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Are Autoimmune disorders/diseases avoidable?

Commented on January 05, 2014
Created January 04, 2014 at 11:46 PM

Due to these diseases & disorders being a malfunctioning immune system, does this then mean that ALL of them have environmental triggers?? I have no medical background so please be gentle (haha) One of the reasons i ask is, i always thought type 2 diabetes was diet/lifestyle related but type 1 diabetics were just damn unlucky. From my (limited) reading i am now curious as to whether type one has a trigger also?? Thanks in advance for any non flaming answers.

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Thanks for your input @Milfy.. i was thinking the same thing of late. I think one of the bits i read for example was, lectins eventually resulting in our bodies attacking our pancreas. Although there's obviously a lot more to the process than that.

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Possibly. No-one knows for sure. I've read about a link between homogenized milk and juvenile diabetes for example. In my personal opinion is it's highly likely that for some people type 1 diabetes triggered by something environmental or by something in our diets. But I'm no expert and it's simply my opinion

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on January 05, 2014
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Thanks for your input @Milfy.. i was thinking the same thing of late. I think one of the bits i read for example was, lectins eventually resulting in our bodies attacking our pancreas. Although there's obviously a lot more to the process than that.

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