The Outbreak of Psoriasis

Around the world, 125,000,000 people suffer from psoriasis, a chronic skin condition that comes and goes but is never completely cured. The cause is believed to be a malfunctioning immune system.

Overactive T cells that normally protect the body begin attacking healthy skin cells. The result is thick, scaly, red patches of skin that can itch or burn.

A psoriasis outbreak continues until this skin condition is treated. And then inflammation activates another cyclical onset.

The Inflammatory Side of Psoriasis

The T cells that are activated to help heal a cut on the skin are a vital part of the body’s inflammatory response. The redness and sensitive skin eventually disappear.

The opposite occurs in psoriasis because T cells create chronic inflammation and the visible, unpleasant symptoms. Among patients with psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis is common and creates chronic joint pain along with the skin disorder.

In fact, inflammation has been tied to a number of debilitating conditions. Consuming foods that give the body nutritional defense to reduce inflammation has been shown to be an effective way to combat these conditions.

Anti-Inflammatory Greens

When you take AIM nutrition such as the juice powder of young barley plants in BarleyLife, you are giving your body concentrated greens that help to keep inflammation in balance. Greens are naturally anti-inflammatory, which is why vegetables are so important. And BarleyLife, LeafGreens and other AIM whole-food powders can be a healthy part of an anti-inflammatory diet for those with psoriasis.

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The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Herbal Fiberblend and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

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