Lupus patients are instructed to follow a healthy diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables. But what does this mean and is it possible a healthy diet can do more to give relief and control over lupus? Although there is not an established lupus diet, preliminary studies in animals and humans have shown that good nutrition may be useful for promoting remission and reducing the severity of flare-ups.
· Foods to include more often and foods to limit/avoid and why
· Benefits of a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, herbs and spices to help reduce inflammation
· Healthy, tasty and simple recipes to help increase vegetable consumption, healthy fats and use of spices and herbs
Who Should Attend:
· People with lupus
· Family and friends of people with lupus
· Health care providers and other professionals who treat people with lupus
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