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Keeping Your Independence While Beating Autoimmune Disease

Are You Someone Who:

  • Struggles to find a routine to keep your independence with an autoimmune disease?
  • Becomes overwhelmed in finding "the right" diet and lifestyle choices to eliminate inflammation.
  • Has trouble voicing the need for support and community outreach.
  • Puts off seeing the doctor because of a bad consumer experience in the past?

Trust me, I get it first hand, having to live with Lupus since 2008. The day they diagnosed you, the doctor reads the results, answer a question or two then sent you on your way. Experience with your provider shouldn't be negative, it should be a pleasant and compassionate visit. That's why I created this Lifestyle Management Program for Autoimmune Disease.

Never Forget.

Do You Need a Lifestyle Management Program for Autoimmune Disease?

Take the short survey!

Lifestyle Management Program Survey
How Recent were You Diagnosed?
How long has it been since your provider gave your diagnosis & you've been managing your autoimmune disease?

Recently Diagnosed with Autoimmune Disease & Confused?

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What to do when you wear the super-cape and you feel you're losing your freedom?

Communication, trust and community to help you plan strategically. You must find the right tone to help others understand what you're experiencing and be understanding when people need clarification. Allowing trust to open so that other people can help you is critical. You do not have to do this by yourself. Talk to someone, ask questions or you will find it harder to have your freedom with autoimmune disease.

The Education

How much do you know?

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The goal is to determine how much help you need?

The goal is to determine how much help you need? Symptom's tracking is critical in managing your inflammation because it can help source the root of the problem, or close to it. Each day is different or will just be a regular day for you, either way, keeping a journal will help target the triggers if problems were to arise. This part of your life requires strict discipline in your habits and mindset. These are factor's that contribute to your inflammation.

Facts about Autoimmune Disease:

  • The body’s natural defense system can’t differentiate between your own cells and harmful foreign cells
  • There are 80 to 100 autoimmune diseases known today
  • Some common autoimmune diseases are Type 1 diabetes, Rheumatoid arthritis, and Psoriasis

Common Symptoms:

  • Fatigue
  • Joint pain and swelling
  • Skin problems
  • Recurring fevers
  • Abdominal pain or digestive issues
  • Swollen glands

From You:

  • Ready to start lifestyle changes
  • Eager to learn more about your condition and pain management
  • Scared but Confident that you will overcome this!
  • Ready to live your best life with No Limits!

Just Think About It, You Could

Strive Everyday

Embrace every day with confidence! Create your new lifestyle with a boost in bold confidence knowing your inflammation is being managed with proper treatment. You are no longer afraid to attack the next obstacle and you control your stress triggers.

Have a Bulletproof System

Design, test and execute a strategy to manage your inflammation on a day-to-day basis. Testing a variety of methods and having patience to find one that works for you will give you the results you need. You will learn more about yourself during this time than ever before.

Keep Your Independence

Wake up and move how you please! No more worries on being co-dependent or heavily relying on someone else for support. You will have gotten all the education and resources you need to continue to be independent with your autoimmune disease.


My name is Mariah Allen, a person living with autoimmune disease, yet not a person suffering from autoimmune disease, thanks to some healthy life choices.

Personally facing the difficulties and hardships of this disease, I have learned a lot along the course of its period. The do's and don'ts, the how and why of this disease and intend to help others through my prolonged experience. I want others to benefit from my learnings without going through the trouble and confusion that I went.

  • Graduate BA Communications with a focus in health and nutrition
  • Health Educator of Northside School District
  • Health and Wellness Web Designer for nonprofit organizations

Are you ready to make the necessary changes to beat inflammation?

It's time to cut out the tough guy act trust me, it'll only make you


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