Lichen Sclerosus Diet: A Beginner's 3-Week Guide for Women, With Curated Recipes and a Sample Meal Plan (Paperback)
How the condition is acquired is still commonly unknown to doctors, but cases have been noted that it affects men and women, children and adults alike. According to a study, it is ten times more common in women than in men, prevalent in 1 out of 30 older women and 1 in 900 girls before they reach puberty. There is no cure to completely eradicate this condition, but there are several ways to make living with it bearable.
There are several treatments to alleviate the pain and discomfort caused by LS. Another way to support these treatments is to follow a diet program that will be beneficial to you, which is called the lichen sclerosus diet.
In this guide, you will discover:
- What lichen sclerosus is about
- How it affects people
- Symptoms and treatments
- What foods to eat and avoid when diagnosed with LS
Whether you're curious about this condition or are diagnosed with it and are trying to find alternative ways to deal with LS, this guide will be useful in providing that information.