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Healing Autoimmune Disease

A Plan to Help Your Immune System and Reduce Inflammation

Oct 01, 2015 | 240 Pages
Healing Autoimmune Disease

Nearly 5% of the American population is affected by autoimmune diseases, making this one of the most widespread medical issues in our country.

With more than 80 types, these illnesses range from psoriasis - a skin condition - to life-threatening conditions such as lupus and multiple sclerosis. Those with Crohn's disease suffer from an especially severe form that can lead to serious complications if left untreated.

When the body's own immune system begins to attack itself, an autoimmune disease is born. This can cause inflammation throughout one's body and potentially harm vital organs.

According to conventional medicine, autoimmune diseases are thought to be incurable and thus patients must take powerful immune-suppressing drugs as a treatment.

While these treatments may temporarily aid in recovery, they come with significant side effects that can sometimes even outweigh the original illness or increase the chances of developing cancer.

In this book, Dr. Sandra Cabot and naturopath Dr. Margaret Jasinska provide readers with a clear plan of action for managing the autoimmune disease: from reducing inflammation to alleviating symptoms and preventing auto-antibody production – ultimately stopping tissue destruction in its tracks!

This book provides a scientifically-proven method to help alleviate immune system ailments.

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