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Your Candida Rash may be Psoriasis


I have spent the last 8 years trying to treat what I thought was Candida skin rash. I was wrong. It was indeed Psoriasis. I have literally wasted thousands of dollars on every Nutritional Supplement,Medicine,Herb, Probiotic and Diet

What Dr. Cowan said struck a chord with me. They will support two theories about the cause of a condition or disease, and only allow discussion of those two theories, when it is actually a third thing is the cause, and they know it.
This is the case with Psoriasis. They have two theories:

The skin is overproducing cells for an unknown reason.
The Immune System is attacking skin cells for an unknown reason.

These are kind of like opposites, which shows they push a lot of bullshit.

There is only one thing you need to know. Psoriasis is a Vitamin K2 deficiency. You need the MK4 form to cure your Psoriasis. You need to stop eating commercial meats. Beef, Pork and Bacon are loaded with Antibiotics that destroy your Vitamin K2 producing gut bacteria. Chicken is treated with Chlorine which also destroys your gut bacteria. Never ingest Sucralose.
It is Definitely a nutritional problem. Here is how I learned to cure my Psoriasis. I had it on my scalp and temple, on my butt and crotch, on my palms and left armpit. My research revealed the following:
Psoriasis is not accelerated growth. It is not an autoimmune disorder. Skin cell differentiation requires Calcium in each layer of skin. What is the white crust we see in psoriatic skin? Biopsy of psoriatic skin shows a buildup of Calcium. There is a gradient of the majority in the lower layers going outward including the epidermis. Why is there Calcium buildup? Something is keeping the Calcium Ion Channels from opening. The Calcium is needed for normal skin production. It is not going where it is intended to go.
COMMERCIAL MEAT is causing Psoriasis.
We get a good amount of Vitamin K2 from our gut bacteria. However, Commercial Meats are loaded with Antibiotics that destroy these nutrient providing bacteria. So we have a shortage of K2.
VITAMIN K2 OPENS CALCIUM ION CHANNELS. Research that and " Antibiotics in Meat". Never ingest Sucralose, it is made with Chlorine.
If you have Psoriasis, Stop eating commercial meats, buy organic meat, or go vegetarian. Eggs are good because they have K2. Eat fermented foods and fiber to restore your gut biome. I also quit consuming tap water because of the Chlorine, Fluoride, Arsenic etc.
MK4 is the form of K2 that is used by our tissues. You can find High Dose MK4 (5000 mcg) Buy it, take as directed.
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Calcium--a central regulator of keratinocyte differentiation in health and disease https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25514792/
Calcium channel blocker exposure and Psoriasis risk: Pharmacovigilance investigation and literature data https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32646689/

I believe they know the real cause but want to continue causing it and make tons of money on treating it with expensive medicines that do not ever cure it.

About a year ago I read the Wiki for Vitamin K2 and it said in capital letters "VITAMIN K2 OPENS CALCIUM ION CHANNELS" It no longer has that information. I have searched PubMed and everywhere, and can't find it. If anyone else remembers seeing it, please confirm. If you are a Biologist, it would be great if you could test MK4 Menatetrenone to confirm it does open Calcium Ion Channels.

I have found these Wiki atricles:
Notice below - TRANSMEMBRANE GLA-PROTEINS

Carboxylation of these vitamin K-dependent Gla-proteins, besides being essential for the function of the protein, is also an important vitamin recovery mechanism since it serves as a recycling pathway to recover vitamin K from its epoxide metabolite (KO) for reuse in carboxylation.

Several human Gla-containing proteins synthesized in several different types of tissues have been discovered:

Coagulation factors (II, VII, IX, X), as well as anticoagulation proteins (C, S, Z). These Gla-proteins are synthesized in the liver and play an important role in blood homeostasis.
Osteocalcin. This non-collagenous protein is secreted by osteoblasts and plays an essential role in the formation of mineral in bone.
Matrix gla protein (MGP). This calcification inhibitory protein is found in numerous body tissues, but its role is most pronounced in cartilage and in arterial vessel walls.
Growth arrest-specific protein 6 (GAS6). GAS6 is secreted by leucocytes and endothelial cells in response to injury and helps in cell survival, proliferation, migration, and adhesion.
Proline-rich Gla-proteins (PRGP), TRANSMEMBRANE GLA-PROTEINS (TMG), Gla-rich protein (GRP) and periostin. Their precise functions are still unknown.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin_K2

Gla domain

Vitamin K-dependent carboxylation/gamma-carboxyglutamic domain is a protein domain that contains post-translational modifications of many glutamate residues by vitamin K-dependent carboxylation to form γ-carboxyglutamate. Proteins with this domain are known informally as Gla proteins. The Gla residues are responsible for the high-affinity binding of calcium ions. Wikipedia

Transmembrane channels (This is what Calcium Ion channels are) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmembrane_channels
 

 
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