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10 Lupus Diet and Nutrition Do’s and Don’ts


9. DO: Drink Water

Make sure to drink enough water through the day. The 8 glasses a day idea is not a rule, but you should be sipping water regularly. It can help push out toxins from the body and it can help the sluggish digestive systems many lupus sufferers experience.

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