June 25, 2017

Autoimmune Disease

auto-immune disease dr wilmington ncAll auto-immune conditions follow a specific pattern:

1st: You must have the genetic pre-disposition for the condition. These are the hereditary genes that are passed down generation to generation.

2nd: You must have a trigger to “turn it on”. The only known auto-immune disease with a known trigger (gluten), is celiac disease. However, we have seen clinically,that many, if not all, auto-immune diseases respond favorably by following a gluten free lifestyle.

3rd: You must have a leaky gut. Intestinal permeabilty allows large food particles (macromolecules) to enter the bloodstream where antibodies can attack them. Often the immune system goes awry, and these antibodies attack self-tissue, causing the autoimmune condition.

4th: You must have a glutathione defiecency. Glutathione is the “mother-load” of all antioxidants and becomes depleted with increased stress (physicla, chemical or emotional). Research has indicated that with adequate levels of of glutathione, autoimmunity is held at bay.

Some of the Auto-Immune Diseases we focus our in are:

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Lupus

  • Hashimotos

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Crohns Disease

  • Celiac

  • SIBM (Sporadic Inclusion Body Myositis)

  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

  • Gluten Sensitivity


Contact us today to see what we may be able to do for your auto-immune disorder.