Do supplements work for any auto immune system disorders?

No evidence. There is no evidence that any supplements work to treat auto immune disorders. If you have an auto immune disease, please discuss any herbs, supplements or otc medicines you take with your rheumatologist. Some could make you worse!

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Can supplements work for auto immune system disorders?

With the exception . Other than zinc, a multivitamin, keeping weight good, avoiding stress, getting adequate sleep, and having good overall nutrition. I do recommend added omega-3 for all my patients with autoimmune disease! Read more...

My wife has chronic hives from an auto immune disorder. What vitamins and supplements can she take to help strengthen her immune system?

NONE. See a dermatologist. She can be treated. Don't waste your money on useless junk. There is no such thing as "strengthen the immune system". Meanwhile try claratin or Allegra (fexofenadine) or zyrtec----get a generic. Read more...
Can't recommend any. Experimenting might find something helpful. But the idea that vitamins and supplements "strengthen the immune system" or correct an autoimmune disorder (a misdirected, rather than a weak, immune system) are created by advertising rather than real science. If this is anti-fosr1 or anti-ige disease, there may be something specific to help. If not, has an elimination diet been considered? Read more...