Intuitively, we know that what we eat impacts how we feel. The Diet section will cover diets advertised to help autoimmune symptoms and flares, leaky gut and research on trigger foods such as caffeine, alcohol and sugar.

Should You Avoid Dairy If You Have an Autoimmune Disease?

If you have an autoimmune disease, you might be wondering if you should be avoiding dairy. It can be a tough question to answer because there are many benefits to consuming dairy, but also, it can pose some potential risks. When we talk about dairy, we are referring to a huge range of foods…everything from milk, cheese, and yogurt to

What You Should Know About Living with Celiac Disease

If you’ve been newly diagnosed with the chronic condition celiac disease, you probably have a lot of questions going through your head. You may even still be in a bit of shock, trying to navigate how you’re going to live with this diagnosis. You may be struggling with the idea of giving up some of your favorite foods or the

How to Reduce Inflammation From Chronic Conditions With the Right Foods

Inflammation has become a dirty word. Acute inflammation is actually beneficial, because it helps protect your body from invaders like bad bacteria. However, chronic inflammation is not so good. In fact, chronic inflammation can be a contributing factor to many other chronic conditions. It can exasperate any pain you may have, so learning how to reduce inflammation is very beneficial.

What You Need To Expect When Starting A New Diet To Help With Chronic Pain

Many medical experts think that diets can go a long way for those of us who are suffering from a chronic disease. Changing your diet and watching your intake of harmful foods can be a healthy choice for just anyone. It can be especially helpful for people with a chronic disease who are just looking for ways to feel a

An Autoimmune Disease Diet: Should You Try Paleo This Year?

One of the most difficult parts of having an autoimmune disease is trying to figure out how your lifestyle should change to help treat it. Your lifestyle can be anything from your sleeping schedule to your eating habits. It takes a lot of trial and error. Unfortunately, there isn’t one complete and specific answer that will work for every single