Healthy dietary practices have been seen to manage symptoms of lupus and even reduce the risk of lupus if it runs in your family. Though the disease is not treatable, it can be managed by following a healthy lifestyle in terms of sleep, exercise, and diet. Food can have an impact on some symptoms such as fatigue and stiff joints. In some people, diet has been beneficial in reducing frequent headaches, skin irritation, and anxiety. However, researchers are still looking into the connection. A research study published in the journal Lupus Science and Medicine informs that resistant starch, a form of dietary fibre, may be responsible for enhancing the effectiveness of the gut microbiome. The resistant starch is present in foods like oats, barley, beans, and lentils.
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