Archive | Mar, 2011
If you have been doing your research on Psoriasis, you then must have at least once in your research come across Dr Pagano’s cookbook and the alternative method Dr Pagano offers for healing Psoriasis.
About Dr Pagano
Dr John Pagono, a Chiropractor, researched natural management and healing methods for skin conditions, namely Eczema and Psoriasis. The system Dr Pagano developed is more than 10 years old. The book, Healing Psoriasis the Natural Alternative, has been a best seller in Amazon for a very long time. Dr Pagano has been invited to speak at the World Psoriasis Conference organised by the National Psoriasis Foundation in 2001. Following the success of the book, Dr Pagano worked with professional chefs for 6 years and developed a cook book for Psoriasis sufferers.
Healing Psoriasis – The Natural Alternative
To date, 60,000 copies of the book Healing Psoriasis: The Natural Alternative have been sold. We will not go into the content of the book. Instead read the forum threads on www.inspire.com. Inspire.com is the forum for the National Psoriasis Foundation. What’s amazing is that there are actually some success stories from some psoriasis sufferers. Another story by Jeff Watters on the hub pages is also heart warming.
Dr. John’s Healing Psoriasis Cookbook
- Basic Principles behind the regimen. Building a Foundation with lists of foods that are to be consumed or avoided, etc.
- Photographic Portfolio, 16 pages in color, showing remarkable results obtained on several patients who followed the regimen, especially in regards to food selection.
- Over 300 kitchen-tested recipes that include: Soups & Salads, Fish, Fowl, Lamb, Vegetarian, Side Dishes, Desserts, Beverages and a 14-Day Sample Menu plan.
- Eye on Nutrition – latest facts and figures for all nutrition minded people.
Dr. Pagano has found that it is not unusual for the entire family of a patient to follow the diet with equal satisfaction after having done so. The loss of unwanted extra pounds and revitalization of their entire system are among the health benefits often experienced by those who follow the regimen.
Where to buy
The most reliable place to buy these books is at Amazon.com. The reason we say this is because you always have a money back guarantee on the purchase and delivery. You also have the opportunity to resell the book should you feel you have finished with it.
As these books are only paperback and hardcover (not eBook), you can sometimes find them being sold in access of $200. We suggest that you find the look through Amazon to find the best deal.
We believe that if you follow the methods and diets carefully, you will see a change in your Psoriasis condition. Unfortunately you will lose the great unhealthy fun stuff like drinking alcohol, smoking or eating fatty lean red meat. But think about it. Leaving these “great” habits are only good for you, regardless of your P.
Why does drinking beer increase the risk of psoriasis?
Researchers believe the stronger link may have to do with the fact that beer uses starch for fermentation–usually barley. Wine uses fruit, and although liquors such as vodka use starch for fermentation, typically that starch has been separated from the liquor during the distillation process.
One in 12 women and one in 20 men in the U.S. will develop some sort of autoimmune disease in their lifetime, according to new estimates. Inflammatory autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), are relatively common conditions, especially among adults aged 50 and older. Researchers say the risk of developing an autoimmune disease depends on a number of factors, including age and gender, but until now there hasn’t been an easy-to-understand average risk over a person’s lifetime for adults in the U.S.
The results suggest that one in 28 women (3.6%) and one in 59 (1.7%) of men will develop rheumatoid arthritis, the most common autoimmune disease, in their lifetime. The second most common autoimmune disorder in the study was polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) with a lifetime risk of 2.4% for women and 1.7% for men.
“We estimated the lifetime risk for rheumatic disease for both sexes, something that had not been done before,” researcher Cynthia Crowson, a biostastician at the Mayo Clinic, says in a news release. “Prevalence and incidence rates existed, but prevalence figures underestimate individual risk and incidence rates express only a yearly estimate.” Researchers say the risk of autoimmune diseases changes at every age, but the results can serve as a guide in counseling people regarding their overall risk of these conditions.
New RA Risk Estimates
The study, published in Arthritis and Rheumatism, determined the average risk of developing one of seven of the most common autoimmune disorders over a person’s lifetime, including: rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, psoriatic arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, giant cell arteritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and Sjögren’s syndrome.
Researchers based their estimates on the number of autoimmune diseases diagnosed between 1955 and 2007 among 1,179 residents of Olmstead County, Minn., and then extrapolated their results to the general population.
Overall, researchers estimate 8.4% of women (1 in 12) and 5.1% (1 in 20) of men will develop some type of autoimmune disease in their lifetime.