Category Archives: Autoimmune

How to Prevent or Resolve Autoimmune Disease

If you suffer from progressively worsening symptoms that baffle your doctor, or if you’re diagnosed with a chronic or strange-sounding disease, then odds are it’s autoimmune related. In autoimmunity, your immune system mistakenly attacks your healthy cells. Autoimmune disease (AD) refers to a varied group of illnesses that involve every system; they are chronic, debilitating… Continue Reading

Foods that Reduce Inflammation

Inflamed tissues signal trouble and are a marker for pain and illness. Below is a listing of the top anti-inflammatory foods, along with common sense help to avoid chronic inflammation. But first, to better understand why some foods increase inflammation, let’s examine the nature of inflammation. Recall having a little scratch that became pink and… Continue Reading

Autoimmune Disease

If you suffer from an autoimmune disease, become a sleuth—daily track your flare-ups and remissions. That its intensity waxes and wanes is a key to help you take control of your health. In your daily log include your diet and any other variables that might relate to your condition. Each entry on the log becomes… Continue Reading

Diet for Lupus and Autoimmune Disease

Lupus or any autoimmune disease is a sobering condition. However, if this is your diagnosis, I’ve good news for you. As an original cause of the disease was malabsorption, you can profoundly minimize its effects and progression by improving your digestion. When your diet is healing, you rebuild your foundational health and strengthen your immune… Continue Reading



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