November 2011 Issue
Nutrition Is Key Against Autoimmunity
Every day your immune system protects you by attacking invaders such as bacteria and viruses. But when something goes awry with the bodys immune system, immune cells may attack and damage tissues they were designed to protect, resulting in an autoimmune disease. Either the immune system mistakenly identifies healthy tissue as an invader and attacks it, or the immune system is unable to regulate its response.
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