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A lupus diagnosis can affect any part of a person’s body. Lupus occurs when the body’s immune system attacks it’s own tissues and organs. This attack happens to the healthy and unhealthy cells alike. Women between the ages of 15 to 45 seem to be most at risk, but men are not immune to the diagnosis.
Individuals with lupus can also experience other health challenges earlier than normal. One example is kidney disease, which can appear within the first five years after the lupus symptoms. Heart disease and osteoporosis are also common due to medications and lack of exercise.

Is there a link between Lupus and parasites?

You’ve probably already researched all the symptoms and challenges related to Lupus. And you’re probably really confused right now. While the general consensus is that the cause of Lupus is unknown, some studies link it to infectious factors.
One of the main culprits of this is parasites. Based on these studies, a parasite cleanse can help restore a natural balance to your body, potentially aiding in relief from symptoms. Every situation is unique, though, and no one solution fits all.

What can you do now?

Lupus remains a mystery despite the number of people diagnosed every year. We can help you create a personalized action plan to help restore balance and reduce the effect of symptoms. Give us a call today to start the process.