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Changing your diet to include more fish may not appeal to everyone, but if you want to soothe some of the symptoms of lupus, adding salmon, tuna, haddock or cod to your diet may be an important first step. Oily fish contain very high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, the anti-inflammatory “good” fats that our body needs. Increasing your omega-3 levels can reduce inflammation throughout the body, protect the heart, ensure proper digestive health and even detoxify the body. Since autoimmune diseases attack the immune system, any additional level of protection against infections is crucial, and fish can keep you healthy!

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