Over 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases such as…
Type 1 diabetes
There are over 100 named autoimmune diseases and another 40+ that are autoimmune-related conditions.
And if you’re one of those 50 million people, you know what it feels like to live with…
- Chronic fatigue that keeps you struggling to get through your day
- Achy muscles, swelling, and joint pain that prevent you from enjoying your favorite activities
- Embarrassing digestive issues
- Unwanted or unexpected hair loss
- Irritating skin rashes
- Brain fog or forgetfulness
- Uncomfortable numbness and tingling in your limbs
- And other debilitating symptoms
Due to the painful nature of these issues, it’s likely that you’ve sought out help from a medical provider in an attempt to find some relief—like one of our patients, named Kelly, did.
Kelly was in her late 30s and woke up with painful joints and extreme fatigue every single day.
She had an extremely hard time taking care of her two kids and doing simple things, such as getting dressed (nothing fit properly).
On top of that, eating made her feel worse; she tried lots of diets and nothing provided relief; and she was on three medications, which didn’t help her and actually made her feel worse.
After years of not getting restful sleep, she became depressed and pulled away from her relationship with her husband, retreated from getting together with friends, and desperately wanted her life back.
After a few months of working with our team and being guided through our personalized lifestyle program, Kelly is beginning to enjoy life. She no longer has joint pain and wakes up feeling energetic.
Once fearful of playing with her kids because she hurt so much, she can now run around with them and is able to get back to living, finally…
Kelly now has her health under control, but what’s even more valuable is that she now knows what she needs to do to maintain her health for herself and her family—so she can rely on feeling good the rest of her life and no longer wonder if today will be a good day or a bad day. She is in control.
If your symptoms are anything like Kelly’s, it’s likely that your medical doctor has written you a prescription for anti-inflammatory or pain-relief medications, or even steroids, in an effort to ease your symptoms.
What you might not know is that common anti-inflammatory drugs don’t actually work to treat the cause of your autoimmune disease. In fact, they only mask your symptoms in order to bring you immediate relief from the pain and discomfort you’re experiencing.
While you might feel good taking these drugs right now, they are only going to cause more health problems for you in the long run.
Without proper treatment, your autoimmune disease is going to get worse.
We can guarantee you that, over time, your single prescription is going to turn into a laundry list of different dangerous and often expensive medications you’ll need to take for the rest of your life.
We don’t believe anyone’s health should be compromised due to Band-Aid medications that only mask symptoms and put you at risk for larger health issues.
That’s why we’re passionate about helping people with autoimmune diseases not only find relief from their symptoms but also naturally heal their bodies—so they no longer have to live with an autoimmune disease at all.
Through a personalized lifestyle program, we will guide you through a step-by-step program that empowers you to…
Identify the true cause of your illness
Detoxify your body
Get the nutrition you need
Improve your immune function to operate properly and correct the autoimmunity