Triggers

Those who suffer from autoimmune or other chronic illness can be more sensitive to external stimuli than their healthier counterparts. Toxins, diet, and even one's lifestyle can influence the degree and number of health issues we can experience. This article listing covers a selection of potential triggers to be aware of.

Foods That Can Cause Inflammation:
We now know that diet can influence the severity of some types of arthritis and other inflammatory illness. There are foods which can trigger a flare and foods which can help decrease the incidence of these inflammatory attacks. Diet definitely can influence the health of those with autoimmune illness.


What are Nightshade Plants:
This family of plants includes vegetables as well as herbs and it may surprise you to know that they produce a toxin to fend off those who wish to feed on them. Also surprising is how common these foods are. White potato, tomato, and a variety of peppers are included in this group of plants.


Sick Building Syndrome:
Air can be up to 5 times more polluted indoors than out and this is especially true during the winter months when the windows are closed and we spend more time indoor. There are many toxins that can contribute to poor air quality in the home and for those with a sensitive immune system or breathing issues it can definitely have an adverse affect on health.

CFL Light Bulbs and their Ultraviolet UV Rays:
 People who are sensitive to UV rays can experience a sensitivity to these new light bulbs. Those who suffer from lupus, myositis, or other autoimmune disorders may have difficulties as well as those taking a medication which limits their exposure to the sun.

Root Canal Surgery Toxic Bacteria:
It is a common dental procedure that millions of people undertake each year. Most have no major issues after their surgery but for a sensitive few they will suffer health consequences for years forward. They know that Toxic Tooth Syndrome exists but it is not often mentioned in most dental conversations.

Aluminum Metal Poisoning:
This common metal is widely used in many food products including pots and pans, foil wrap, and the tins are food is stored in. It can also be found in a variety of personal care products and even with the air and water in our local area.

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