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Dietary Changes Cured Sjorgens Syndrome

Gokhals (Ca, US) on 12/29/2014
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Raw milk. A high fat (high quality Ghee, butter, lard, tallow) diet. Digestives such as kraut, kvass, acv, enzymes to enable you to digest proteins. Pesticide free food.

My Sjorgens Syndrome was cured from some combination of these.

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Replied by Danielle from Oceanside, Ca on 08/07/2015

I was hoping for a more detailed description of diet changes. I am trying to help my mom with this.
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Replied by Mohan Kumar Nair from Navi, Mumbai on 08/31/2015

Can you please suggest us the treatment for this, as my wife diagnoses with this and under depression, your kind advise on better treatment and dietary are appreciable.
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Replied by Edith from Texas on 05/04/2016

So, I've been drinking soy milk for about 2 years and first it was mouth, so dry that my mouth would stick together, and then about 8 months later my eyes are doing the same same thing?
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Replied by Charlie from Wyoming on 09/11/2017

Soy however, is not good to eat for long periods of time. Little is better. Check it out on the web.
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Replied by Uncertain from LA on 01/16/2022

How are you doing? Are you still Sjogrens free?
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Replied by Rachel from Delaware on 08/10/2022

Hi Danielle -

Anyone reading up on Sjorgren's might want to consider the AIP diet - especially if their symptoms are overwhelming. If you're not ready for that much change, I was surprised not to see (and I could have missed it) the old wives' tale of giving up Nightshades. (Potato, tomato, peppers, eggplant). I was diagnosed with Sjorgrens after I had whooping cough in 2016. I sort of ignored it because the treatments were annoying and the symptoms were manageable. But by November 2018 I realised I was in fact overwhelmed with symptoms and that something had to change. I followed the AIP diet and started taking supplements - probiotics, fish oil - just everything. I got my hair tested and found that I had a chronic shortage of molydenum and started taking supplements. I got as much sugar out of my life that I could. I learned to meditate. I gave up alcohol for six months and then only went back to an occasional glass of wine.

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