Autoimmune Life

5 MORE Things Not to Say to Someone with Chronic Illness

A few months ago I shared a post listing 5 Things to Stop Saying to Someone with Chronic Illness and included what to say instead. Autoimmune disease is hard for people to understand and sympathize with for many reasons. First, many autoimmune diseases are invisible and the symptoms, like fatigue

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Why You’re Not Getting Better: Troubleshooting Your Healing

Have you been following the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) for a while and have only seen marginal improvements? Maybe you’ve been doing this for months and haven’t noticed any differences at all. If that’s you, you’re probably feeling totally defeated, fed-up with the whole thing and are soooo ready to throw

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Loving Your Child with Chronic Illness: Part II

From Jesse: In April I introduced you to my husband, Jesse, as he shared his experience being married to someone with chronic illness. This week I am excited to introduce you all to Samantha and I’s incredible parents. Many of the stories out there about living with chronic illness are

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Loving Your Child with Chronic Illness: Part I

From Jesse: Last month I introduced you to my husband, Jesse, as he shared his experience being married to someone with chronic illness. This week I am excited to introduce you all to Samantha and I’s incredible parents. Many of the stories out there about living with chronic illness are

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Marriage & Autoimmunity: One Husband’s Perspective

From Jesse: This week I am excited to introduce you all to my amazing husband. Funnily enough, his name is also Jesse. Yes, we are Jesse & Jesse. We’ve been married for almost four years and have been through a lot of growth and change together during that time. So

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Spreading Love & Service at a Distance

This past Sunday my husband and I tuned into our regular church service via live stream and I was so inspired by our pastor’s words that I felt compelled to share her message with you all today. Many of us are experiencing a lot of fear, uncertainty, anxiety, or panic

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Diagnosis Related Depression

Let me (Jesse) preface this post by saying I am not a mental health professional. I am simply writing about my own experience in hopes that someone reading can find support and hope.  Last month, I shared my story of living with Ulcerative Colitis. Experiencing diagnosis related depression has been

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Jesse’s Story: A Work in Progress

As I (Jesse) approach the one-year anniversary of my healing journey with chronic Lyme Disease and my seven-year journey with Ulcerative Colitis, I realize that I have never shared my full story about living with autoimmune disease. I’ve really wrestled with this and have tried to figure out why the

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Thriving During the Holidays

Let’s thrive together this holiday season, not just survive! The holidays can be filled with both joy and pain. Festive Christmas decorations and sipping hot cocoa by the fire can feel so comforting and joyful, while wishing you could enjoy it together with a lost loved one or anticipating difficult

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

Hi, I'm Jesse

I empower women autoimmune warriors to reclaim their health by teaching each woman how to make the right food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.

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