benefits of anti-inflammatory diet for autoimmune disease

6 Benefits of the Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune diseases, which affect up to 50 million Americans, are on the rise[1][2]. The symptoms of autoimmune diseases vary but usually involve damage to tissues and altered organ function. Autoimmune disorders occur between two and ten times more often in women and are a leading cause of death in young and middle-aged women in the
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Heart Health

Heart Disease, Inflammation, and the Cholesterol Myth

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death of men and women in developed countries. It tops the list of most serious health problems. Between 84 million and 121.5 million adults in the United States have some form of cardiovascular disease. Meaning nearly half of American adults may have heart disease. Over one in
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thyroid symptoms

Do You Have Thyroid Symptoms with “Normal” Lab Results?

According to the American Thyroid Association, 12+ percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition. An estimated 20 million Americans have a thyroid disorder or disease. As many as 60 percent of those affected are unaware of their condition. Women are affected by thyroid disorders more often than men.[reference] If you tell your
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Take control of diabetes

Can You Reverse Diabetes?

Have you recently been told you have diabetes or are pre-diabetic. Are you wanting to get rid of or reduce your diabetic medications? There are natural solutions that can help you reduce or eliminate your medications. Through being engaged in specific lifestyle changes, not fad diets, you can gain control and eliminate your medications. What
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Diabetes Is On The Rise By 90%

Diabetes is one of the nation’s most wide spread diseases. In 2015, it was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Sarah Roberson from Complete Care Centers says that “projections are astronomical in terms of where [the disease] is now and where it is going.” In fact, the Center for Disease Control
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Gaining Weight and Not Sure Why?

Have you noticed a difference in your weight recently without a change in lifestyle? Are you experiencing mild, unexplained weight gain (5-20 lbs) or struggling to lose weight? If so, it could be because you have hypothyroidism or a mild case of it. According to The American Thyroid Association, about 2-3 % of Americans have
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