Does diet help autoimmune disease?
The autoimmune protocol (AIP) diet is a relatively new, food-based approach to eliminating unwanted inflammation in a person’s body. It’s a diet that’s thought to help heal your gut to reduce inflammation created by autoimmune conditions. The diet is very restrictive and mainly includes meats and vegetables.
How do you reverse autoimmune disease naturally?
- Heal Your Gut. Your gut is your gateway to health.
- Optimize Your Diet. The foods you eat play a major role in two key components of autoimmune disease — gut health and inflammation.
- Reduce Your Toxic Burden.
- Heal Your Infections.
- Relieve Your Stress.
Are eggs bad for autoimmune diseases?
The Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) eliminates certain primal foods that can sometimes trigger inflammation in people with autoimmune disease (dairy, eggs, nightshades, nuts and seeds). We have also put together this supporting list of foods that are suitable for an Autoimmune Protocol.
What foods cause autoimmune disease?
An autoimmune disease causes the immune system to attack and damage healthy tissues or organs by mistake.
Foods to avoid
- nightshades, such as tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, and eggplants.
- some vegetable oils.
- nuts and seeds.