9 Tips to Live Well With Lupus

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6. Get yourself some vitamin D.

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A research review of the effect of vitamin D on lupus, published in 2013 in the journal PLoS ONE, identified 10 studies that found that a decrease in vitamin D levels was associated with an increase in lupus symptoms. You can get the benefits of vitamin D from food and supplements. The sun also provides vitamin D, but the sun can do more harm that good for lupus patients.

Read more on how nutritious diet helps overall health in lupus patients.

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One comment

  1. Lorraine Southern says:

    I HAVE BEEN diagnosed with cutaneous Lukas. I am just trying to find out if there is anything I can do to
    Clear my skin rash. Medication does not seem to be working.

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