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Nutrition – trigger and protector in autoimmune diseases

Antoniya Atanassova, Miglena Georgieva

Abstract

Nutrition, mucosal immune system, intestinal microbiome, and immune-mediated diseases are intertwined and interact with each other. This review examines the connections between obesity, salt consumption, gluten, low-calorie diets, polyunsaturated fatty acids, olive oil, polyphenols, antioxidants, vitamin D, probiotics, and the immune system, and their role as a trigger or protective factor in the inflammatory cascade. Some practical aspects of the diet for autoimmune diseases are also presented as part of the personalised approach.


Keywords

nutrition, autoimmune diseases, immune-mediated diseases, inflammation, immune system, microbiome, probiotics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/isuvsme.v24i2.6182

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