with each meal (Solgar sells Betain Hydrochloride with Pepsin for example)
* Coconut oil (both topical and consumption) and fish oil (consumption) can help also

Perhaps the SCDiet alone is already powerful enough.
Any results from members of this discussion group ?

I found this one testimonial on psoriasis here:

But I'm not sure if the psoriasis was put in remission together with the Colitis.
If anyone knows this, that would be great.
It's this one: From: I.S., Brooklyn NY, Subject: Thank you!, Date: Thursday 10 Oct 2002

Thanks in advance for your replies,

The Netherlands

Update June 25th 2004
Here's a very interesting page:

This man was able to get rid of his psoriasis *and* arhtritis by going on a paleolithic diet, which ofcourse is compatible with the theory above.
However, he further on also noticed exactly *which* foods would trigger his psoriasis. He says Psoriasis is perfectly avoidable by staying away from heated carbohydrates, which form Acrylamide, and from citric acids like in most soda pops and also in ascorbic acid.
He also says to stay away from nightshade foods.
What remains is practically a paleolithic diet !

''Psoriasis should be renamed Calcium Protea,
a much better descriptive word than psoriasis (itch as is). Calcium Protea is exactly what is happening.''

I'll look up what exactly Calcium Protea means to give a better explanation of the above.
Keratinisation: Organic process by which keratin is deposited in cells and the cells become horny (as in nails and hair)
Protea: Any tropical African shrub of the genus Protea having alternate rigid leaves and dense colorful flower heads resembling cones
Photo of such a flower:
Protease: Any enzyme that catalyzes the splitting of proteins into smaller peptide fractions and amino acids by a process known as proteolysis
''Acrylamide is the trigger for psoriasis (calcium protea) and a lot more''

Research Centres around the World have found that Acrylamide is formed when Glucose (natural sugar found in most foods) is heated with Asparagine (Amino Acid Asparagine also found naturally in foods)''

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