Author Topic: Granuloma annulare  (Read 1042 times)

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Granuloma annulare
« on: Monday November 20, 2017, 11:55:33 PM »
I have had GA for the last 2 years and I have decided not to treat it because I have been told it is only cosmetic. But, I have been trying to figure out what causes it and I think it is related to food allergies or gut bacteria. I have read glutton free diet has helped people cure their "spots" as I like to refer to them as. Has anyone noticed a change with their GA with a change of diet?

I think there is a correlation how sugars affect gut bacteria, gut bacteria affects an autoimmune function, which might activate GA. What do you think and does anyone have any experience in this.

My GA suddenly appeared after a few months of drinking a mostly liquid veggie juice diet without a lot of fiber. I have been reading about why the lower gut needs fiber and how plant fibers feed these lower gut microbes.