This article talks about psoriasis arthritis fruit diet. According to a book on curing psoriasis, individuals who experience psoriatic arthritis symptoms should avoid the nightshade family that includes tomato, potato, peppers and eggplants.
Other diet which helps clearing psoriasis is high vegetable and fruit juice diet. If you experience a flare-up in psoriatic symptoms, this diet is part of the healing process. However, according to a candida sufferer who happens to have psoriasis problem too, vegetable and fruit diet she took gave her a flare-up-like symptoms that had gone worse and worse and it depressed her.
The main concern about a high fruit diet is that many individuals with candida have reactive hypoglycemia. Too much fruit can lead to blood sugar to drop like a rock.
Also, most candida sufferers have difficulty with gas and too much fruit can make them quite gassy as well.
Fruit is absolutely off limits on a candida diet. The only ones allowable in strict moderation are the berries and avocadoes as they are low in fructose. Someone made a post that candida simply feeds refined sugars, not natural ones (like the fructose found in fruit). This is incorrect. All yeasts feed from sugar of any kind –it makes NO difference if it is a “natural” or “refined” sugar.
Avoid all simple sugars when on a candida diet, this includes fructose . I’d even curtail intake of the starchier vegetables like winter squash, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and carrots. Parsnips and carrots, are very high on the Glycemic Index so they cause spikes on your insulin levels, not a desired thing with candida.