Find out more about the surprising causes of autoimmune diseases and some natural things you can do if you have an autoimmune disease.
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0:00 Introduction: A deeper look at autoimmune diseases
0:40 Autoimmune diseases explained
3:05 Known causes of autoimmune diseases
3:40 Surprising causes of autoimmune diseases
8:45 What to do if you have an autoimmune disease
12:38 Learn more about fasting!
Today, I’m going to cover the surprising potential causes of autoimmune diseases. There are so many people developing autoimmune diseases around the world, and I want to share what I think is going on.
When it comes to autoimmune diseases, we need to ask the right questions. Instead of asking what causes autoimmune diseases, I think we need to ask what causes immunodeficiency or immunosuppression. We also need to ask what causes harmful microbes that are dormant to become active and cause problems.
Well-known triggers of autoimmune diseases:
• Leaky gut
Surprising potential causes of autoimmune diseases:
• An excessively clean environment
• Infant formulas
• A problem with your VDR (vitamin D receptor)
• Major stress
• Loss of the microbiome
What you can do if you have an autoimmune disease:
1. Take high doses of vitamin D3 with vitamin K2
2. Take TUDCA
3. Take probiotics (unless you have a gut problem)
4. Reduce the fiber in your diet (if you have a gut problem)
5. Get on the keto diet
6. Start intermittent and prolonged fasting
7. Do a stress detox
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