No doubt about it, food offers the biggest bang for your buck in terms of healing. Just removing your trigger foods and adding in nourishing ones can put you well on your way to healing, reversing and preventing autoimmune conditions. Learn which ones are the culprits and which ones are beneficial.
Autoimmune conditions and food sensitivities go hand in hand. Mary Ruddick, CNC and autoimmune expert offers advice to anyone who seeks to heal from or prevent autoimmune conditions.
Part 2 of my video series with Mary Ruddick, CNC covers rarely discussed nutrient deficiencies in those with autoimmune conditions, and tips on how to address them. Learn about the importance of essential sugars and why you should consider eating MORE cholesterol, not less!
Betsy's sugar addiction started as a preteen, likely as a coping mechanism for unaddressed family stress. She developed bulimia and autoimmune disorders vitiligo, Hashimoto's thyroiditis and celiac before she learned to tame her out-of-control sugar cravings.
Autoimmune conditions and food sensitivities go hand in hand. Mary Ruddick, CNC and autoimmune expert offers advice to anyone who seeks to heal from or prevent autoimmune conditions.
Healing from autoimmune disorders can seem overwhelming. We make it easy by breaking it down into baby steps. The first step was all about mental preparation. The second step involved cleaning and clearing your body of environmental triggers so that you could make room for the nourishing elements of this third step.
Good news: we now know that environmental factors are 70% of the risk for autoimmune disorders. The major categories are Stress, Diet / Nutrient Deficiencies, Toxins, Infections, and a Leaky Gut / Dysbiosis. This post is the first in a series, covering the #1 trigger: Stress.

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