12 Common Triggers for Autoimmune Disease

This article, 12 Common Triggers for Autoimmune Disease, very succinctly discusses the impact that nutrition has on autoimmunity. I think the phrase “being on the autoimmune spectrum” describes autoimmunity very well. I think many more people are on the autoimmune spectrum than have full-blown autoimmune disease. I feel my best and look my best (no bloat) when I stay true to autoimmune protocol. When I finally cut out most nightshades, my GI tract was much happier. I’ve not been able to have dairy in decades. I refused to give up beans until I realized how much they inflame my GI tract. When I eat clean, I have less inflammation in my hands and feet. In fact, my last blood work showed no inflammation as based on the common markers!!!

I am currently reading Dr. Amy Myer’s new book, The Autoimmune Solution. I will post my thoughts on her book in another post! Stay tuned….

Sybil Cooper

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Sybil Cooper is an amazing caring woman; she has been my sunshine on my cloudy day. Her enthusiasm drive and determination inspire me…The love she has for helping people live a healthy life is evident. I can reach out to Sybil about anything and she always has an answer, if she doesn’t know she will find out. I am looking forward to trusting Sybil as my Primal Health Coach and becoming a better version of myself.

Brandy, November 2020

You are an amazing coach who has even stuck by a person like me. I am moving slowly through my healing process and I know that fitness will be in my future and you will be part of that. So anyone who is even thinking about this program I would say go for it… because Sybil will be there for you and give you amazing help.

Jean