HELP...Weekly diet recipes for curing Lupus?

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   Posted 12/24/2012 6:09 PM (GMT -6)   
I have been diagnosed for Lupus more than 12 years, but I have been seriously sick a lot (joint pains all all over and could not get off the bed for a month, 2 Kidney inflammation, 1 big plus 1 small cut surgeries for ovary abscess, joint pain on and off and tried all the time...)

I saw many articles saying right diet can cure Lupus...I hope this can help me too...I am very sick and tried of being suffer all days long and having pain most of my life, especially winter time...

Does anyone have any recipe so I can follow to eat weekly or monthly; I prefer them not too expensive and easy to buy in supermarket, please!

Your recipe and information will be very much appreciated.

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   Posted 12/24/2012 7:38 PM (GMT -6)   
I've heard eating an anti-inflammatory diet of whole foods, no gluten, no red meat can help.

I just take fish oil, folic acid, cranberry fruit pills, tramadol, and occasional tylenol. I also take paxil which seems to relax my muscles some.
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   Posted 12/24/2012 9:57 PM (GMT -6)   
There is no cure for lupus, diet or otherwise.  An antiinflammatory diet has been shown to help some people alleviate their symptoms, not cure lupus.  Those who have celiac disease or have a gluten intolerance should be on a gluten free diet.  Trying it won't hurt if you feel strongly about it.
Dr Weils anti inflammatory diet is a good place to start.  There are other, similar diets.
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