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How To Prevent An Autoimmune Disease-Prevention And Managing Autoimmune Disease

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Autoimmune Disease


Autoimmune disease begins in your gut, when you are not eating healthy your gut begins to attack your own body tissues. A healthy immune system is the key to preventing and managing autoimmune disease, when your immune system becomes unhealthy, it opens the door to autoimmune diseases. This is a slow damaging effect, you will not realize your immune system in most cases is unhealthy, until autoimmune disease is a part of your life. Diet is your best prevention and management strategy, there are triggers you should avoid to prevent autoimmune disease from affecting you health, and attacking your own body?


  • Gluten ( High Inflammation Which Stresses Your Immune System )
  • Toxins ( Toxic Molds )
  • Mercury ( Teeth Fillings, Fish Consumption, Environment )
  • Infections ( Bacteria, Viruses )
  • Stress ( Emotional, Physical )
  • Chronic Stress ( Most Damaging Type Of Stress )
  • Chronic Stress Leads To Long-Term Inflammation


Learn The Autoimmune Disease Triggers And Avoid Them


Prevention & Managing


Your unhealthy immune system is what will cause your autoimmune disease, healing your immune system through a healthier diet and lifestyle is the key to preventing and managing your immune system health. Focusing on what to avoid in your diet and lifestyle is your first step, knowledge always is the key to solving any of our problems? Checking in with your physician and being tested for any problems is an important next step, mercury and other metal toxins in your body must be identified and taken care of by your physician. Your physician will check for any infections you might have, your last step of knowledge you must attain is how to manage your stress?


What To Avoid


  • Gluten
  • Grains
  • Legumes
  • Caffeine
  • Nicotine
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs


Stress Management


  • Exercise
  • Guided Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Breathing Exercises
  • Herbal Teas
  • Essential Oils
  • Art Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Sleep Therapy


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Early Autoimmune Disease Symptoms


The reason many people go years without being diagnosed with autoimmune disease is there are so many symptoms, every person does not experience the same symptoms. As your immune system becomes unhealthy you will begin to experience silent body damage, some people will experience physical symptoms first, other people might experience emotional symptoms first? Your silent body damage can affect any part of your body, this is the reason people with autoimmune disease have so many specialists. The majority of people will experience their symptoms coming on slowly and gradually, this is the reason many people and physicians in the past thought it was just a part of aging?


  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Low Stress Tolerance
  • Joint Pain
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Tremors
  • Concentration / Memory
  • Digestive Issues
  • Dry Mouth, Eyes, Nose & Skin
  • Rashes ( Butterfly Shape Nose & Checks )
  • Sun Sensitivity
  • Cold sensitivity
  • Low Energy
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Numbness, Tingling, Hands & Feet
  • Hair Loss
  • Multiple Miscarriages


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  • Fish Oil
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D3
  • B12
  • Mulitivitamin
  • Calcium


Autoimmune Diet


  • Vegetables Except Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant
  • Fruits
  • Coconut Products Without Any Additives
  • Avocados
  • Bone Broth
  • Grass-Fed Meats
  • Bacon Fat
  • Olive Oil
  • Poultry
  • Herbal Teas
  • Green Tea
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Honey, Maple Syrup 1/2 Teaspoon Per Day




  • Basil
  • Thyme
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Rosemary
  • Ginger
  • Turmeric
  • Cinnamon
  • Savory
  • Edible Flowers


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What Is On My Mind Today?


This autoimmune diet is a basic diet to get your immune system healthy, once your immune system is repaired I recommend you doing an elimination diet of your own. This will give you an individual diet plan just for your body, everyone does not require the exact same diet for a healthy immune system, but without doing an elimination diet you will not be sure which foods are harmful to your immune system and which ones are not?


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7 thoughts on “How To Prevent An Autoimmune Disease-Prevention And Managing Autoimmune Disease

  1. Very informative article! Thanks for this information. Your health is so precious; it’s scary when diseases and such sneak into your life. I’m curious though, why aren’t tomatoes and peppers good for an autoimmune diet? (Because I love both!) And how is bacon fat good? That one surprised me. Thanks again.

    1. Thank You

      Tomatoes. peppers and eggplant are in the nightshade family and these foods cause inflammation for people with autoimmune disease. Bacon fat is good if the bacon is from a grass-fed animals, which many pigs are vegetable fed which makes them a good meat source.


  2. Hi, thanks for the informative sharing about the autoimmune disease. Noce to know about the elimination diet exercise that each of us can do to identify which food that is not suitable for us. Autoimmune disease can be happen on different age range and it is good to cultivate a healthy immune system when we are young. This can be done by raising the awareness of parents about this disease.

    1. Thank You

      I appreciate your comment today, I wish you a good heathly life.


  3. Great information! I know someone with auto-immune disease and they have a lot of trouble with energy especially. This is a very good article for them. Good points on what to eat and what not to eat. Caffeine is a huge obstacle to a lot of people (coffee, chocolate) so I’m glad she found some chocolate without caffeine that she can have and that she likes. Thanks again for all the good tips and info.

  4. Thank You

    I am happy your friend found some chocolate caffeine free, I never knew it existed. I appreciate your comment and reading my article, feel free to share it with anyone you know it might help.


  5. Thank you for these info! I found that some symptoms here are similar to hormonal imbalances in women. I’ve been reading about that as well cause probably the main reason these causes are similar is because it all begins in the gut. Truly the right nutrition and healthy lifestyle is the key to cure all these diseases. I was just wondering, how come tomatoes, peppers and eggplants shouldn’t be included in the diet? Tomatoes particularly are rich in Lycopene which are very good antioxidants.

    1. Thank You

      Tomato’s , peppers and eggplant are trigger foods for people with autoimmune disease, they are referred to as night shades if you are interested in researching them more.


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