The skin is your largest and most visible organ. It is therefore a good indicator of health in general. Vitamin shortages are often indicated by skin problems. Classic clinical deficiencies of riboflavin (B-2), niacin (B-3), vitamin A and vitamin C all result in skin disease. At the very least, psoriasis patients should be urged to take a good multivitamin daily.  Everyone knows that it can’t hurt, but not everyone knows how much it might help.  Additional vitamin A is best taken as non-toxic carotene, which is in vegetable juices such as carrot juice. A B-complex supplement provides a balance of all B-vitamins, ensuring safety. Vitamin C is also non-toxic, even in very large doses. In our overfed but undernourished culture, vegetable juice fasting and dietary supplements make sense to try. There is no medicine on the market as safe as these.

Medicine deficiency does not cause psoriasis, but nutritional deficiency might.  Source:

  1. VITAMIN A – 
  2. VITAMIN B-2 –
  3. VITAMIN B-3 –
  4. VITAMIN C –
  5. VITAMIN D –
  6. VITAMIN D-3 –

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