Ask the Expert: Dr. Ronenn Roubenoff provides an overview of the role good nutrition can play in helping to manage lupus.
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You know the importance of following your doctor’s guidelines about medication, exercise, and rest; reducing stress; and eating a healthy diet. But if you’re like many people with lupus, at one time or another you’ve come across a dietary or herbal supplement that really sounds as though it could help you. So, what do you do?
Answers to your diet and nutrition questions
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