Autoimmune Disease Anti-Inflammatory Diet: Simple Steps To Lifetime Relief

By | September 15, 2019

Live Better and Improve Health With an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Do You Suffer From:

  • Sjogren’s Syndrome
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Lupus
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Colitis
  • Diabetes Type 1
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Or another autoimmune disease


  • You’re about to discover a proven dietary change that can relieve your symptoms and improve your immune system for the rest of your life! This isn’t a fad diet.

    Millions of American’s are suffering from autoimmune diseases and have been able to stop taking aggressive drugs, chemotherapy and pain medications by simply changing their diet. Think about it: you’ll Feel Better and Save Money!

    In this book you will find all the information you need to improve your life FOREVER!

    You’ll Learn…

    • Types of autoimmune diseases
    • How autoimmune diseases effect the body
    • What is Gluten sensitivity vs. celiac Disease?
    • A quick start guide
    • How to change your diet
    • How to manage new changes
    • How to shop
    • How to plan meals
    • How to eat at restaurants
    • Do you need supplements?
    • Loads of tips and tricks!
    • Much, much more!


    FEEL BETTER NOW! WHY WAIT? YOU DESERVE IT! DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY NOW FOR A JOURNEY TO LIFETIME RELIEF!


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2 Comments

Anonymous on 09/15/2019 at 23:50.

The focus is on diet for health in this book I’ve read quite a few of Mary Solomon, the author’s books on diet and nutrition and this one is very good. It’s more of a straight nutrition book rather than a set of recipes. She does point to the Mediterranean diet, the Paleo and the Gluten-Free diets as a source of recipes. I did not understand until I read this well-researched book that there were 80 known autoimmune diseases, with everything from Type One Diabetes to Transplant Rejections included in that list. Celiac Disease is in that…

Anonymous on 09/16/2019 at 00:08.

I want a refund, it will not process after 2 tries It was good, but not great. It kept repeating some things. Did not have lists of things to eat , foods allowed, in an easily readable format, just some foods listed in paragraphs. She can use better titles for her chapters to guide us.About 5 chapters were about Gluten. It would be nice for her to talk about other things (foods) that causes inflammation than just gluten. She refers you to Chapter 13 “Where to find Recipes.” You would think she would put several of her own recipes…