Clinical Trial Results Promising for People with Lupus

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a mysterious chronic autoimmune disease in which the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue.iii,iv SLE can affect tissues like the skin, joints, kidneys, brain and other organs, resulting in a wide variety of signs and symptoms that impact the daily lives of those with the disease.iii,iv Globally, an estimated 5 million people live with a form of lupusv and SLE accounts for approximately 70% of all cases of lupus.v Now, the results from a clinical trial are providing hope to people living with SLE. RemeGen,…

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Why You Should Audit Your Training

If you’re feeling stuck, frustrated that your efforts haven’t delivered the results you wanted, and you are spinning your wheels, then the answer is a simple, yes. You should audit your training.   What do I mean by audit your training? Well, it’s simple really. You need to make sure what you’re doing will actually get you where you want to go. This sounds obvious, and you’re probably thinking that of course if you train hard you’ll get there, and I get it, I really do—but if that’s the case…

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Paleo Turkey Pot Pie – The Real Food Dietitians

Got leftover turkey? Turn it into the comfort food meal of your dreams with this Paleo Turkey Pot Pie. Flaky crust + Hearty filling = Paleo turkey pot pie bliss I don’t think I really need to say much more than that. I mean, the photos pretty much speak for themselves. A cozy plate of turkey and vegetables in a light thyme-sage gravy topped with a ridiculously buttery/flaky/melt-in-your-mouth grain-free pastry crust. End of story? Almost. We should probably talk about that flaky, buttery pastry crust a little more since it’s…

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