The food you eat plays a HUGE role in the development of chronic illness. Lifestyle changes like following an AIP diet can be used to halt or reverse disease progression. Food is your primary source of the nutrients needed to achieve optimal health. Unfortunately, nutrient deficiencies are one of the main underlying causes of autoimmune disease and its progression. If you are on the autoimmune spectrum, you’re more likely to be deficient in nutrients such as vitamin D and B12, both of which are crucial for immune function. With the use of these foods in your autoimmune diet, you can find relief from conditions including lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and Hashimoto’s.

In working with thousands of autoimmune patients, I found that ensuring optimal nutrition is the #1 way to reverse chronic conditions and get relief. In this article, I’ll cover how to prevent nutrient deficiencies linked to autoimmune disease with the best food sources of essential vitamins and minerals to add to your AIP diet. Eating these foods as part of your AIP diet can improve your overall health and give you more energy. Including them may even help you feel better in your body every day.

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While there are many different types of autoimmune diseases that affect many different organs, all autoimmune conditions are the result of your immune system attacking your own body.

When your body is working overtime to defend itself against something potentially dangerous – an allergen, toxin, infection, or even food – it can easily become stressed and mistakenly attack your own tissues instead of potential invaders, causing a wide range of symptoms.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, especially a combination of several of them, you may have an autoimmune condition.

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