5 Autoimmune Food Bloggers You Should Follow


Have you been searching for tips on learning to reset your eating habits with an autoimmune diet?  Nutrition plays a vital role in your body and can truly make a dramatic difference in how your body manages autoimmune symptoms.

If you are like me, eating right has always been a struggle for me, even prior to my lupus diagnosis.  Over the last year, I have experimented with many recipes online from some amazing bloggers who focus on the AIP diet in their blogs.

These autoimmune bloggers are heroes in my eyes!  Through hard work, research, and passion, these bloggers have provided those with autoimmune diseases an easy way to start implementing nutrition changes.

If you have been considering following an autoimmune diet and have been searching for the best ways to get started, check out our list of the 5 Best Autoimmune Bloggers You Should Follow!


5 autoimmune bloggers you should follow


1. Angie and Mickey at “Autoimmune Wellness

One of my favorite sites to learn all about the Autoimmune Protocol is on Autoimmune Wellness.  This blog is run by two amazing women who together battle five autoimmune diseases.

Mickey Trescott is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and coach.  Mickey is also a best selling author with her book, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook.  Her expertise in living a life with an autoimmune disease also lead her to becoming a co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook.  

Angie Alt is Certified Health Coach and Nutritional Therapy Consultant and co-blogger of the Autoimmune Wellness.  She is the author of the award-winning book: The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook: Eating for All Phases of the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol and is also the co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook.  


One of my personal favorite recipes on Autoimmune Wellness is the Apple and Turmeric Jelly recipe!



Together, these two amazing women blog about living and surviving an autoimmune life style through nutrition. 


If you have not checked out their amazing blog, you can check it out here.


2. Kate Jay with “Healing Family Eats

Kate Jay is the blogger of Healing Family Eats.  Kate shares many great tips and recipes that follow an autoimmune lifestyle  Kate is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified AIP Coach and trained chef with a focus on creating, delicious, nutritious, and healthy meals for those with autoimmune conditions.

As a trained chef, let me tell you, her recipes are amazing and seriously delicious.  If you are looking for an easy way to ease into an autoimmune diet, I recommend by starting off with one of the Healing Family Eats smoothies or shakes.  Smoothies and shakes are easy and refreshing.  They offer a quick way to give yourself a nutritious start to your day without investing a lot of time.

My favorite shake on Kate’s autoimmune blog, is the Raspberry Turmeric Collagen Shake.



Most of us have probably heard of the amazing capabilities of turmeric, so you know that a shake or smoothie with turmeric means autoimmune business!  Once you taste this refreshing and cool Raspberry Turmeric Collagen Shake, you will definitely be checking out “Healing Family Eats” often for new AIP recipes!

Be sure to check out “Healing Family Eats” here!


3. Maria with “Zesty Paleo

Maria is the inspirational blogger behind  Zesty Paleo.  Maria is a warrior who battles the autoimmune disease Hashimoto’s.  She uses her experience and training in both, conventional and alternative medicine to create a one of a kind autoimmune food blog.

If you take a look through the delicious pages of Zesty Paleo, you can easily see why Maria’s autoimmune food blog made our list.  She has some of the most unique recipes in the autoimmune community in my opinion.  So if you are looking to create some unique dishes that are AIP friendly, you should definitely check out her blog.

Now, let me explain why Maria is even more amazing..she created a delicious Paleo AIP Ice Cream recipe….I know, right?!?!  Anyone who can create a healthy and nutritious ice cream deserves recognition!




4. Rachael with “Meatified

Rachael is an avid and truly amazing food blogger and cookbook author. Her blog is beautiful and loaded with many high quality photos that entice you to try a variety of her AIP recipes.   She has a lot of great recipes that do not require a whole lot of prep or cook time.  These are the types of recipes that I personally love.  Some days, lupus just takes so much out of me. Cooking highly nutritious and delicious meals can require a lot of effort and time that I just do not have.  This is one of the many reasons I love Rachael’s AIP recipes.

You can create this AIP friendly glazed salmon below in 25 minutes!

Roasted Pomegranate Glazed Salmon with Maple & Ginger AIP recipe from Meatified.



5. Mikaela at “Slightly Lost Girl

Mikaela is a Crohn’s disease warrior who started the blog, Slightly Lost Girl.  She documents her tips on living a healthy lifestyle while fighting an autoimmune disease and has some great AIP friendly recipes that she shares with her readers.

She also shares a variety of AIP recipes that include AIP friendly drinks, AIP friendly main dish recipes, and AIP friendly desserts.

One of my favorite recipes from Slightly Lost Girl, is her Honey Balsamic Slow-Cooker AIP Short Ribs.  Yes, you heard that right.  AIP friendly ribs cooked to perfection in your slow cooker!  




If you have been looking for ways to start an autoimmune diet to help you better manage your autoimmune symptoms through nutrition, these 5 autoimmune blogs would be a great way to start!  Eating healthy and specifically for autoimmune diseases does not have to be challenging.  Many of these recipes are created by bloggers who are fighting an autoimmune disease themselves.  They understand the challenges that someone with autoimmune issues can face when it comes to preparing healthy and AIP friendly meals.  We all have to start somewhere, and starting off with an easy shake or smoothie can be just enough confidence you need to really boost your lifestyle changes.

Power Pineapple Coconut Yogurt Recipe

For the New Year, I wanted to come up with a New Year’s resolution that I would be able to actually sustain past the first week of the year.  I decided instead of creating a very specific resolution, I would create a broad one that would help me enjoy each success.  I am really trying hard to be more conscious about the foods that I eat and how they may affect my lupus.

I am interested in learning more about the AIP diet, but right now, it is just too restrictive for me to sustain.  I decided that I was going to begin by simply choosing better options.  Because if we are going to be completely honest, I am really bad with food choices and I love to eat.  Two issues that are really creating more issues the older I get.

A big change I knew I had to make was actually eating something for breakfast.  I have always been one of those people that skip breakfast most days and I know that I need to become better at breakfasting.

The only issue is that I suffer from nausea many mornings and literally can not stomach the idea of eating food so early in the day.  I was not interested in starting with a heavy or greasy breakfast of any sort, so I figured I need to create something light that could pack a punch and keep me feeling as good as possible in the mornings.  I hate mornings….with a passion.

I created an amazingly delicious breakfast ‘treat’ that I like to call Power Yogurt.  The great thing about this power yogurt is that it can be modified to create many variations to really fulfill any craving you may be having.


toasted pineapple coconut chia & flaxseed maple


I started with a half cup of Chobani greek yogurtGreek yogurt is awesome in the fact that it is packed with protein, low in sugar, and a great base for many flavors.

I like to use:

I  then added one scoop of Think Thin Probiotic and Protein powder in Madagascar Vanilla.  This stuff is absolutely amazing!  While it has a little of that signature protein powder taste when mixed into a beverage, it is pretty tame in this recipe as the other flavorful ingredients help to cut the protein taste.

Then comes one of my favorite and super simple additions, this delicious Toasted Pineapple and Coconut Chia/Flax Seed mix from McCormicks.  I have never seen these until recently and I am already obsessed.  It literally was love at first taste.  I really thought it would be some weird fake flavored crunch, but this stuff is seriously amazingly delicious!  There are also other flavors like Blueberry Ginger and Banana Cocoa.  These breakfast toppers really give a ‘granola’ like addition to this power yogurt.


Next I take a half of teaspoon of Maple Grove Farm’s  Organic Maple Syrup and drizzle on top.


To finish this dish off, I sometimes add fresh berries as well.

Power Yogurt Recipe
Power Yogurt Recipe


Pineapple Yogurt Maple Power Yogurt

  • 1/4 cup greek yogurt (I used plain)
  • 1 scoop of probiotic/protein powder (I used vanilla.)
  • 1 tbsp of McCormick's Breakfast Topper (I used Toasted Coconut and Pineapple with Chia and Flax)
  • 1 tbsp of organic maple syrup
  1. Mix 1 scoop of probiotic powder into a 1/4 cup of plain greek yogurt.  Top with 1 tbsp of coconut and pineapple breakfast toppers.  Drizzle 1 tbsp of organic maple syrup over the top.  Enjoy!

The Best Anti-Inflammatory Food


Inflammation is a protective response by the body against the foreign agents and microorganisms. The body releases certain chemicals and cells that engulf the offending agent.  It heals the body from injuries and infections. The protective response elicited by the body through the WBCs and several chemicals in response to foreign particles is known as inflammation. The body is protected from damaging agents like bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms in this way.  

For a person dealing with an autoimmune disease like lupus, reducing inflammation within the body is something that can be vital in managing lupus disease activity and lupus symptoms.  If you currently do not monitor your lupus diet, you may want to consider incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into your diet and see if it helps with inflammation and symptoms like joint pain and swelling.

While there are many options out there for an anti-inflammatory diet, (popular ones include the AIP diet) it is recommended that you make a lifestyle change as opposed to a short term diet that you may not be able to sustain for long term. Even making small changes can help you feel a lot better!


What is the importance of anti-inflammatory diet?

If your inflammation markers are good, why do you need to take anti-inflammatory diet?

Here is the answer; Inflammation is a silent enemy as it is responsible for inner destruction and process of aging. Inflammation for a limited period is good but chronic inflammation is something to worry about. Lupus causes widespread inflammation throughout the body and there are foods that are known to increase inflammation.  This increased inflammation could cause you to flare or increase your symptoms like swelling and joint pain.

There are numerous factors that can trigger chronic inflammation in the body and speed up the process of again and tissue destruction. Stress can also cause chronic inflammation and damage the tissues.  Stress has been known to be a major trigger in lupus flares.

Sometimes, we are not even aware of the inflammatory process going inside our body.  When considering ways to reduce inflammation and lupus flares, you may want to take a look at your current diet.  If you are looking for a way to easily monitor body inflammation, you may want to consider  an anti-inflammatory diet. An anti-inflammatory diet can suppress the ongoing damaging inflammatory processes while keeping our inner tissues healthy and intact.


What does an anti-inflammatory diet include?

The anti-inflammatory diet emphasizes natural food with antioxidants that guard the body. It discourages the use of processed, refined and synthetic eatables. You can eat a lot of fruits, vegetables as they are full of healthy nutrients like vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants.  It also pays stress on the intake of omega-3 fatty acids as it helps to reduce inflammation.

In fact, it is not a typical diet plan but a permanent lifestyle that you should be able to sustain.  Harvard Health recommends an anti-inflammatory diet plan like the Mediterranean diet, which is high in fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, fish, and healthy oils.

Many studies have shown the fact that inflammation can ensure even in the presence of foreign particles of microorganisms like viruses and bacteria. Tension, sedentary lifestyle, and lack of exercise can also cause the release of certain inflammatory substances that can cause inflammation.

It is an established fact that ulcers are caused by prolonged stress by means of inflammation. As anti-inflammatory diets are not restrictive and are easy to take and make so one should not take chance and should start consuming these healthy foods.  


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Best Anti Inflammatory Foods Lupus Autoimmune

Best Anti-inflammatory Foods:

After learning some about the importance of an inflammatory diet, let’s move to our main point, i.e. the anti-inflammatory foods.  It is important to note that anti-inflammatory foods are plentiful and there are a few changes you may need to make, but following an anti-inflammation diet does not have to be extremely restrictive.  You just need to have the right information and increase the amount of the right foods.  Start being more conscious about the food choices you are making and be sure to increase anti-inflammatory foods to help combat inflammation within the body.

Fruits & Vegetables:

fruits & Veggies anti inflammation


Vegetables, fruits, and berries are all rich in needed nutrients such as fiber, minerals, vitamins, phytochemicals and antioxidants. Choose a variety of whole fruits and green vegetables.


Food that fights inflammation
Food that fights inflammation


Some examples of healthy fruits and veggies are:

  1. Apples

  2. Broccoli

  3. Strawberries

  4. Spinach

  5. Blueberries

  6. Oranges

  7. Carrots

  8. Olives

  9. Avocado

  10. Kale

This is just a short list to clear your idea. Of course, there are many other vegetables and fruits too that can help you in this regard. 


Fats & Oils:

Monosaturated fats, unsaturated fats, and Omega-3 fatty acids are an important part of the anti-inflammatory diet. All of these fatty foods help to reduce inflammation. Examples are:

  1. Rice bran oil

  2. Canola oil

  3. Olive oil

  4. Walnut oil


Protein sources:

anti inflammation protein

Seafood is the main source of anti-inflammatory proteinaceous foods. However, there are some plant-based foods that are rich in proteins and should be made a part of the anti-inflammatory diet. Below are some examples:

  1. Tuna

  2. Trout

  3. Sardines

  4. Salmon

  5. Non-fat yogurt

  6. Soy foods


Healthy Beverages:

Instead of unhealthy flavor rich soda drinks, drink filtered water, pure juices, low-fat milk, and herbal tea.

Anti-inflammatory diet tips:

Here are some helpful tips to incorporating an anti-inflammatory diet into your lifestyle.

  • Cook with canola oil or olive oil.

  • Snack on nuts, seeds and whole fruits instead of candy and cookies.

  • Try oatmeal with walnuts and fresh berries for breakfast.

  • Try eating less red meat and more fish.

  • Avoid added sugars.

  • Make it habit to increase your vegetable intake.  Juicing can help.

  • Try to avoid deep-fried foods.

  • Cut out processed foods.


In a nutshell, the anti-inflammatory diet should be considered as an essential part of healthy living.  Even for people are not suffering from an inflammatory disease like lupus can benefit from an anti-inflammatory diet.  It is important to realize this is a lifestyle change more than a fad diet that most people are used to.  It is important to nourish your body from the inside out and incorporating an anti-inflammation diet can help you do that.  


Can Green Tea Reduce Inflammation in Lupus?

So, Can Green Tea Reduce Inflammation in Lupus?


If you suffer from Lupus, then you know what it means to have chronic, widespread inflammation throughout your body.  One of the most important things we hear (or should be hearing) from our rheumatologists is the importance of reducing inflammation in the body.  When we have flares, this is our body reacting to the inflammation caused by our lupus.  Steroids are one of the most commonly prescribed medicines to reduce inflammation and symptoms in lupus patients.  Many lupus patients have a love win relationship with steroids.  It is incredibly smart to speak with your rheumatologist about pursuing other ways to reduce inflammation.  Today we are going to talk about the amazing effects of green tea and how they can reduce lupus symptoms that may be caused by increased inflammation.


Regular consumption of tea and plants rich in polyphenols are known for various health-promoting functions such as diuretic, anticarcinogenic, immunity-support, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory effects. Different relevant investigations have revealed green tea polyphenols as potent antioxidants [,] to play important roles in inactivation of several signaling pathways involved in inflammation.– Source


Can green tea reduce inflammation in lupus


What is Green Tea?


Green tea is a type of tea that is made from unfermented leaves, pale in color,  and slightly bitter in flavor.  It is mainly produced in China and Japan.   Green tea comes from the same plant that black tea is made from, Camellia sinensis, but green tea and black tea are prepared differently.   Fresh leaves are steamed and used to produce green tea.  Green tea has been used for thousands of years in areas of China and Japan for various medicinal purposes.  Green tea is most commonly known for it’s health and weight loss aiding properties.  You have probably seen a variety of diets and detoxes that use green tea to help people lose weight.  Most people recognize the weigh loss effects of green tea, but many have not heard about the anti-inflammatory effect green tea can have on the body.  As a lupus patient, anti-inflammatory agents are often sought out and added to the diet to prevent inflammation being caused by lupus.  This article is intended to show how simply incorporating green tea in to your diet, may help alleviate inflammation that is associated with lupus.

While most people simply drink green tea as a beverage, it has also found many other ways to be incorporated for health benefits.  There are many forms of green tea sold in capsules and tablets, and most recently in the topical form (applied directly on the skin) in makeup, lotions, and other cosmetics.

How Can Green Tea Reduce Inflammation?


Green tea may also be useful in inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis. Research suggests that green tea may help arthritis by reducing inflammation and slowing the breakdown of cartilage.


“Leaves from Camellia Sinensis shrub form three types of teas including black tea, green tea and oolong tea, depending on their processing techniques. Green tea is prepared by steaming and drying the tealeaves (20% of total production). Tea extracts are commonly used as beverages, food additives or integrated into cosmetic and pharmaceutical formulations []. Tea extracts are rich in vitamins (B and C), minerals, polyphenols, caffeic acid, fertaric acid, tannins and volatiles. These polyphenols have been investigated for various biological and physiological activities.”- Source

This shows good promise that taking green tea supplements can help reduce inflammatory effects of Lupus on the body.


“It has been reported that one of the features of several non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs, is their ability to stabilize (prevent denaturation) heat-treated albumin at the physiological pH (pH: 6.2 – 6.5).[] Therefore, from the results of the present preliminary study, it can be concluded that both green and black tea leaves possess a marked anti-inflammatory effect against the denaturation of protein in vitro. Previous researchers have reported the anti-inflammatory activity of both green tea and black tea.[] “- Source

While both black and green tea have shown anti inflammatory effects, green tea seems to have a better response in regards to black tea.  If you have been thinking about adding green tea to your lupus diet, it seems that there would not be much issues in doing so.  It is always important to speak with your rheumatologist before beginning any physical activity, herbal regiment, or adding anything new in to your body.  If you have been asking yourself if green tea can reduce inflammation in lupus, we hope that this article has helped show you it has to potential to do so!

“The Lupus Diet Plan” Review



When it comes to finding a diet that can help manage your lupus symptoms, it is important to always discuss any new diet or exercise plans with your doctor.  Contrary to popular belief, there is not one set lupus diet that a lupus patient must follow.  There are many lupus diets out there and different people can have different results regarding each diet.  Always check with your rheumatologist when beginning a new lupus diet.  With that being said, there is a miracle book called, “The Lupus Diet Plan” and it is one of the best selling books on the lupus diet.



what is the lupus diet plan?
what is the lupus diet plan?


What is “The Lupus Diet Plan”?

“The Lupus Diet Plan” was written by a woman named Laura Rellihan who personally suffered from lupus.  After years of dealing with her lupus symptoms, she discovered a diet plan that changed how she fought lupus.  Laura became a Registered Dietician and has written this amazing book, “The Lupus Diet Plan” to help other lupus sufferers find relief naturally through food.



About the Author of “The Lupus Diet Plan”



Laura Rellihan, RD, LD/N Author of "The Lupus Diet Plan".
Laura Rellihan, RD, LD/N
Author of “The Lupus Diet Plan”- PHOTO SOURCE: LINKEDIN





LAURA RELLIHAN, RD, LD/N became interested in nutrition when she was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disorder at a young age. Today, Laura is the founder of a private nutrition practice, Back To Balance, Inc.  She enjoys competing in triathlons, backpacking, and creating new healthy recipes.

According to her LinkedIn profile, Laura currently lives in Jacksonville, Florida and is the owner of Back to Balance, Inc.   She graduated from The University of Florida with a BASc in Dietetics and Clinical Nutritious Services.  She has spent the last 8 years in her own nutrition practice providing guidance, knowledge, experience, and hope to those looking for nutritious alternative therapies for various health issues.




how can the lupus diet plan help you?
how can the lupus diet plan help you?

How can “The Lupus Diet Plan” Book Help You?


Laura hopes her book will help people with lupus to understand the importance of the food they eat and how it may affect their lupus.  What is so awesome about her book is the fact it comes with so many easy to follow recipes that can help you manage a better lupus diet.  “The Lupus Diet Plan” comes with over 100+ simple and amazingly delicious recipes that are packed full of anti-inflammatory foods.

She offers various lupus meal plans that are specific for certain conditions or coexisting conditions.  There is a basic lupus meal plan, a flare and fatigue meal plan, and a kidney support meal plan.  There is a meal plan for almost any specific lupus diet.



lupus diet plan review
lupus diet plan review

The Lupus Diet Plan: Meal Plans & Recipes to Soothe Inflammation, Treat Flares, and Send Lupus into Remission




lupus diet tip
lupus diet tip



“The Lupus Diet Plan” Can Help You Organize Your Eating Habits


If you have lupus, you probably have experienced brain fog and understand how important itemized food lists can be.  Well, Laura thought of that as well in her book.  You also receive lupus friendly food lists, a daily gratitude and habit tracker that are revved up with tips on taking care of yourself as a lupus patient.  This is a really awesome book that could potentially change the way your lupus affects you, simply through diet.  What is even better is that it’s available on Amazon for a great price!

Our Internal “The Lupus Diet Plan” Review:


In the first part of the book, Laura gives great detail into the connections between lupus and our diets.  She then provides reasons and tips that encourage eating well to feel well and living well to eat well.  Okay, enough with the first part!  The second part of “The Lupus Diet Plan” is where it’s at!  This portion of the book is slam packed and filled with various recipes for the best lupus diet!  Remember, Laura is a registered dietitian and her professional expertise really shows in this book.  Having lupus herself makes her an expert in creating healthy and functional and easily planned and cooked meal plans for those with lupus.



breakfast brunch recipes for a lupus diet
breakfast brunch recipes for a lupus diet

Breakfast and Brunch Recipes for a Lupus Diet


Laura starts off with over 10 recipes that are easy and healthy to make in the mornings or for brunch.  She offers a variety of anti-inflammatory ingredients in her recipes to ensure an awesome way to start off the day for a person suffering from lupus.  From unique Chocolate Banana Smoothie recipes to Swiss Chard Frittata, there is literally a delicious recipe to fit the palate of any lupus diet.  Laura also specializes in a secret recipe for Anti-Inflammatory Eggs Benedict.  If you are looking for delicious ways to amp up your lupus diet, we definitely recommend checking out these amazing anti-inflammatory recipes that Laura has crafted for those with lupus.




soup and salad recipes for a lupus diet
soup and salad recipes for a lupus diet


Soups and Salad Recipes for a Lupus Diet


Who doesn’t love an awesome and quick soup and salad recipe?  Laura has dedicated an entire section to powerful anti-inflammatory recipes to ensure a healthy and nutritious choice for those eating on a lupus diet.  She brings an amazing selection of quick starter recipes that include her own take on New England Clam Chowder, Warm Spinach Salad with Shrimp, and (one of our ultimate favorites) Creamy Avacado Coleslaw.  Most people think bland when they hear anything diet related, but the lupus diet should not be a short-term diet.  It really is a lifestyle change and Laura helps make this transition a lot smoother by providing us with detailed recipes that are helpful in managing our lupus.  Many of these recipes are super simple to create and are seriously delicious.


snacks and side recipes for a lupus diet
snacks and side recipes for a lupus diet

Snacks and Sides Recipes for a Lupus Diet


Most of us love to snack but have a hard time snacking right.  The same can be said when it comes to deciding on sides for your meal.  “The Lupus Diet Plan” has made this once hard task, a lot easier for those of us dealing with lupus brain fog.  This section of the book contains various recipes that are great additions to your lupus diet.  From Roasted Pumpkin Seed recipes to Balsamic-Glazed Mixed Vegetables, delicious snacks and sides can be found in this section.  If you are craving unique recipes that are actually good for you and your lupus, Laura’s book is seriously the best out there!





vegetarian and vegan recipes for a lupus diet
vegetarian and vegan recipes for a lupus diet


Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for a Lupus Diet


There are not many diets out there that offer really good vegetarian and vegan recipes.  “The Lupus Diet Plan” has set out and changed that.  With mouthwatering recipes like her special Veggie Pizza, Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms, and White Bean Chili the possibilities are seriously endless.  If you are looking for delicious and unique vegetarian and vegan recipes, “The Lupus Diet Plan” is the perfect choice when it comes to looking for a great recipe book.



seafood recipes for a lupus diet
seafood recipes for a lupus diet

Seafood Recipes for a Lupus Diet


When it comes to incorporating lean protein and omega 3 fatty acids into your diet, these seafood recipes are sure to be an easy and helpful implementation in your diet.  “The Lupus Diet Plan” has incredibly unique recipes for dishes that are seriously 5-star recipes.  In the seafood recipe section, Laura has handcrafted signature dishes full of anti-inflammatory foods.  Dishes like Asian Salmon with Spicy Coleslaw, Baked White Fish with Mango Salsa, and Spicy Shrimp with Sauteed Citrus Kale are the shining stars in the best lupus diet!  We could go on and on about the amazing seafood recipes in this book, but you really must get the book to see how many recipes there really are!




meat and poultry recipes for a lupus diet
meat and poultry recipes for a lupus diet


Meat and Poultry Recipes for a Lupus Diet


Finding the star of a dish is usually recognized as a delicious meat in most people’s diets.  This section of “The Lupus Diet Plan” has an array of choices for meat and poultry recipes that you can incorporate into your daily meal plans.  From dishes like Bacon-Wrapped Rosemary Chicken Drumsticks, Baked Chicken Packets, to Meatloaf with Sweet and Sour Glaze.  We can not get enough of the selection of meat and poultry recipes in “The Lupus Diet Plan”!



drink smoothie dessert recipes for a lupus diet
drink smoothie dessert recipes for a lupus diet

Drink, Smoothie, and Dessert Recipes for a Lupus Diet


Many recipe books always leave out the good stuff!  Things like a nutritional drink, smoothie, and dessert recipe.  This book is seriously amazing because it also has an awesome section of various drinks, smoothies, and desserts that can be made easily and are beneficial in your lupus diet.  “The Lupus Diet Plan” has dazzling sweet recipes like Citrus Berry Fizz, Orange Creamsicle Smoothies, and Easy Almond Butter Cookies.  If you are looking for healthy ways to satisfy your sweet tooth, check out the dessert section of “The Lupus Diet Plan”!




broth sauce dressing recipe for a lupus diet
broth sauce dressing recipe for a lupus diet


Broth, Sauces, and Dressings for a Lupus Diet


We all know that broth, sauces, and dressings account for a probably too large a portion of our diet…..but we also know they are delicious!  The author of “The Lupus Diet Plan” seriously knows what is good for lupus diets and what is good to taste buds!  She has included many recipes that include things like: Mushroom Broth, Lemon-Basil Vinagarette, and an Easy Tartar Sauce.  Believe us when we say this is seriously the best diet book for lupus patients!



Reviews on “The Lupus Diet Plan”


lupus diet plan review
lupus diet plan review: SOURCE: Amazon



There are over 40 reviews for “The Lupus Diet Plan” on Amazon alone!  The comments from fellow lupus patients are extremely encouraging if you are still deciding on whether or not you should spend a few dollars on this book.  The great thing is that you can order it on Amazon Kindle and have access to this miracle book immediately.  If you are on the fence about starting a lupus diet, we highly recommend that you purchase this book.  It is affordable and one of the best books that you will ever come across while researching the lupus diet.


Check out these other Amazon Reviews on “The Lupus Diet Plan”:


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lupus diet plan review SOURCE: Amazon



lupus diet plan review
lupus diet plan review SOURCE: Amazon

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“The Lupus Diet Plan”, click HERE!


Lupus Diet: Organic Mamma Chia Beverage Review


organic momma chia beverage review


Like many of you, I really like to find healthy drinks that are not only good for me, but that also taste good.  That becomes even harder when you have texture issues with food and drinks.  I have tried aloe drinks in the past that were just too slimy and too chunky for me to even attempt to drink.  I tried…but usually failed.

When I first saw this gorgeous bottle of Organic Mamma Chia: Blackberry Hibiscus drink, I was not sure what to think.  I mean, it is packaged beautifully and has a really inviting deep-purple color.  But…there were actual chia seeds just kind of floating within the drink.  I was wary to try this drink, but the amount of nutrients in this drink were amazing and I had to try it.

Once I got past the initial texture shock, I was actually surprised.  I did not mind the slight thickness to the beverage and actually could not believe how amazing it tasted.  I like blackberry flavored things, but I have never tried a drink with hibiscus.  I have to admit it was uniquely refreshing.   The fact that it was mixed with blackberry really helped to create an exotic and organic masterpiece of a drink.  I highly recommend trying a bottle of Organic Mamma Chia’s Blackberry Hibiscus drink.


Ingredients in Organic Mamma Chia Beverage in Blackberry Hibiscus


This list of ingredients can be found on the back of your label:


  • Hydrated Chia Seeds (purified water, chia seeds)
  • Agave
  • Lemon Juice
  • Hibiscus Extract
  • Natural Flavors
  • Blackberry juice concentrate
  • fruit and vegetable juice for color
  • citric acid



This beverage has been Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth.


This chia infused drink provides an amazing 2500mg of Omega-3s.   Each serving of Organic Mamma Chia provides you with 4 grams of plant protein!  Each serving also contains 24% of your daily fiber.  As if all of those benefits are not enough, but each serving of Organic Mamma Chia provides you with an ample 10% of your daily value of calcium.


Organic Mamma Chia can be found at most retail grocery stores like Wal-mart.  You can also order off of Amazon in bulk.