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I suffer from a chronic immune disease. I came to Milena interested in how a change in diet could further improve my symptoms plus my overall health. The advice given by Milena has helped improve my symptoms and also increased my energy throughout the day. The benefits have been so noticeable that it haas been easy to persevere with the changes to my diet.



Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition characterized by the rapid overproduction of skin cells, leading to the formation of thick, red, and scaly patches on the skin. Psoriasis occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy skin cells, causing an accelerated skin cell turnover process.

Psoriasis can affect any part of the body, including the scalp, elbows, knees, lower back, and genital area. The severity of symptoms can vary from mild, with small and localized patches, to severe, with extensive coverage across the body. Psoriasis is a chronic condition, and symptoms can come and go, with periods of flare-ups and remission.

My Approach

As a Nutritionist and Nutritional Therapist, when working with patients in my clinic in Harley Street, London, and online, I take a holistic approach. Rather than suppressing the symptoms, I work on finding the root cause of psoriasis and restoring the balance using diet, supplements and lifestyle.

The gastrointestinal system, especially the gut, houses a significant portion of the immune system. Approximately 70% of the body’s immune cells are found in the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). This high concentration of immune cells in the gut is essential for monitoring and responding to potential threats from ingested microorganisms and antigens.

The interaction between the gut and the immune system is complex, involving a balance between protecting the body from harmful pathogens and tolerating beneficial substances.

Changes in this balance, such as disruptions in the gut microbiota or increased permeability of the intestinal lining, have been suggested to play a role in the development or exacerbation of autoimmune diseases.

My 5R Approach 


Remove allergic/intolerant foods, parasites, bad bacteria, yeast. This may include an ‘elimination diet’ to find out what foods are causing the symptoms.


Replace digestive secretions, such as hydrochloric acid, digestive enzymes or bile salts, that are required for proper digestion and that may be compromised by diet, drugs, diseases, ageing, and other factors.


Populate your gut with probiotics and prebiotics.


Help the lining of the gut repair itself by supplying the key nutrients.


Address the lifestyle factors that may affect your gut function.


Working with a Nutritionist can be transformative if you suffer from psoriasis and are facing challenges. If you are dealing with symptoms despite your best efforts, it may be time to seek professional help. You can work with your Nutritionist to create a personalised nutrition plan, identify nutrient deficiencies, and address any other underlying medical issues that might be adversely affecting your well-being.

Your Nutritionist can work with you to develop a personalised nutrition plan that is catered to your unique needs and goals. The Nutritionist can also offer recommendations on the best supplements to take and lifestyle choices, like getting enough sleep and managing your stress.

Book an appointment today if you feel like you need more assistance or direction to reach your goals.

Online consultation with a Nutritionist is available for clients who live outside the London area or who are unable to come to my London office. You can enjoy the online consultation from the comfort of your home or office and you will be given the same level of personal attention and care that you would experience coming to see the Nutritionist in person.



  • Red Patches of Skin
    The affected areas of the skin are often red, inflamed, and may feel warm to the touch.
  • Thickened or Raised Skin
    Psoriasis can lead to the development of plaques – raised, thickened areas of skin covered with silvery-white scales.
  • Silvery Scales
    The scales that form on the skin are often silvery-white and can be easily scraped off. These scales result from the excessive production of skin cells.
  • Itching and Irritation
    Psoriasis patches are often itchy and can cause discomfort. Scratching may worsen the condition and lead to skin injury.
  • Dry or Cracked Skin
    The affected skin may become dry and prone to cracking, which can be painful.
  • Bleeding
    In some cases, psoriasis patches may bleed if the scales are picked or scratched off.
  • Nail Changes
    Psoriasis can affect the nails, causing changes such as pitting (small dents or depressions), discoloration, and thickening.
  • Joint Pain
    Some patients with psoriasis may experience joint pain and inflammation, a condition known as psoriatic arthritis.


Milena Kaler is a is a qualified London Nutritionist, autoimmune disease, digestive health, as well as stubborn weight loss (including PCOS, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and hypothyroidism) and sports nutrition specialist. She is trained in the principles of Functional Medicine and practices from her clinic in Central London, Harley Street, as well as providing online consultations.

Milena has helped thousands of people to lose weight and keep it off. Scientific and holistic in approach Milena looks at all aspects of a client’s health. She embraces a systems-oriented approach aiming to get to the root cause of health and weight issues instead of simply focusing on the symptoms.

Milena’s expertise has been sought by celebrities, and she has been featured as a nutrition expert in reputable magazines including Women’s Health, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Women’s Fitness, Peak Brain Training, and Metro.

As a full member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT), and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), the only register for Nutritional Therapy recognised by the government and NHS, Milena is committed to upholding their strict Code of Ethics. Additionally, Milena is a member of the Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology (PCSG).

Milena sees patients with chronic health conditions, as well as clients looking for support to optimise their health. Some of the areas Milena can help with include: weight loss, digestive, and hormonal health.

Milena sees every person as an individual with different problems and different goals. She takes time to listen to her clients’ specific concerns to develop customised nutrition and lifestyle plans, based on laboratory test results. Having overcome her own chronic health and weight loss issues, Milena really understands how it is to feel overwhelmed by poor health and can relate to her clients when they first come to see her.


Psoriasis Nutrition Consultations in Harley Street, Central London and Online

Psoriasis Nutritionist in Marylebone, Central London W1

10 Harley Street

Psoriasis Nutritionist in Teddington, South West London TW11

Orange Tree Clinic
23A Broad Street
TW11 8QZ

An online consultation is available for clients who live outside the London area or who are unable to come to my office in Harley Street, Central London.