Recipe for Healing Autoimmune Disease











🍽️ Diet 🥦


  • Gluten
  • Dairy
  • Grains
  • Night Shades
  • Seed Oils


  • Protein intake
  • Good Fats
  • Resistant Starches
  • Berries
  • Greens
  • Organic foods

🦠 Gut Health 🏥

Most people with an autoimmune disease have a compromised gut and a leaky gut, even if they have no overt gut symptoms. How to fix a leaky gut?

  • See what’s in the column to the left under DIET
  • Test for any gut inflammation and pathogens
  • Incorporate a few gut-healing supplements
  • Reduce Stress
  • Make sure you’re pooping daily!

💆 Stress Relief ☮️

You have heard it many times over: ‘Reduce your stress’. But how???  🤔


  1. Cut back on your ‘To Do’ lists- I’m SERIOUS here!!! Either you do this now or your body will end up yelling at you very loudly a few years down the road and it will be much harder to turn the ship around. I think this is the hardest thing for women to do. To Cut Back! 
  2. Stop worrying so much!!! ❌I’m serious! And I’m not being insensitive, just real.

Women worry about everything! Are they doing enough on the job as a parent, wife, daughter, caregiver, etc?  If working, they are deathly afraid of cutting back and can’t fathom how their employer or business will adapt for a bit or how their families will survive if they just cut back a mere 6 hours a week.

But let me tell you, it’s necessary to heal. At least for two months and maybe longer; otherwise, things just get stuck. 

In my clinic, I’ve found that we can get to about 70-80% repaired, but then we hit a wall until the stress part is addressed. Stress is the hardest part of an autoimmune protocol for my clients to truly understand. The devastating effects on their bodies and lives are real.


  1. Change your mindset-not easy to do. I know, and most of us will need help with that.

What do I mean by changing your mindset? ⬇️

It’s changing how we process things and how we think. We become conditioned, at a very young age, on how to respond to our environment. And many women have been conditioned to be responsible for having everything perfect, including themselves. 

So if something isn’t perfect, then it’s ‘wrong’ and must be worried about and then fixed. All of this releases a ton of cortisol over and over, which increases inflammation, affecting our thyroid hormones, contributing to a leaky gut, hormone imbalances, etc

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