5:2 diet helps reduce skin symptoms in Psoriasis patients

(Say Communications) New research investigating for the first time the effects of modified intermittent fasting (MIF) on the skin of people with psoriasis has yielded promising results. Preliminary study findings presented today at the EADV Spring Symposium, show a significant reduction in scaling and thickness in patients with mild psoriasis after following a MIF 5:2 diet (eating normally for 5 days and restricting calorie intake on 2 non-consecutive days).
Source: EurekAlert! - Medicine and Health - Category: International Medicine & Public Health Source Type: news