LUPUS

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a systemic autoimmune disease with multisystem involvement. The condition has various phenotypes, with variable clinical presentations, ranging from mild mucocutaneous manifestations to severe multiorgan involvement and serious central nervous system damage. Several immunopathogenic pathways play a role in the development of SLE.

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To improve the condition (important)

1 HEAL INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY

Remove gluten

Remove heavy metals

4 REMOVE DENTAL INFECTIONS

5 REMOVE PROCESSED FOODS

6 REMOVE DAIRY

7 REMOVE SWEET

Remove nightshades (vegetables)

Incorporate every 3 days until verifying which one affects

In this process, follow a diet rich in vegetables, salmon, chicken, fish, seasonal fruits preferably organic and/or agroecological to avoid toxins and prevent molecular mimicry.

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Supplement with Magnesium, Vitamin D3, Vitamin K2

Exercise for 30 minutes daily

If you have severe constipation, make an appointment with your treating physician to evaluate your thyroid.

Supplement with Celestin FT, 1 Unit every 3 days, total of 14 Units

(Note: Have tests with your Rheumatologist to confirm Vitamin deficiency)