The 9 Best Ways to Treat Autoimmune Disease Naturally

The best tips to reduce the symptoms of autoimmune diseases
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- What are the best tips to reduce the symptoms of autoimmune diseases?
- What are the best ways to reduce the symptoms of autoimmune diseases
- What is an autoimmune disease?
- How to treat autoimmune diseases?
- What are the causes of autoimmune disease?
- What are the symptoms of autoimmune disease?
- How to diagnose autoimmune disease?
- How to fix autoimmune diseases?
- What are the most common autoimmune diseases?
- What are the signs and symptoms of most autoimmune diseases?
- How to reduce symptoms of autoimmune diseases?

9- Adjust your diet
Since inflammation is a major cause of autoimmune disease, changing your diet to include anti-inflammatory foods (while avoiding inflammatory foods) is an effective step to healing autoimmune disease naturally.

8- Strengthen your gut
If you have a poor gut, changing your diet may have an effect on your autoimmune disease symptoms. Your digestive tract acts as an immune barrier to ward off infections and other invaders. When the lining of your digestive tract becomes permeable, a condition known as leaky gut, the barrier breaks down, allowing bacteria and undigested food to enter your bloodstream.

Prebiotics can help increase the growth of "good" bacteria in the gut, while collagen-rich foods like bone broth and supplements like L-glutamine can help restore the lining of the digestive tract. Controlling infections such as SIBO is also important in autoimmune diseases.
Your microbiome loves prebiotics.

7- Get Tested for Food Allergies and Toxicity
A functional medic can test you for celiac disease and other undiagnosed food allergies and sensitivities that can cause an inflammatory response in your body. It can also detect heavy metals and mold toxicity, both of which can cause severe inflammation.

6- Drink green tea
Green tea works wonders when it comes to inflammation and is an effective food for treating autoimmune diseases. Tea is rich in a compound called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which improves symptoms and reduces pathology in some animal models of autoimmune diseases. Dysregulation of T-cell activity is a key factor in the progression of autoimmune inflammatory diseases, and green tea significantly affects T-cell activity, especially their differentiation, thus positively influencing autoimmunity.

5- Eat foods that contain polyphenols.
You and your microbiome depend on plant compounds called polyphenols. These are the dark pigments found in berries, chocolate, and coffee beans that can manipulate your genes and those in your microbiome to improve many markers of inflammation. Grape seed extract, pycnogenol (a natural antioxidant derived from the bark of French maritime pine), turmeric, and green tea extract are excellent sources of polyphenols and a natural remedy for autoimmune diseases.

4- Broccoli
Like other sulfur-rich foods (broccoli, radishes, onions, cabbage, and kale), broccoli is high in a powerful antioxidant called glutathione, which can help reduce autoimmune disease. This is key to suppressing chronic inflammation and preventing oxidative stress.

3- Exercise but rest
Because exercise has been shown to help reduce inflammation, regular exercise can help reduce symptoms of the autoimmune disease while improving physical and mental health. However, the body needs proper rest to repair and regenerate, so make sure you get enough sleep.

2- Get enough vitamin D
Get your vitamin D levels checked. If your vitamin D level is below normal, continue taking vitamin D to reach at least 70 ng/ml and preferably 100 ng/ml. According to Dr. Stephen Gundry, most people should get at least 5,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D3 per day, but those with autoimmune diseases should start with 10,000 IU per day.

1- Avoid foods containing gluten and lectins.
According to Dr. Stephen Gundry, some of the biggest food traps often involve so-called healthy foods that people never really want to eat. As hard as it is to believe, he says, some plants shouldn't be eaten because they came to Earth first! So they protect themselves by inserting proteins called lectins into their leaves and seeds. Gluten is by far the most well-known lectin, but what people don't know is that it actually has a fairly minor effect, and most of the nutrients consumed that aren't gluten-containing foods include lower-quality lectins. Half of his patients with autoimmune disease previously avoided gluten but did not fully recover until other lectins were removed from their daily diet.

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