Your health is the most important thing you have. Here you will find up to date natural therapy information on living with your autoimmune disease. Do you want to feel better and learn how you can take control of your auto immune disease? This page contains recipes, health tips and up to date information on Lupus (SLE) and overlap conditions to help you reduce the symptoms and life an optimal life.
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Would you like to learn more about the best supplements for Lupus symptoms? Over in the private Facebook group we are going to be discussing supplements and their uses this week. To join us simply go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/naturallupussolutions/ I will be answering any questions you have too!
If you have Lupus I recommend avoiding NSAIDS (non steroid anti inflammatory drugs), such as ibuprofen or naproxen. NSAIDS can cause acute interstitial nephritis in those who are susceptible. These NSAID drugs can cause a restriction in the blood flow to the kidneys putting them under strain. The data for taking baby aspirin if you have kidney problems appears to show it is safe.
My one hour presentation on beating Lupus symptoms naturally is now available anytime! You can watch a recorded version of this informative webinar by clicking on the link below. You will learn- The best foods for people with Lupus and WHY they help 5 key supplements for people with Lupus Lifestyle choices to reduce disease activity AND How to book a FREE Skype call with me Go to https://codykennedyhealth.lpages.co/automated-webinar/ to watch
Protein for breakfast can really help to reduce afternoon slumps in fatigue. Carbohydrates on the other hand make the blood sugar level spike up and drop down quite rapidly and this can contribute to fatigue. Good sources of morning protein are things like eggs (if tolerated), chia seeds, nutty granola (if tolerated), a slice of chicken or a small piece of fish.
How to Make Paleo Cauliflower “Rice” | Paleo Grubs
Following on from my post about grains yesterday here is a great alternative to rice! Cauliflower rice! It tastes great and will give you more than one serve of vegetables. http://paleogrubs.com/cauliflower-rice-recipe
Do you know why it's best to avoid grains? Listen to this 4 minute clip to learn why! In my FREE live webinar April 23rd (8pm EST) or April 24th 10am (Australian eastern) I am going to be sharing with you my recommend #Lupusdiet. This diet will help reduce joint pain, increase energy and MORE! I will also be discussing the best supplements to safely take for Lupus and give you some lifestyle advice. You can get your Lupus questions answered in the LIVE Q and A at the end of the webinar. Register at https://codykennedyhealth.lpages.co/bln-webinar-april-24-2017/ #lupus #autoimmune #lupusdiet #freewebinar
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I have had such a busy few days since the #lupuswebinar on Monday that I have hardly had time to think! If anyone is interested I am running another LIVE webinar on Monday 24th April (Australian time 10am- US Sunday evening). This will probably be my last live webinar in this format, so if you are keen to jump onto the live broadcast and ask me questions during the Q and A I would LOVE to hear from you! Register at https://codykennedyhealth.lpages.co/bln-webinar-april-24-2017/
Did you know that we need cholesterol? Every single cell in our body has a membrane which is made up of phospholipids, cholesterol, proteins, and carbohydrates. We need cholesterol! If our cell membranes don't have enough of these components they lack integrity and are weak. We also need cholesterol to help us get enough vitamin D. Most people who have #Lupus are aware that there is a big connection between Lupus and Vitamin D deficiency! LDL (the so called BAD cholesterol) gets converted into Vitamin D. It's a tricky situation because if you have Lupus, you need to avoid sun exposure but you also need vitamin D to help promote a healthy immune system. Supplementing with Vitamin D is often the best solution. Want to learn more about the best supplements for lupus? I am holding another webinar on Sunday 23rd April (US time) you can register here https://codykennedyhealth.lpages.co/bln-webinar-april-24-2017/
The Simplicity of the Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Lupus | MyLupusTeam
I recently wrote an article for #MyLupusTeam. Here is the link if you are interested to a brief version of my anti inflammatory diet. #lupus #lupusdiet
What a fantastic attendance for today's #lupus webinar and I had so much fun doing it! If you didn't attend but had registered you will have 48 hours to watch the replay from the email link. I hope you enjoy it!