Autoimmune Nutritional Support
Autoimmune diseases are multiplying at an alarming rate. It now affects over 24 million people. Even more people are getting diagnosed with autoimmune conditions than ever before. Some autoimmune conditions include:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Thyroid Disease (Hashimoto’s and Grave’s)
- Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis)
- Multiple Sclerosis
The National Institutes of Health estimated that at least 80 human diseases have an autoimmune response, and new diseases are being added to the list frequently.
Autoimmune conditions are connected by one central biochemical process: a runaway immune response. Your immune system needs to be like Navy Seals. Precise. Calculated. Perfect. You do not want an over-aggressive nuclear military attacking anyone or anything that shows up – you end up with collateral damage to yourself (Autoimmune disease).
When your body is systemically inflamed, it begins attacking its own tissues.
In the traditional medical model, doctors are trained to diagnose the disease by symptoms and shut off inflammation with steroids, anti-inflammatory medications, or immune-suppressant drugs. The problem is that with these drugs the immune system is turned off instead of correcting the confusion. The problem is inflammation and molecular mimicry with foods and / or bacteria. It is a well-known medical fact that bacteria frequently coincide with autoimmune conditions. For instance, Klebsiella growth in your bowels correlates with developing Ankylosing Spondylitis – just add inflammation and HLA-B27 (genetic variant).
If you want to cool off the inflammatory fire in the body, you must find the source. We can investigate and help determine the causes of the inflammatory response, such as:
- Hidden Allergens
- Food Sensitivities (Gluten, Dairy)
- Bacterial Overgrowth or Undergrowth (Dsybiosis)
- Environmental toxins
- Inflammatory Foods
- Vitamin Insufficiencies
- Genetic Variances (MTHFR, Apolipoprotein E)
Are you ready for a new and different approach to finding and treating the underlying causes of inflammation and disease?