Can food allergies cause psoriasis?



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    Yes, food intolerances (not always allergies) and psoriasis have been linked. Food antigens mature Langerhans cells, and cause antigen-producing cells to make their way to the lymph nodes. The antigen-producing cells and naEFev T-cells interact, which eventually causes T-cells to dominate. Upon reaching the skin, these T-cells cause the inflammation known as psoriasis. All of this is linked to food in the first place.

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