Posts Tagged ‘hashimotos’

How to Correct Th1 Dominance

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Do This If You Have Organ Specific Autoimmune Disease. If you’re Th2 dominant, click here. For the basics of Th1 and Th2 dysregulation and how it pertains to the immune system, click here. A Quick Review As a reminder from my previous articles, Th1 dominant responses often relate to organ specific autoimmune disease whereas Th2…

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What Is Autoimmune Disease: The Basics

My clinical practice focuses on autoimmune disease. My website will also serve as a large resource for anyone suffering from autoimmune disease. This post is just an introduction into what Autoimmune disease is, a very basic introduction at that. For more information and in depth analysis please click here. What is Autoimmune Disease? Autoimmune disease…

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Leaky Gut Is Real

For decades, Leaky gut was considered a theory, something people thought was going on but couldn’t prove. Now, after many years, we have a lot of evidence leaky gut is real, and contributes to a wide range of conditions, including autoimmune disease. The research into leaky gut is growing at an alarming rate, which proves…

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Secretory IgA and Autoimmune Disease

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What Is Secretory IgA IgA stands for Immunoglobulin A. Our bodies contain 5 different types of immunoglobins; IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE, IgD. We have many different types of immune cells, and these are a few of them. They each have unique roles to play. IgA is the most abundant immunoglobulin in the human body. In…

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