Posted Wed 29 Jul 2020 7.46am by JenJens

I have had a thought today, since I joined Slimming World some 2 years ago, my consumption of eggs has gone up, sometimes eating 2 a day (having more protein to cut down on carbs). I am thinking of cutting right back having seen something on Google re eggs and psoriasis. Has anybody got any thoughts on this?

Posted Fri 31 Jul 2020 3.01pm by OhNo_NotAgain?

I recommend you simply try it and see if you observe any changes.

I have never found any dietary change that affcts my psoriasis one way or the other, but many people say thatthey have. But what seems to make a positive difference for one person does not do so for another - as with many of the medical treatments.

I cannot see too much of a downside for you to reduce or cut out eggs for one month and see what happens.

1 Posted Mon 3 Aug 2020 7.30am by Slarty60

I'm not surprised that eggs can be bad for P

Especially after seeing 'The truth about the egg industry' by Erin Janus on YouTube.

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