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Have Psoriatic arthritis mainly in feet, ankles and knees. Does any food trigger these attacks?

hello I was wondering I am 42 years old and I have just been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis I have it pretty bad in my feet and ankles mainly as well as the knees I get really bad flair ups to the point of being bed ridden for weeks I have just been put on medication that I believe it is starting to help is there proof of any foods that trigger these attacks
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Unless you can subjectively see which food stuff is aggravating symptoms,there are many substances which you can watch on this link- and also on this link--
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