About This Episode
In episode #6 of The Alex Manos Podcast I speak with Robyn Puglia (IFMCP) on the role food plays in autoimmune disease. We discuss the different ways the body can inappropriately respond to food, including immune-mediated and non-immune mediated mechanism. We discuss how to persoanlise the diet, rather than following a generic diet such as The Autoimmune Paleo diet, by taking in to consideration the individuals symptoms.
Robyn also shares insight in to which tests may be most valuable to run when suffering with autoimmune disease. The most important and initial consideration being a comprehensive stool test.
As a result, we also start discussing the role of stress, gut health, nutrient status, immunity and infections, sleep and exercise play in supporting those with autoimmunity.
These topics will be discussed in detail in later episodes.
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Robyn’s website is: www.robynpuglia.com.
- Click here for a blog article I wrote on food allergies and oral tolerance.
- Blog articles will be up soon on food intolerance, cross-reactivity, and food sensitivities.
- Role of Regulatory Cells in Oral Tolerance: click here
- Beyond Hygiene: Commensal Microbiota and Allergic Diseases: click here
- Mechanisms of Tolerance Induction: click here
- Immunological Reactivity Using Monoclonal and
Polyclonal Antibodies of Autoimmune Thyroid Target Sites with Dietary Proteins: click here
- A Potential Benefit of “Balanced Diet” for Rheumatoid Arthritis: click here
- Role of Diet in Influencing Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Activity: click here
- Dietary Fiber and Bacterial SCFA Enhance Oral Tolerance and Protect against Food Allergy through Diverse Cellular Pathways (animal study): click here
- Cross-reactivity between aeroallergens and food allergens: click here
- Cross-Reaction between Gliadin and Different Food and Tissue Antigens: click here
- Molecular mimicry as a mechanism for food immune reactivities and autoimmunity: click here
Tests To Consider:
These are listed for educational purposes only, and to support practitioners following the podcast. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before completing any testing.