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While vitiligo treatment does not cure the disease, it does ease the appearance of it. There are several treatment options for vitiligo, but none of the options are specifically for the disease, rather treatments for other skin conditions that happen to work on vitiligo.
Whereas there is no “vitiligo diet” per se, there are several dietary changes you can make to prevent vitiligo, boost your immune system, and slow the profession of the disease.
Foods to consume:
Foods to avoid:
The key difference between the above foods is that the foods on the avoid list contain anti-pigmentation properties that can make the disease worse.
Vitiligo leads to pale skin that is sensitive to the sun’s harmful rays. Regardless of the severity of the disease and the stage that it’s in, those with Vitiligo need to wear sunscreen at all times. Yes, even if it isn’t a sunny day. It’s recommended that people with this disease use at least 50 SPF daily to protect against the sun’s rays.
Using conventional treatment methods
The reason for this final point is simple, there aren’t any guaranteed conventional treatment methods for treating vitiligo. It’s best to use natural methods of treatment or treatment for vitiligo or methods that are a bit obscure but have proven themselves.
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