204: The Rise of Autoimmune Disease (& How to Thrive Even If You Have It) With Dr. Guillermo Ruiz

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204: The Rise of Autoimmune Disease (& How to Thrive Even If You Have It) With Dr. Guillermo Ruiz

The Rise of Autoimmune Disease (& How to Thrive Even If You Have It) With Dr. Guillermo Ruiz

The Rise of Autoimmune Disease (& How to Thrive Even If You Have It) With Dr. Guillermo Ruiz

It is no secret that autoimmune disease is on the rise, and many of us may have it and not even know. Today I talk to Dr. Guillermo Ruiz, a graduate medical student from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine about why we’re seeing such a rise and what to do about it.

His aim is to use his research to advance naturopathic medicine using an evidence-based approach. He currently practices at Integrative Health in Scottsdale Arizona where he specializes in endocrinology.

Episode Highlights With Dr. Guillermo Ruiz

  • What autoimmune disease is (& warning signs to look for)
  • The 3 big causes of autoimmune disease
  • What inflammation has to do with it
  • Major misunderstandings about how to treat autoimmunity
  • Why we should cycle supplements
  • The truth about remission: can autoimmune disease ever really go away?
  • And more!

Resources We Mention

Learn more about Dr. Guillermo Ruiz and his practice at www.3030strong.com or his podcast 30/30 Health.

Books Dr. Guillermo Recommends

More From Wellness Mama

Do you have more questions about autoimmune disease? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

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