Hi! I'm back on the site after a very long absence. Between health, work, and family, I was too overwhelmed to do much of anything else. But I did miss the friendship and support I felt from my Web Md family. I'm excited to be back.
I do have a question. Have any of you made any dietary changes to help with the lupus? I've also been dx with RA, and I've gone gluten free to help reduce inflammation? Has anyone else done something like that which helped?View Thread
I used to get terrible gas, bloating & diarrhea. Then I started eating gluten free. I heard it helped reduce inflammation in the body, and since i was also dx with RA, I thought it wouldn't hurt. Now I rarely have digestive problems the way i used to. Good luck.View Thread
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