Traitement du psoriasis par la lécithine marine
Treatment of phospolipides by marine lecithin
The present study shows for the first time the interest in a food supplement containing marine phospholipids of wild pelagic fish extracts, rich in omega 3 for the treatment of psoriasis. Thirty patients with all types of psoriasis, with lesions having evolved for an average of ten years, sometimes between 20 and 30 years, took 400 mg per day of these phospholipids for a period of 4 to 6 months. In parallel all other treatments were stopped. The results are evaluated by the PASI score and photography. On average all the lesions regress in 2 to 3 months and heal in 4 to 6 months. Various hypotheses are evoked to explain this remarkable action, the phospholipid deficiency in the psoriasis or the acceleration of their consumption in the lesions. The phospholipid contribution compensates for their degradation by the pro-inflammatory phospholipases. This observation is a preliminary study and will be supported by a double blind study. It should lead to the formal indication of this type of complement in psoriasis for human and economic reasons.
Psoriasis, Phospholipids, Food complement, Lecithin, Omega 3