SP finds relief with Turmeric and CoQ10

[SP Posted this on The Keto Rash Facebook pageWhile I’ve tried turmeric before, the one I like is Thorne Research’s Meriva, a formulation that binds curcumin (the active ingredient of turmeric) to a phytosome for enhanced absorption, I personally didn’t find it helpful with keto rash when I had it.  I haven’t tried the CoQ10 before, so that may be something to explore if/when the rash returns.]

So I got keto rash on my back and between my breasts. I exercise daily and it started to spread rapidly. I read that it was due to inflammation. I know that turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. So I started taking a turmeric supplement daily alongside a multivitamin and CoQ10. The rash stopped and is clearing up. No new spots anywhere! Hope this helps someone as I combed the web incessantly looking for a “cure” other than exiting ketosis.

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