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While it’s important to note that autoimmune diseases are complex and require individualized treatment, there are certain strategies that may help manage and control symptoms. Let’s explore the suggested approaches and their potential benefits, supported by references:

Managing Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV):

Research has identified a link between EBV and autoimmune disorders. While it’s challenging to directly target and eliminate the virus, certain lifestyle modifications may help reduce its impact and potential triggers for autoimmune responses.

Addressing Triggers and Improving Immune Health:

Identifying and addressing triggers that contribute to autoimmune responses are crucial. This includes reducing stress, optimizing nutrient levels (vitamin D, zinc, potassium, magnesium), and engaging in aerobic exercise to support immune function.

Managing Gut Health:

Addressing dysbiosis (imbalanced gut microbiota) through the use of probiotics and fermented foods may help support a healthy gut environment and potentially modulate immune responses.

Managing Inflammation:

Reducing inflammation is a key aspect of managing autoimmune diseases. Strategies may include intermittent fasting, optimizing vitamin D levels, increasing omega-3 fatty acid intake, and adopting a ketogenic diet.

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PMG is a product from Standard Process Inc. It contains extracts from bovine organs and is suggested to support immune health. However, evidence supporting its effectiveness specifically for autoimmune diseases is limited, and individual results may vary.

It’s important to note that these suggestions should not replace medical advice, and consulting with a healthcare professional is crucial for managing autoimmune diseases effectively. Each individual’s condition and needs may vary, so personalized guidance is essential.

Please remember that while I strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, it’s always recommended to consult a healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance regarding medical conditions and treatments.


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