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Show Notes:1Trillion+ Immune cells reside in the Gut
If you have autoimmune disease, RESET your immune system, by healing the gut
Apps that help you track food and symptoms
-My Fitness Pal
(Carbs and Animal Derived fats are well known triggers of lupus.)
Gut Health Topics
Complex Protein Theory- Protease enzymes break down protein in the intestine
4 Foods to Avoid: Bovine, Casein, Gluten, and (sometimes) Egg Whites
-Not easily broken down and cause immune dysfunction in some cases
-Not everyone reacts equally to all 4 of these foods, so it is important to still track!
-Food sensitivity tests are notoriously difficult to interpret in the pro-inflammatory state.
-OK to re-introduce some of these foods, when time is right.
You may consider a protease supplement (Top pick: PBenzymes.com).
Some clinicians believe it helps tremendously (but the recent research is limited).
There are a whole host of conditions associated with dysfunctional diet. The list includes: Eczema, Allergies, UTIs, Irritable Bowel (IBS), IBD, Crohn's/Colitis, SIBO, Candida, GERD, Viral illnesses, Autism, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, ANA+, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder, Sjrogrens, Autoimmune Thyroiditis, Migraine Headache, Fatty Liver, Neuropathy, and Fibromyalgia
Note: Although I am a licensed, and practicing surgeon, with over a decade of experience helping people overcome inflammatory disease, the presented material is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use your best judgment and consult with a healthcare professional regarding your needs.
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-Dr. Chanu R. Dasari MD
You mean I can't eat whatever. I want not if you have Lupus hi
everyone. I'm Dr. Chan who dostery I help
my clients solve their immune inflammation and digestive dysfunction
using the Mind gut immunity method.
This clinical approach has helped thousands of patients resolve
their symptoms someone as little as six
weeks without the need for complex or costly
In this video, I'll show you exactly what foods to
avoid for Lupus to start reversing inflammation
I'll review some scientific research and go
in depth on how my patients optimize their diets
to resolve their symptoms.
This material you're about to watch is taken straight out
of my mind getting immunity Academy where people just like you learn
how to beat their lupus symptoms for good even
when the diagnosis is. Unclear
Let me just say this everyone is different.
And in order to truly know what your body can
and cannot tolerate. It's helpful to keep a
food journal monitoring food intake and symptoms is very
important for tracking the severity of Lupus. You can
even use apps now like Cara and might fitnesspal to
see your progress over time in my practice having done
this several years several foods, keep popping up
as triggers in my clients and I want to share some of these with
you so that you can be aware. We'll be discussing four specific
food groups, which can trigger immune inflammation
in conditions such as lupus I'm gonna
show you what to look out for and what to avoid. In addition.
I'm gonna give you some very useful tips on incorporating
digestive enzymes and how to plan your
approach for addressing lupus inflammation. Now
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Now onto the topic of problematic Foods in
lupus the mistake, I see most people make is they
think they can just eat anything and hope that their lupus symptoms
will just go away, but frequently, that's just not
the case. Typically there's a food that's triggering
an immune response. Then that food will cause
recurring problems long term. That's why it's
very important to keep a food diary and regularly review
it to see if you catch what's going wrong. It's
amazing to see the number of easily avoidable problems
if you just pay attention and you may
be thinking so what are some of these problem foods for Lupus now,
like I said earlier everybody's different but this
research article from a few years ago shows an altered
intestinal environment is closely associated with the
inflammation scene in lupus. Now, you shouldn't be
surprised by this considering around 70 to 80% of
your immune system is contained in your gut. So
when you have an immune disease such as lupus you
need to look at what's wrong in your intestines some
Food when it's not broken down properly can trigger a
strong immune response frequently inflammation starts
in the intestine. So to heal inflammation, you
also need to heal the gut.
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let's discuss what foods to avoid.
I recorded this video earlier and it discusses how the immune system
can be triggered by certain complex proteins. We eat
protein in our diets. It can come from a variety
of sources both plant and animal
a protein is basically a bunch of amino acids connected together when
the protein enters our digestive system enzymes
in our intestine break up these into individual
components called amino acids, which
then get absorbed. These intestinal enzymes are called
proteases. And the reason this is relevant is sometimes
the proteases don't get the job done and we're left
with large particles of protein that linger in
our intestines and bloodstream for long periods of time.
Why does this happen? Well certain types of protein are
hard to break down. Also, there may not be
enough protease to break down. The proteins protease enzymes
are produced by our bodies, but can also be found in many types
of plants as you already know the gut is just
one big giant immune organ. So these
incompletely digested proteins register as
a foreign threat and generate an immune
response. Basically the body thinks it's under attack by
these large undidested proteins. So then it secretes
a bunch of immune chemicals which cause inflammation and that
can be a problem. Let me give you some examples
bovine serum antibodies and autoimmune disease
There are some very famous studies that looked into this the human
body's response to beef and cow's milk.
In many people the serum protein from cows
is not broken down completely and folks end
up with antibodies. These antibodies are 10 times
more common and immune disease casein and
many folks cannot break down the casein in milk protein.
Some people also have a difficulty with the way itself.
If you're dealing with an immune inflammation, it's best to
avoid casing altogether and probably also most whey products
this includes dairy milk and cheese.
Also, check your protein powder to make sure it's not causing you
problems. I prefer a plant-based protein. But if
you decide to use whey I would recommend a way isolate
not a way concentrate which contains small amounts
of casing in it. There are some person to person variation on
this. So if you're just starting off, it's best to avoid
this all together, but once you've mastered the process you'll
be able to see how things evolve.
There is a type of casein called A2 that's a
bit easier to digest but it's hard to find and you
have to specifically look for cow's milk. That's A2. I'll
post a link in the notes section about this.
this is one is very famous because it's estimated that nearly a
third of a population has an issue with this and I
think it might be a multi-factorial problem. I'll
post a link to an article. I wrote on the topic but to summarize
I tell most folks to limit their contact with gluten containing
products in general this includes anything to
do with wheat flour.
this one is a tough one because many people
who give up meat rely on eggs as a
source of protein some nutritionists would disagree with me
on this and I'll again post a link to help clarify this topic since
there's a lot of misinformation.
The data from several studies show that egg
protein can trigger a strong immune response in
the body specifically in folks with immune inflammatory disorders,
but not in every person. My suggestion
is to cut this out for a few months or just a little
while to see if it makes an overall difference egg whites
can sometimes be reintroduced when the time is right and I
want to be clear. I'm not saying that these foods are bad. What I'm saying
is when you're trying to decrease inflammation in the body and
you intend to do it really quickly. The best thing to do
is to limit these types of proteins in the diet short term.
It's also very important to consider taking a protease
enzyme supplement with your largest meal. You can
also get protease from plant sources. Here's a
list of foods with protease in them sprouts and microgreens
probably have the highest concentration others include
asparagus. Buckwheat, Japanese pagoda.
avocado papaya pineapple cucumber garlic
coconut flaxseed spirulina
ginger root and aloe vera
Plants contain enzymes which help break up
protein large undigested protein provoke an
unwanted immune response in our guts. So the more that they're
broken down by enzymes the better.
The enzymes that that just proteins are known as proteases and
plants produce proteases to help with fruit ripening and
seedling growth. We use them obviously to
stay healthy the names of these enzymes include Sarah
peptase natokinase catalase bromelain
and papain. These are
just examples in our diet. We hardly get enough of
these unless we're eating a ton of microgreens or Sprouts which is
why you should consider taking this protease supplement. If
you have immune inflammation next in this
category of enzymes is Coenzyme Q10, which is
found in green and leafy vegetables.
But you can also get this from a supplement.
I hope you're starting to notice a trend here green and leafy
vegetables. Hold a lot of value here across multiple phyto
categories, so to seeds and sprouts
and herbs and spices the trouble
I find is that it's hard to get a substantial amount of enzyme from
everyday food. So a lot of folks just take supplements to
help with this again not all produce supplements
are created equal and you have to
be sure that the enzymes you're ordering have confirmed activity
across a variety of pH environments because
your stomach is acidic your
small bowel is alkaline in your blood is neutral to
slightly basic. So ideally you need an enzyme
blend that functions across all three. All right. I hope
you enjoy that video now. I want to know what types
of food trigger your symptoms and have you tried
avoiding them. I know everybody's different but what worked for
some people may also work for others. Let me know in the
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as always, this is Dr. Chanudasri with
the Mind gun immunity Clinic. Thanks for watching and I'll
see you next time.