Alcohol and diet control of psoriatic arthritis symptoms

Posted Thu 18 Apr 2019 11.17pm by wendyloish

Just a quick post for those of you considering diet as an alternative to medications. My diet, FODMAP, allows consumption of the following:-

beer, gin, vodka, whiskey, red and white wine, including sparkling and sweet wine.

Only rum and sticky wine are not allowed. And of course certain fruit juices like mango are out.

The diet is for irritable bowel syndrome, but for me it has worked to eliminate my psoriatic arthritis and spondilitis symptoms.


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