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Can Lupus Be Cured?

Updated: Dec 18, 2023

Lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease, affects millions of people worldwide. In the US 9 out of 10 people with Lupus are women. This condition occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissues, causing inflammation and damage in various organs and systems. The symptoms can range from mild to severe, and while there have been significant advancements in treatment, the question remains: Can lupus be cured?



Understanding Lupus

Lupus is a complex and multifaceted disease. It can manifest in different ways, affecting various organs such as the skin, joints, kidneys, heart, and lungs. The symptoms of lupus often come and go, leading to periods of remission and flares. The exact cause of lupus is not entirely understood, but genetics, hormonal factors, environmental triggers, and immune system dysfunction all play a role in its development.


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Current Treatment Approaches

While there is no definitive cure for lupus, medical science has made great strides in managing the disease and improving patients' quality of life. The treatment strategy for lupus usually involves a combination of medication and lifestyle changes.


The diet and lifestyle changes in my own life have been instrumental in helping me be on less medications and in remission for more than 8 years!

  1. Medication: Doctors typically prescribe immunosuppressive drugs to control the overactive immune response. These medications help reduce inflammation and minimize organ damage. Some common drugs used in lupus treatment include corticosteroids, antimalarials, immunosuppressants, and biologics.

  2. Lifestyle Changes: Patients with lupus are encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle, which includes regular exercise, a balanced diet, stress management, and adequate rest. Avoiding triggers such as excessive sun exposure, certain medications, and infections can also help prevent flares.

Diet is key here - fixing gut health, increasing your nutrient intake, and avoiding triggers really make the difference between living with Lupus and THRIVING with Lupus!

  1. Monitoring and Regular Checkups: Monitoring the disease's progression is crucial to adjust the treatment plan as needed. Regular checkups with healthcare providers allow for early detection of complications and timely intervention.

Living with Lupus

While a cure for lupus remains a question mark, you can get your symptoms and flares into remission with diet and lifestyle changes with me! Ask any of my program graduates or clients, these changes can lead to amazing effects!


If you're ready to start thriving with Lupus and want the right direction to go in, don't wait any longer! Contact me today!


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