Background: Psoriasis is a non-infectious chronic inflammatory disease of skin characterized by well-defined erythematous plaques with silvery scales having chronic fluctuatory course affecting both sex and different age groups. In India, its prevalence varies from 0.84% - 6%. Psoriasis can be correlated to different varieties of (Skin diseases) like or due to the resemblances of signs and symptoms. The etiological factors explained for can be classified as and. Each plays an important role in the manifestation of the disease. As Ayurveda emphasizes as the first line of treatment to treat a disease, so it is essential to prevent the manifestation of the disease and further to check the progression of the disease through and which the unique contributions of Ayurvedic science are. Aim & Obective: The objective of this review is to assess dietary factors which play a role in psoriasis. Discussion: The risk of dietary factors & their interactions in psoriasis is discussed. Conclusion: In this review, dietary factors which play a role in psoriasis are assessed and their potential benefit is evaluated.
Keyword: Psoriasis, Kushtha, Pathya, Apathya, Ahara Vihara, Sadvritta.
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