A girl, who suffered from MCTD (mixed connective tissue disease), an autoimmune disease. When she visited Dr. M. Hyman, he diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis and systematic lupus erythematosus. This condition was considered not curable and it was followed by side effects.
Every part of her body was affected by the disease and she had constantly inflamed skin, swollen joints and face. She was taking acid blockers, steroids and aspirin, and Dr. M. Hyman explains that she was chronically tired and miserable.But those medications were not helpful and former doctors of her, advised to take chemo drug per day to suppress the activity of the immune system. Even though this drug can help in relieving the symptoms, it also increases the chances of death from infection and cancer. For that reason, she did not take the drug and then went to Dr. M. Hyman. In a less than a year, her blood tests were normal and she got rid of the symptoms and stopped taking medications.
Dr. M. Hyman was focused on discovering the root caused and he found out that some changes in the diet can better the body inflammation. He advised her to avoid gluten, dairy and sugar and to take some supplements to heal the body like fish oil, multivitamin, folate, vitamin D and vitamin B12. He also advised her to take primrose oil, which is anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, probiotic and mercury chelating agent. After that, she was healthy again.
About 50 million of Americans are affected by autoimmune diseases like fibromyalgia, type1 diabetes, celiac disease and Crohn’s disease. They all share the biggest symptom, inflammation. Most of the doctors prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs, immunosuppressant drugs and pain medications but they suppress, cover or block the body’s biology.
Dr. M. Hyman says that the focus should be on discovering the causes of the disease. He removed gluten, dairy and sugar from the Isabel’s diet and succeeded to reduce her inflammation, and the vitamins and supplements boosted the immunity speeding up the healing process.
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