(The Best Years in Life) Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that affects 80 million people around the world. It presents itself with round red dry patches on the skin that are often itchy and subject to cracking, blistering, and bleeding. Psoriasis can be a direct result of what is known as Leaky Gut Syndrome, a condition where the intestinal lining is damaged. Toxins and waste are then able to penetrate through the intestinal walls into the blood stream, and circulate throughout the body. The liver and kidneys become unable to effectively eliminate these poisons, and this results in the body attempting to remove them through the skin. This process triggers an autoimmune reaction which can lead to a number of problems, examples of which are abdominal bloating, excessive gas, cramps, fatigue, joint pain, neurological disorders, and skin conditions.