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EAT TO BEAT Autoimmune Diseases

Source: Turmeric-Roasted Vegetables with Parsley Almond Gremolata cleaneating.com/turmericveggies

Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and thyroid disorders are painful, disruptive and often devastating. At their core, they have one thing in common: an out-of-control immune response, linked with systemic inflammation. The right diet can help ease pain and heal autoimmune diseases. In general, avoid caffeine, alcohol, sugar, grains, dairy and red meat, and focus on fruits, vegetables, healthy fats and fish. Try these six foods to make living with autoimmune conditions easier.

One 3-ounce Marinate halibut steaks in olive oil and garlic then grill until done and garnish with lemons, capers and parsley; layer halibut fillets with rosemary and shallots, wrap in parchment or foil, and bake until done; poach halibut in white wine, cut into strips and serve on a salad of arugula, thinly sliced fennel, orange segments and black olives.

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