Today I will share how a case of multiple autoimmune disorders got well.
Autoimmune conditions have been puzzling to many because till now there is no known cause, hence no cure. Many are suffering in silence and believe that for the rest of your life you are never going to lead a normal life cos you are born with autoimmune genes.
Well, by managing your diet, lifestyle, mindset, emotions, autoimmune can be managed.
This client suffered from skin allergy since a toddler, hives since 7 yr old. She experienced hives every single day till she came to @bodyinc.
She had alopecia areata, balding patches on her head since 10 yr old. Three injections of steroid in 1999 didn't help. She also tried many remedies like rubbing ginger on her scalp, TCM for 20yrs, all to no avail.
She had headache since young, panadol was the relief. Without panadol, she would vomit. In her late 20s, the headache became migraine.
In 2017, she was diagnosed with fatty liver. Doctor said it was due to her overdose of salmon sashimi and salmon belly soup which she took everyday for 2 month.
In 2018, she suffered from lichen planus which was very painful in her gum (see pic). She had yet sought any treatment as steroid was the only way out for it which she did not want to rely on. She also had IBS and bloating.
She came to @bodyinc hoping that detox and diet would help her. I am glad to say they did. Her hives and IBS are gone now. She used to feel very fatigue in the morning, now very refreshed, needing no coffee to perk her up. Alopecia also recovered, no more bald patches on her head. Lichen Plantus is recovering well too.
So what did she do at Body Inc.? This client went on a very strict diet, totally cutting out ALL processed foods and avoided dairy, gluten, nuts, sugar and other inflammatory foods. We also put her on a detox diet with supplements and detox treatments.
In conclusion, detox is necessary for any autoimmune condition. The process of detox vary with each condition and severity.
Ps: I wanna thank this client for sharing her pics.
Jacelyn Tay 01/11/2020
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