Could an Autoimmune Disease be to Blame for Your Undiagnosed Symptoms?

2018-06-11T21:13:15+00:00 By |Chronic Disease|

Autoimmune conditions have exploded over the last few decade, with an estimated 50 million Americans suffering from an autoimmune disease.

Many struggling with autoimmune diseases wait for years to find out why they’re sick, then, once they finally receive a diagnosis, are left with few options through traditional medicine.

Today there are close to 100 recognized autoimmune diseases, and an additional 40 disease processes that have an autoimmune component.

Autoimmune diseases include:

  • Autoimmune spectrum disorders
  • Autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto’s)
  • Autism
  • Celiac disease
  • Crohn’s
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • And many more.

What is an autoimmune disease?

An autoimmune disease develops when your immune system decides your healthy cells are foreign. As a result, your immune system attacks healthy cells. It can cause abnormal organ growth and changes in organ function.

Many of the diseases have similar symptoms, which makes them very difficult to diagnose. It’s also possible to have more than one at the same time. Autoimmune diseases usually fluctuate between periods of remission (little or no symptoms) and flare-ups (worsening symptoms).

What causes autoimmune disease?

Research suggests that genetics account for about one-third of autoimmune disease factors.  Environmental factors, diet, and lifestyle make up the remaining two-thirds and are largely responsible for these diseases.

This means that you can proactively help balance your immune system, lessen the inflammatory attacks, and work to put the autoimmune response into remission with changes in your environmental factors, diet and lifestyle.

These changes depend on the specific autoimmune disease and the specific factors causing the attacks.

What Should You Do Now?

If you’re struggling with symptoms of an autoimmune disease, here are some specific steps to consider taking:

  1. Get Your Nutrient Levels Checked

A good place to start is having blood labs done to see where your nutrient levels are. We suggest comprehensive labs that give a better idea of nutrient deficiencies that can go undetected on standard labs that you may have performed previously.

  1. Find Out If You Have Nutrient Absorption Issues

You might be eating all the right foods, but just not properly absorbing them. Comprehensive labs that detect food sensitivities, intolerance, and absorption issues are recommended to determine whether these issues may exist.

  1. Avoid Your Trigger Foods

With autoimmune problems, you can have an immune response from virtually any food.  Again, comprehensive labs that detect food sensitivities and intolerances along with trigger foods that cause autoimmune responses are recommended to determine this.

Next Steps

Is an autoimmune condition holding you back?  Do you think an autoimmune condition may be to blame for your symptoms?

If this is you, we’re inviting you to claim a FREE Autoimmune Disease Consultation so you can discover why you are still suffering and what you need to know and do in order to get well.

During this free consultation, we will go through your health history and goals and start determining whether an autoimmune condition or other issues may be causing you to feel lousy.

From there, we can determine what testing you need to uncover hidden causes of health problems and start a path to restoring your health.

To claim your free consultation, call us at 903-944-7951 or click the button below to request a consultation.

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Want more information?

Click the button below to download our ebook “Your Ultimate Guide to Autoimmune Disease.”

With this ebook you will learn:

  • What underlying health condition can contribute to autoimmune disease
  • Specific nutrient deficiencies that are associated with autoimmune disease
  • And ways to naturally manage symptoms of autoimmune disease

Downloading this guide is the first step to taking control of your health!

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