Food not only keeps us alive, but it can be used to help us thrive! Diet plays a significant role in the world of autoimmunity. Learn everything you need to know about the interplay between food, genes, microbiomes, and more to achieve optimal health through food therapy.
The holiday season is nearly synonymous with the rich, decadent aromas of luxurious dishes such as mulled cider, spiced ham, and freshly baked cookies. However, irritating ingredients such as gluten and dairy serve as an effective roadblock that prevents autoimmune patients with specific diets from enjoying these scrumptious holiday treats. To help you circumvent such an issue, here are some tasty holiday recipes that cater to autoimmune diets.
Turmeric has seen a recent rise in popularity in popular health and nutrition culture--and for good reason! This powerful plant root has numerous health benefits, only one of which is strong anti-inflammatory properties. Here are some of our favorite turmeric recipes to help reduce inflammation naturally.
In our previous post, we discussed food therapy and its implications in regulating autoimmune symptoms. Click here for a comprehensive visual to help you navigate through different the options for your best diet.
Elaine Monarch suffered from a mysterious illness for most of her adult life. It was only in her 50s that she received an accurate diagnosis: celiac disease (CD). CD is an autoimmune disease that causes damage to the small intestine…