How to Manage Autoimmune Disease and Inflammation with Diet
Why Does the Body Attack itself
Hashimoto, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Lupus are all autoimmune diseases that are often times a result of untreated inflammation. At Zizania we focus on nutrition to quiet the inflammation that triggered the autoimmune disease reaction. By examining the client’s health history, dietary patterns, review of blood tests, and assessing her/his emotional state, we can tailor a nutrition plan to fit each person’s needs. No two clients are alike, even if they share the same disease. Our protocol is simple yet effective. We use foods that help reduce inflammation, remove foods that trigger allergies, and help our clients monitor their symptoms in relation to food and daily activity. In some instances, we also add supplements that are necessary to restore nutritional balance. Most importantly, we make it a priority to work within each client’s medical treatment so there are no side effects from foods or supplements.
According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, autoimmune disease affects more than 50 million Americans and the numbers are rising yearly. Whether you are struggling with Lupus, Thyroid dysfunction, or Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) , adequate nutrition can always provide relief and in many instances put the disease into remission. Autoimmune diseases are multi-faceted and treatment can include several modalities such as acupuncture, yoga, meditation, and other methods of relaxation.
Helping Clients With An Autoimmune Disease
In the past 8 years we have helped many clients reverse type II diabetes, restore thyroid function, and put lupus in complete remission. Our client Mitzi shares the story of her battle with Lupus.
If this sounds like you, call us today for a consultation. This is the phone call that will change your life.
Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Graves disease, Hashimoto, Raynaud’s Phenomenon are all autoimmune diseases that often time are a result of untreated inflammation.