Alternative to Traditional Lupus Treatment

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired from Lupus symptoms such as: Achy painful or swollen joints, Muscle pain, Unexplained fever, Extreme fatigue, Red rashes on various parts of your body, Chest pains upon deep breathing, Unusual loss of hair
Pale or purple fingers or toes from cold or stress (Raynaud’s phenomenon)
Sensitivity to the sun
Swelling (edema) in legs or around eyes
Swollen glands
Cold fingers and toes due to circulatory problems.
If You Suffer From Lupus Science Has Uncovered
Real Hope so You Can Reclaim Your Health Now

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE or lupus) is a devastating autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of joints, tendons, skin and other connective tissues, and organs. Lupus causes the immune system to produce antibodies that attack your own body’s cells and tissues.

According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc. (AARDA), autoimmune disease is now the third major category of illness in the United States and many industrialized countries, following heart disease and cancer, and it is the fourth leading cause of disability among women in the United States.

There are three types of lupus: discoid, systemic, and drug-induced. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease, characterized by tissue and cell damage caused by auto antibodies.

Lupus can be life threatening when the lungs, kidneys or heart are attacked by the antibodies.

An autoimmune condition means that your own bodily systems are destroyed by your immune system. It just wakes up and has some form of mis-communication or misunderstanding and begins to launch an attack on your own cells.

Despite decades of research into the disease, Drugs are not curing systemic lupus and doctors have only been able to treat the symptoms using steroids and dialysis.

For many individuals, symptoms and damage from the disease can be controlled with available anti-inflammatory medications. However, if a patient is not closely monitored, the side effects from the medications can be quite serious.
Treatment of Systemic lupus is limited to symptomatic control, and toxic side-effects to all pharmaceutical medications are quite common. They never deal with THE SOURCE of the problem, THE ROOT CAUSE deep down inside of you that CREATES Lupus!

Are steroid medications and immunosuppressive medications the best solution?

Targeting a symptom while at the same time creating another health challenge can be a vicious cycle.

Drugs can actually make your quality of life worse!

Picture 2Every autoimmune condition, including Lupus, has one thing in common – the Immune System cannot properly recognize cells of the body, and mistakenly attacks them.

“Autoimmune Diseases” are basically ones in which a person’s immune system attacks his or her own tissue.

Every disease expresses a symptom or symptoms to alarm your body that there is a problem. Taking a drug to mask the symptom is not addressing the root cause of the problem.

The Root Cause of Lupus is a Dysfunctional Immune System

The solution is to identify what factors are causing your immune system dysfunctions. The medical community is so focused on finding a cure for individual diseases, where maybe there is no magic drug that can cure the human body of disease conditions.
Disease conditions are cellular dysfunctions. Each disease has specific problems or dysfunctions that cause symptoms and the medical community focus on addressing the symptoms of disease even if the treatment for the symptom suppression causes adverse side effects and in some cases do more harm in the long-term treatment of the disorder.

Your body is a biological miracle that is pre-programmed for optimal health. With today’s scientific and technical advances, they are able to identify the specific cellular dysfunctions of specific disease conditions such as systemic lupus.

As an example there is a deficiency in one of the complement proteins that almost always results in lupus.

Healthy and Unhealthy Cells
Healthy and Unhealthy Cells

Above is a picture of a human cell amplified by a powerful microscope; the cell on the left is what a normal healthy cell should look like covered in glycoforms and complement proteins. The cell on the right has altered glycoforms and missing complement proteins due to specific glycoprotein deficiencies.

All cells have various structures as illustrated below. The green strands are carbohydrate structures (made of various glycoforms).

Various Cell Structures
Various Cell Structures

People with autoimmune conditions have altered carbohydrate and glycoprotein structures as compared to normal healthy cells. Refer to this study revealing altered glycoproteins.

When your cells have altered carbohydrate structures, your immune system mistakes your cells as enemy cells and launches an attack on itself. This triggers dysfunction at the cellular level which results in specific symptoms like inflammation of the joints, skin rashes, extreme fatigue etc…

Your body is an extremely intelligent organism, behind the scenes science has been focusing on what does your body’s systems require and how do you support your body’s systems at the cellular level so that your systems can function the way they were designed to.

Immunologists are identifying the specific dysfunctional cellular process in many disease conditions at the molecular level of human cells.

Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers study of all aspects of the immune system in all organisms. It deals with, among other things, the physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and disease; malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders.

Science is finally getting that the immune system is not just a few specialized cells in the body every organ and every tissue is part of your immune system. The immune system is composed of the thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, lymphatic vessels, tonsils and adenoids, and—most important—the bone marrow, which manufactures all the stem cells that eventually develop into T cells, B cells, phagocytes, macrophages, Natural Killer (NK) cells, etc.

All your systems work synergistically together and when there is a dysfunction at the cellular level it begins to effect the other systems of your body.

Why does lupus occur?

Learn about the underlying causes of lupus at the cellular and how glyconutrients support your body’s immune and cellular systems. When supported properly your body can restore the proper function of your cells and control the inflammation that causes the symptoms of lupus

Lupus is a disease in which people are lacking a portion of their immune system and it attacks their own DNA. People with Lupus have a dysfunctional immune system where it is mistakenly attacking its own cells.

While scientists believe there is a genetic predisposition to the disease, it is known that environmental factors also play a critical role in triggering lupus. Some of the environmental factors that may trigger the disease are: infections, antibiotics (especially those in the sulfa and penicillin groups), ultraviolet light, extreme stress, and certain drugs.

Why would your own immune system try
to defend the body against itself?

Researchers have found that B cells are merely acting on the orders of a set of glycoproteins called cellular messengers, and when these cellular messengers are missing or altered, the system goes awry.

Once these protein messengers on your cell surface become altered your body’s immune cells mistakenly recognize these cells as foreign cells and launch an attack on your own cells, organs and systems.

The true answer to correcting this disease process called lupus is to identify why your cells are missing these cell surface protein glycoforms and what is causing them to become altered in the first place.

This is the focus of an emerging field called Glycobiology. Because there are multiple factors causing this disease process to manifest in your body you need to focus on providing what your body’s cells require to function properly.

This can be achieved by providing what your body’s systems require to support a biological process called cellular restoration.

Picture 1What causes or contributes to the
onset of systemic lupus?

There are genetic predispositions, environmental factors such as pollution, toxic chemicals, smog, overuse of pharmaceutical medications, extreme stress, synthetic hormones, lack of essential nutrients, lack of required nutrients, too much sugar, to many refined and synthetic foods and the list goes on.
All of the above factors combined lead to dysfunctional cells at the molecular level, which leads to dysfunctional tissues, which leads to dysfunctional organs, which leads to dysfunctional bodily and immune systems.

What can You Do To Restore the Proper function
to your bodies, cells, tissues, organs and systems?

Build Your Health At The Molecular Level of Your Cells

By restoring the proper function and balance of your cells.

You need optimal nutrition all the cells of your body
You need to help your body eliminate toxins
You need to support your body’s ability to deal with stress
A dysfunctional hormonal system plays a huge role in the onset of Lupus and contributes significantly to the inflammation that occurs. Hormones control processes in your body such as inflammation. By consuming nutrients that support your body’s production of hormones your body will resolve the problems that cause the inflammation to occur in the first place. One of the major problems when you suffer from Lupus is inflammation. You need to support your endocrine system by supplying nutrients your body must have so it can continually produce the hormones your body requires to balance your hormonal system. Your body will control the inflammation when supported correctly. A specific nutrient called phytosterols or phytohormones provides nutrients your body must have so that it can regulate and balance the hormones. Learn more about these essential nutrients phytosterols or phytohormones.

Autoimmune conditions are missing specific cell surface glycoprotein’s that lead to cellular dysfunctions. You need to supply your body the specific nutrients your body requires to support the biological process of restoring the proper assembly of cell surface glycoproteins. Glyconutrients supply your body the resources it requires to produce cell surface glycoproteins. If you do not have these 8 vital glyconutrients, your body replaces this with sucrose or white table sugar and then you start to have faulty message coding on the surface of your cells which leads to autoimmune conditions such as Lupus. By consuming the 8 vital glyconutrients your cells now have the proper supply of nutrients to support normalization of the cell surface and your body will restore the proper function so that over time your body will restore health.

Oxidative stress caused by many factors disrupts your body’s ability to restore proper function of the cell and contribute to the retention of chemicals and toxins in your systems. The retention of chemicals causes cellular and bodily system dysfunctions that lead to increased disease symptoms because your body was not designed to be exposed to the amount of chemicals and toxins. Antioxidants protect your body’s cells and systems from cellular damage caused by chemicals and other stress factors that disrupt your body’s systems. With increased amounts of the right blend of antioxidants your body can defend, protect and restore proper function to your systems and cell processes. This in turn will help you prevent one of the contributing factors that lead to disease conditions like Lupus.

Your key to optimal health and wellness is through Cellular Restoration and a Properly Functioning Immune SystemLearn how you can restore proper immune function to your cells and bodily systems.

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