I’m thrilled to announce the launch of my new book
How To Treat PPP Naturally: Put Your Palmoplantar Pustular Psoriasis In Remission And Get Your Life Back In 90 days
I wrote this book because I used to be struggling with PPP but thankfully been cleared from this disease for the last three years without a single outbreak,
My book is the result of me spending hours of studying health and nutrition to find a way to restore my non functional immune system and to found a solution to heal myself from this painful and life destroying disease naturally. After implementing everything I learned along my journey, I successfully manage to heal myself from PPP.
If you want to treat your PPP naturally and if you read my blog posts and other platforms focusing on how to heal autoimmune disease by repairing your immune system, you probably have an idea of what you need to do. The key is to focus on the below steps. I'm going to keep it short and precise.
Bust the stress
Find ways to reduce and manage stress. Do something that relaxes you every day – yoga, meditation, calming music, or even just a hot bath. Seriously you need to remove stress in your life to successfully beat PPP.
Cut the crap
Avoid all processed foods and sugary fizzy drinks. Stop eating sugar. Cut the carbs, and work toward improving gut health. Stop eating gluten!
Invest in good quality supplements. Your body needs good probiotics, zinc, vitamins D3+K2, magnesium.
Juice it up
Adopt a daily juicing regime to give your body all the vitamins and minerals it needs to rebuild and heal. Stick with the greens for maximum impact.
Learn how to cook nutritious and healthy meals that don’t include gluten and sugar.
Just say no
Cut down on alcohol and smoking. Drugs are a definite no-no.
Just say yes – to exercise!
Exercise daily. Go for walks, practice yoga, go swimming. Get active, your body will thank you.
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1 . Why is it so difficult to diagnose Palmoplantar Pustulosis?