Best Superfoods A to Z

We know that the food we eat can create flares or prevent flares. Take some control over battling lupus with the foods you eat. Eat healthier and have less flaring. It’s not a cure but it’s a definite help in beating lupus day to day! Here are some of the Best Superfoods from A to Z! #LupusInColor

Day 31 31 Days Of Self Love

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31 Days Of Self Love Beyond Lupus

Do everything in your power to be happy in spite of lupus. Don’t allow your self love to fade as you battle. Always remember your Love is the most important of all if you don’t love yourself you will make your battle even more difficult. Love YOU with every fiber of your being because you are more than worth it. #LupusInColor

Day 29 31 Days Of Self Love

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31 Days Of Self Love Beyond Lupus

Speak words over yourself that encourage you in your fight. What you focus on will ultimately manifest in larger ways as you feed it. Speak well and there will be more times that you will feel well. #LupusInColor

Day 28 31 Days Of Self Love

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31 Days Of Self Love Beyond Lupus

Let go of being mad at yourself for having lupus. Forgive yourself for blaming you for something you could not stop so YOU can move into a place of healing. Carrying around that anger and guilt only poisons you and makes your lupus battle harder!


Day 27 31 Days Of Self Love

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31 Days Of Self Love Beyond Lupus

Today take time to do something for yourself that will improve your battle over lupus. Take a walk, do a dance, smile, or write a positive affirmation to get you through those difficult moments. Whether it is just getting some air or doing a complete workout, it will make your battle a little bit easier. #LupusInColor

Tumeric Tea

UPDATE: As with anything you try please check with your doctor and this is not medical advice just a suggestion. We are not responsible for any issues that may occur.

IMPORTANT NOTE: anyone on warfarin (Coumadin) or other anticoagulants, Proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) and H2 blockers , Anti-diabetic medications , should steer clear of turmeric or curcumin.

This recipe will be your best friend during cold and flu season. This tea is a combination of things that will do a body good.

Turmeric: This spice is a member of the ginger root family, and is known for its anti-inflammatory effects. In fact, in India, it is widely used for arthritis and joint pain relief. A main compound of turmeric, curcumin, has been shown in at least 30 different studies to have anti-tumor/anticancer and antioxidant effects. This spice has also been shown to be a wonderful detoxing agent for the liver.

Ginger: A classic for settling an upset stomach, this root too has anti-inflammatory effects. Ginger has also been shown to improve circulation, and has been used in Asian cultures for hundreds of years to treat cold hands and feet.

Cinnamon: Cinnamon has been shown to lower blood sugar by increasing glucose metabolism, and also to improve capillary function. This spice also has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects.

Anti Inflammatory Tumeric Tea


1 cup Water

1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder

1/4 tsp ground Cinnamon

1/4 tsp ground Ginger

1/2 tsp Raw Honey

1 Tbsp Lemon Juice


In a small saucepan, bring the water to a steam (not quite to a boil, the hotter it gets, the longer you have to wait for it to cool.)

Add the spices, honey and lemon juice, and stir to combine.

Remove the saucepan from heat, and cover with a lid.

Allow the mixture to steam and combine for 10 minutes.

Drink once cooled. This tea will settle as you drink it, so you will need a spoon to redistribute the spices.

(Information provided from the internet from primal plate)