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How Can I Reduce Autoimmune Inflammation with Food? with Elizabeth Yarnell
This week we explore what inflammation actually does in our body, and how what we eat can affect it. But this isn't a follow this specific diet episode. Elizabeth Yarnell, ND, helps us understand how individually tailoring what we eat to ourselves can usually do the trick.
In this episode we discuss:
- what inflammation is
- three-step process to testing for inflammation
- how to figure out what we can and can't eat
- how all of this can impact our overall health
Since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 30, Elizabeth Yarnell has spent the past 20 years studying how to manage autoimmunity naturally as a traditional naturopath. She’s worked with hundreds of MS and other autoimmune sufferers in her nationwide clinic using unique, personalized natural therapies to help them slow or even reverse the course of their disease. She’s a TEDx speaker, award-winning author whose cookbook has sold more than 60,000 copies, a patented inventor, and has been featured on CBS, NBC, ABC, and PBS as well as in Good Housekeeping, Health, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and many other outlets.
You can find Elizabeth @ elizabethyarnell.com
Check out her MS diet website: multiplesclerosisdiet.com
Find her cookbook @ gloriousonepotmeals.com
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