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“…Of the total number of patients, 67% reported weight change, of which 58% claimed weight gain and 42% claimed weight loss. Coincident data were found in a study carried out in Botucatu/Southeastern Brazil with 94 psoriatic patients, in which 40% were overweight, 48% obese and 12% were eutrophic (POLO et al, 2020).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 77%
“…Of the total number of patients, 67% reported weight change, of which 58% claimed weight gain and 42% claimed weight loss. Coincident data were found in a study carried out in Botucatu/Southeastern Brazil with 94 psoriatic patients, in which 40% were overweight, 48% obese and 12% were eutrophic (POLO et al, 2020).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 77%
“…Diet plays an important role in the treatment of psoriasis [ 28 ]. According to the pathophysiology of the disease in PM, nutritional and herbal recommendations and lifestyle modifications can be used to treat the disease and prevent recurrence [ 17 - 20 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Similarly, an energy-restricted diet intended to enhance the intake of omega-3 and decrease omega-6 PUFAs improved the metabolic profile and increased the responsiveness to immunomodulating treatment in obese psoriatic patients [ 73 ]. Regardless of whether the role of the diet in modulating the gut microbiota in psoriasis patients is not fully understood, considering that psoriasis patients usually tend to have a hypercaloric diet rich in processed foods, saturated fats, sugar and sodium with low nutritional quality and a high inflammation profile [ 77 ], it is essential to consider modifying dietary habits among these patients as an adjuvant therapy to the immunomodulating treatment.…”
Section: Gut Microbiome-targeted Therapies For Psoriasismentioning
confidence: 99%