Guest Blog: 3 Helpful Tips to Soothe Psoriasis Effects

Wednesday, 18 January 2017


You may already know that skin is the biggest organ of your body that covers all your internal organs. Similarly, any ailment or issue with your skin can disturb your entire being. Hives, acne, and eczema are common skin conditions. Among others, irritating and unpredictable, psoriasis is one of the most persistent and baffling forms of skin disorder. It typically occurs on the elbows, knees, and scalp. However, it can also affect the palms, torso, and soles of the feet. Doctors recommend getting early diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible to prevent its chronic consequences. Adopting a healthy lifestyle, avoiding certain items affecting your wellbeing and consuming a balanced diet along with taking medication as prescribed by an experienced doctor may cure almost any illness or health disorder. I have come up with three simple ways that may help someone with psoriasis as follows:

1. Eat Healthy

What you eat plays a significant role on your health. A balanced diet consisting of juicy fruits and fresh vegetables is the best way to live a happy, healthy and fulfilled life. Moreover, diet may play a huge role in managing and reducing the effects of psoriasis.

Fish and seafood

Fatty fish such as mackerel, sardines, salmon, and albacore tuna are enriched with omega-3 fatty acids that are fundamental for a healthy diet. Fish oil improves the immune system and reduces inflammatory effects, which is overactive in people suffering from psoriasis. Therefore consuming fish at least twice a week would be a great idea.

Blue Berries

These not only work as an anti-inflammatory tonic, but also delivers fiber, manganese (good for your bone health), and vitamin C. Other fruits with anti-inflammatory properties include mangoes, figs, and strawberries.

Turmeric

Herbs are commonly utilized to heal various conditions. Turmeric may help minimize psoriasis effects and can be taken with medication or sprinkled on your food or in supplement form.

Garlic

Garlic is loaded with natural antibiotic properties, and you must have used it in your soup when you have had a cold. Moreover, it may also prove effective for psoriasis patients. Because it is a lipoxygenase inhibitor that stops the activity of enzymes which are responsible for inflammation.

2. Say No To These Items

Certain foods and beverages may aggregate the effects of psoriasis. Your physician might ask you to reduce or stop the consumption of following items:

Red Meat

Arachidonic acids in the red meat can worsen the symptoms of psoriasis because these can easily be transformed into inflammatory compounds. Therefore, reduce consumption of red meat and processed meats including bacon and sausage.

Junk Foods

Junk foods are loaded with elements that can promote skin inflammation. Moreover, these add to your overall body weight. Studies suggest that patients with psoriasis have an increased risk of heart problems and vascular diseases. Being overweight intensifies the risk.

Alcohol

Many patients with psoriasis have reported harmful effects of alcohol consumption. A study published in NCBI has shown an increased risk of developing psoriasis among US women who take non-light beer.

3. Stay Away From Fragrances and Artificial Beauty Items

Most perfumes and soaps are formulated with dyes and chemicals with artificial fragrances that may irritate your skin. Though these smell good; they can inflame psoriasis as well. Avoid such products whenever possible, or, choose those that are labeled with “sensitive skin”. Application of beauty creams and lotions available in the market can also harm your skin and worsen the condition. Consequently, always seek your doctor’s advice before using any of these items.

We all have control over our health with the choice of food we eat, and lifestyle that we adopt. Though psoriasis is a chronic skin condition, the sufferer can prevent and reduce its consequences by avoiding items that may reinforce its effects such as consumption of junk foods, red meat and alcohol, and application of artificial beauty items and fragrances on your skin. Stick to a healthy diet that is enriched with anti-inflammatory and skin health promoting properties, such as fresh vegetables and juicy fruits including fish, seafood, blueberries, garlic, and turmeric.


Author Biography:-
Mool Manoj Khatri is a Freelance Writer and weekly contributor at Scrub Point, He loves putting creative ideas on paper, and reading blogs related to innovation in medical technology.


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Bits & Bites #161 - Business: Learn then Share and Make Money

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Please email askfuiping@gmail.com if you're looking for a Partner to do Shuang Hor Business.
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Seminars is a place where we Learn and Teach. It is a platform to grow our business. The Flipchart is the most convenient and effective way to introduce Shuang Hor products and business. If you regularly attend trainings for 2-3 months, you will know the benefits and functions of most of the products. The information is presented in a structured and organised manner, and therefore easier to absorb. This is your time to learn, so grab hold of every opportunity.

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We share information and educate you to know how to make the best use of the products. We never force you to buy. We strive to make people feel comfortable and feel that they can also do what we do - genuinely wanting people to benefit from this opportunity.

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Why do we prefer to invite friends to meet in Shuang Hor office, instead of meeting in restaurants and cafes?
Because the environment is such that there is no distractions.
Why is that important?
So our friends will feel more Relaxed, more Focused and less Defensive thus creates more Trust.
We can engage more productively.

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What is the difference between buying your health products from an MLM company compared to a pharmacy?
In MLM business, we give a lot of knowledge transfer to our consumers, such that the consumers know what are the side effects, ingredients, benefits etc of each product they buy. Compare this to a pharmacy or sinseh - do you get much product education? No.
That's why there's no product loyalty when buying from pharmacies. There's nobody to service the consumers and make sure they really benefit from the products.

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Shuang Hor company has acquired 3 strong accreditations to give its consumers and business partners more confidence in the company's products and business. The 3 accreditations are:

(i) GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)
(ii) Health Food Control Act 1999 under Taiwan Health Ministry for Immuno-Regulatory Function and Liver Protection Function
(iii) ISO 9001:2008 Quality Assurance.

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This post is part of a weekly series sharing Bits of mishmash on health, my business and life in general, which I find inspirational, enlightening or enriching. And Bites of delicious food I have enjoyed.

Drop me a mail at askfuiping@gmail.com if you want more tips on how to successfully achieve your goals. 

Have an awesome day!

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Exclusive: Seminar by Dr Hseu Ruey-Shyang: Part 6 - Lingzhi and Liver Protection Function

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

This is the final part of Dr Hseu's lecture on "Lingzhi and Modern Medical Science"..


When we eat and drink and breath as part of our metabolic activities, we inevitably introduce into our inner system some substances that are undesirable, something that we call "rubbish metabolites".

Where are these metabolites processed?
They are processed in the liver. Being one of the largest organs in our body, liver is also the most important detoxification plant. Almost everything that cannot be further broken down is eventually processed in the liver. When this ultimate detoxification centre  takes in something that it cannot deal with and causes havoc in it, it becomes ill, which is generally manifested as hepatitis.

Hepatitis takes on one of 3 forms:

1) Virus hepatitis 
This is infection by hepatitis A, B, C, D or E virus. Each of these infects the body in a different mode. While some are transmitted through the mouth, others through blood transfusion etc. Whatever the mode of infection, they invariably lead to inflammation of the liver.

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Exclusive: Seminar by Dr Hseu Ruey-Shyang: Part 5 - Lingzhi for Immune Modulation

Sunday, 8 January 2017

This is a continuation of Dr Hseu's lecture on "Lingzhi and Modern Medical Science"..


Everyone longs to be healthy and remain healthy.
What is the first line of defence of our health?
It is the immune system in us. This is the system that protects our body and guards our inner environment against the invasion of external threats. It helps us to fight against contagious diseases and reduce the population of variant cells, or cancerous cells. At times, however, our immune system can also over react and trigger allergic responses.

We are able to continue with our daily activities because we have this immune system to constantly ward off the attacks of pathogenic bacteria from an external source. Such being the case, learning how to fortify our immune system or to strengthen our immunity is the first option towards alternative approaches of attaining optimal health.


Our immune system is made up of specific and non-specific immune cells which are circulating in our bloodstream and in other body fluids, on the look out for foreign bodies or abnormal cells. Complement or addiment protein is a unique kind of protein present in our blood serum. It is commissioned with the special task of "labelling". Whenever it stumbles across bacteria of external source or abnormal cells it will imprint labels on them indicating that they are undesirable or harmful elements. These labels will attract the phagocytes, natural killer cells (NKC), neutrophils and other immune cells to gobble up, confront, attack and destroy those undesirable or harmful elements hence preventing further damage done to the body.

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Exclusive: Seminar by Dr Hseu Ruey-Shyang: Part 4 - Government Definition of Lingzhi

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

This is a continuation of Dr Hseu's lecture on "Lingzhi and Modern Medical Science"..


What is the precise definition of Lingzhi? What exactly does Lingzhi mean?

Dr Hseu had the opportunity to attend the 7th National Medicinal Fungus Convention held in Xiamen, China in 1998. It was called Medicinal Fungus, which was referring to fungus that have medicinal functions. This would include Lingzhi, cordyceps sinensis, Yun Zhi etc. However, three quarters of the thesis that were discussed during the convention were mainly focused on Lingzhi. Therefore, it can be seen that the level of importance attached to Lingzhi has not fallen since 1960s on applications to human body even until to-date. At the end of the convention, the final concrete conclusions drawn were announced by the Chairman - Lingzhi possess the following practical medicinal effects:

1) For cancer patients with tumour growth in their bodies when undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy, it can work as an auxiliary remedy. In other words, the incorporation of Lingzhi in radio or chemotherapy can help achieve better therapeutic results, more stable conditions of the patients, and even an increased chance of recovery and survival.

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Exclusive: Seminar by Dr Hseu Ruey-Shyang: Part 3 - 10 Therapeutic Effects of Lingzhi

Sunday, 1 January 2017

This is a continuation of Dr Hseu's lecture on "Lingzhi and Modern Medical Science"..


From what Dr Hseu has shown us about the 4 main active-ingredients of Lingzhi in Part 2 - Major Constituents of Lingzhi, he has compiled the top 10 therapeutic effects of the representatives of Red Ganoderma - G.Tsugae and Reishi.

He has only listed 10 main therapeutic effects because the medicinal properties of Lingzhi are wide-ranging and not yet exhaustive.

1) Lingzhi imparts analgesic (pain relieving) and calmative (mind relaxing) benefits to the central nervous system. This function is derived from Adenosine.
What is the basis of this finding?

Through experiments conducted on mice. Mice are always hyperactive. However, having been administered with Lingzhi, they would sleep quietly. This is even better than sleeping pills as it could calm the mind in a beneficial way. 


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Exclusive: Seminar by Dr Hseu Ruey-Shyang: Part 2 - Major Constituents of Lingzhi

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

This is a continuation of Dr Hseu's lecture on "Lingzhi and Modern Medical Science".

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How the Active Constituents in Lingzhi were Discovered

During the 1950s and 1960s, the Chinese had made use of various Lingzhi formulations, which were prepared either by liquefying Lingzhi or by concocting it with alcohol. The local folks used these preparations as healing remedy for all kinds of ailments. This was a common medicinal practice that was adopted by the China folks during 1950s and 1960s, which was later recorded and reported in articles or documentary records. When scientists from other countries subsequently read such records, they were impressed by the various therapeutic functions of Lingzhi, and fascinated by its miraculous effects in treating cardiovascular diseases, respiratory illnesses, disorders in liver functions etc. They recognise that Lingzhi possesses unique features that are exclusive to its own and therefore began to engage in systematic study on Lingzhi.


The first constituent of Lingzhi, polysaccharide, was found and extracted from G.Applanatum by Japanese scholars in 1971. Why was it from G.Applanatum and not Reishi? The reason is that in 1971, artificial cultivation technology of Lingzhi was not fully developed yet, therefore extraction of Lingzhi was mainly done from wild-grown Lingzhi. G.Applanatum were more easily found in the wilderness in comparison to Reishi, therefore it was widely used in Lingzhi researches.

In 1979, Chinese scholars have successfully discovered macromolecular polysaccharide in Lingzhi.

Subsequently in 1982, Japanese scholars had successfully extracted triterpenoids. or ganoderic acids from Lingzhi. There is an interesting story behind the discovery of triterpenoids. Japanese like to eat sweet stuff, while Lingzhi is bitter in taste. Therefore, they racked their brains trying to get rid of the bitterness. When the bitter taste was successfully precipitated, the residue structure was brought to the attention of researchers specialising in cellular structure. This was how they hit the jackpot of triterpenoids discovery.

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