A new perspective on autoimmune diseases (Innbundet)


Erik Hexeberg og Sofie Hexeberg

Norwegian title: Nytt blikk på autoimmun sykdom
Author: og
Binding: Innbundet
Year: 2019
Pages: 254
Publisher: Cappelen Damm
Språk: Bokmål
ISBN/EAN: 9788202609184
Kategori: Self Help
Overview Nytt blikk på autoimmun sykdom

Generally, patients are presented with the perception of the autoimmune diseases as being 'auto' in the sense that the body starts to attack itself without any cause and that the disease is also 'auto' in the way that the disease continues and will not be controlled unless the patient is treated with anti-inflammatory drugs.

What if food proteins, both gluten and other food proteins, are identified by the body as unfamiliar to the body? Coeliac disease is often regarded as the “model disease” for autoimmune diseases. But as removal of gluten from the diet cures the patient the disease is not truly 'auto' in any sense.

In this book the authors demonstrate the link between autoimmune diseases and food proteins by blood tests showing increased concentration of antibodies to specific food proteins and in parallel identifies parts of food proteins in urine samples. The authors propose a model where any food protein could elicit an immune response in a susceptible individual and thereby trigger an autoimmune disease.

The dietary advice this book offers is based on this approach, and the book contains stories from people with different autoimmune diseases.

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Reviews Nytt blikk på autoimmun sykdom

Friskere av autoimmunsykdom? 17.07.2019

«På 255 sider har forfatterne fått med seg et vell av nyttig informasjon, og vi oppfordrer lesere med og uten autoimmunsykdom til å kjøpe boka!»

Dag Viljen Poleszynski, Helsemagasinet VOF juli 2019

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Author Erik Hexeberg

Sofie Hexeberg is a doctor, diet expert and a writer. Together with her husband Erik Hexeberg, they run Dr. Hexeberg's clinic in Tønsberg and Bærum and are particularly concerned with how patients can improve health through dietary changes.

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