Santé - Manger mieux pour digérer mieux - 2016/02/23. FANNYVANDENHENDE, Naturopathe N.D. - Accueil. Le côlon irritable & la diète FODMAP. Quel régime alimentaire suivre pour guérir? - Guérir ses intestins, colopathie fonctionnelle, SIBO, candidose, brûlures d'estomac. AIP: A Paleo Diet for Autoimmune Patients. Autoimmune (AI) diseases are now epidemic, but modern science has failed to offer satisfying solutions for the millions of people afflicted with these immune-driven diseases.
As a result, many people suffering from autoimmune diseases are now looking for alternative solutions to manage their symptoms using dietary and lifestyle changes. In this article, we take a look at the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP), a type of Paleo-compliant elimination diet that has been specifically designed to help those suffering from autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis, to determine their food allergies and sensitivities, correct nutrient deficiencies, and heal their gut over the long-term so that foods that were once off-limits can be eaten again. In addition to learning about how the AIP works, you will get an idea of the types of foods you can eat and the types of foods you should avoid during the elimination phase of the diet. The Autoimmune Protocol. Autoimmune disease is an epidemic in our society, affecting an estimated 50 million Americans.
But it doesn’t have to be. Although genetic predisposition accounts for approximately one-third of your risk of developing an autoimmune disease, the other two-thirds comes from your environment, your diet, and your lifestyle. In fact, experts are increasingly recognizing that certain dietary factors are key contributors to autoimmune disease, placing these autoimmune conditions in the same class of diet- and lifestyle-related diseases as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity.
This means that autoimmune disease is directly linked to our food choices and how we decide to live your life. It also means that we can manage and reverse autoimmune disease simply by changing how you eat and making more informed choices about sleep, activity, and stress… and that’s some pretty darned good news!