Create The Perfect Diet For Your Body With Autoimmune Protocol

Every year seems to bring a new diet fad, but could the autoimmune eating protocol  make sense? Here’s what you need to know about eating for gut health.

Did you know that autoimmune disease affects more Black women than any other gender/race group? This is because they have stronger immune systems. Yes, you read that right.

Simply put, autoimmune disease is an over-response to an event in the body. In 2016, a study found that the immune systems of people of African descent are actually stronger than any other ethnicity. While this is great news for flu season, it’s not so great when a person has an autoimmune disease. From a pathological viewpoint, women are significantly more likely to develop an autoimmune disease.

You might have heard about the autoimmune protocol diet, which is a stricter version of the paleo diet, promising to end suffering for those struggling with autoimmune disorders and food intolerance. But is it actually a substantial diet to consider? Let us break it down for you.