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If you are suffering with Lupus, you've probably experienced that eating healthy is a leading contributor to how you feel and when you eat certain foods that aren’t good for your body, you feel terrible and it effects your Lupus often leading to flares. Can you relate?
Ultimately you want to give your body what makes you feel good and what will keep you healthy right? But the reality of always eating a healthy diet is a constant challenge and sometimes it’s just TOO hard. When you are in so much pain that you can’t move or are so tired you don’t want to get out of bed, the extra responsibility of making sure what you eat won’t cause a flare, can just be too much to handle. You know that there is always tomorrow to get back on track and start eating healthy again but that doesn’t take away how terrible you feel today. But what if you learned there was something that made the process of putting something healthy in your body consistently, both realistic and obtainable? And what if it was easy to take and could ultimately both stop your current flares and prevent future ones? Do you think you would be willing try and stick with something like that? Even if it took time to work but would ultimately bring your body back to a healthier state, would you keep taking it even if you knew you wouldn’t see the results immediately? And if you knew it was all-natural, could often be taken with your current medications and would not cause the side effects of pharmaceutical drugs, would that help make the decision easier? You know that there is no quick fix for Lupus and that it would take time for your body to stop getting flares as it heals and repairs itself. But do you think taking a supplement every day is something you could realistically do even when you are feeling at your worst? If the end result was feeling better and finally getting your flares under control, could you put into words the value and worth of something like that?
Lupura is a daily nutritional supplement that dramatically provides relief from the symptoms of Lupus, naturally. We are actively involved in the Lupus community and have had the privilege of watching our customers transform their health. Come read what our customers are experiencing and learn about our unique product composed of clinically-studied ingredients. We offer a risk free guarantee, and a personal passion for you to feel like yourself again. Lupura makes a new healthier you, a reality.
But wait if Lupura really works, why didn't my Rheumatologist tell me about it and why I haven't I heard about it before now?
We don't have have any doubt that doctors and Rheumatologists have your health and wellbeing in mind, but the reality is they can only offer the options available at their disposal which unfortunately often does not include natural treatments. This doesn't mean they don't work, it's just that doctors aren't trained in treating sickness and disease with them. They are trained to use pharmaceutical drugs as treatment and so those are the usual options they offer. Unfortunately pharmaceutical drugs come with drastic and sometimes devastating side effects, especially with Lupus. Additionally, the drugs that are available only temporarily suppress the symptoms but don't actually get to the cause. Lupura is an all-natural, alternative treatment that gives your body what it needs so it can heal and repair itself.
Well what if it doesn't work?
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If you are not satisfied with Lupura after 90 days, we will pay YOU! We'll give you your money back plus 10%.
That's how confident we are that you will see results because we've seen it again and again.
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Ok, I'm intrigued, but what's it gonna set me back? I'm buying all these medications already and the last thing I need is another expense.
A one month supply of Lupura is $49 or we offer our MEGA VALUE PACK which is a 3 month supply for $132 which saves you $15. We understand that's not cheap but it is a tremendous value for the supplements you are getting. And many of our customers find that after taking Lupura, they are able to wean off their other medications. We know personally that some customers are spending at least $14000 a year with prescriptions like Rituxan so being able to eliminate those kind of costs definitely makes Lupura a more affordable alternative.
So what's in Lupura?
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That's why we designed the FREE Lupura App for iPhone and Android to make it easy to remember to take Lupura. The app allows you to set reminders to take the product and gives you the option of tracking your progress. Lupura is most effective when taken consistently as directed and it is important that you take the product 3 times a day (1 bottle is a month supply).
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What could Lupura do for you?
Here's what our Customers are Saying
*These testimonials are unedited except for the name of the sender. They contain the senders' initials or first name only for purposes of privacy. These are actual testimonials from many we were able to help over the years. Testimonials represent a cross section of the range of results that appear to be typical with these products. Your results may vary. We do however stand by our products and will refund you completely if you are not completely satisfied.
Understanding the Autoimmune Disease Lupus- Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is an autoimmune disease that can attack any part of the body. It can affect the joints, areas of the skin and/or the organs. This is a chronic disease with symptoms that typically persist more than six weeks but can continue on for many years.
With lupus, the immune system ceases to function properly. This is normally the bodily system that fends off infections, germs, bacteria, viruses and other invaders, such as the flu. When the immune system is working properly it produces proteins, or antibodies that fight off these threats.
An autoimmune disease is one in which the immune system cannot determine the difference between one of these invaders and the healthy tissues that makes up the body. Therefore, the body produces what’s called autoantibodies (auto = self) that actually attack healthy tissue to destroy it. These autoantibodies lead bodily tissues to become inflamed, causing pain and damage to different parts of the body.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is the type of disease that flares up for awhile and then goes into remission. When it is flaring up the symptoms get worse and you feel sick. When it goes into remission the symptoms subside and you feel a lot better.
More Information about Systemic Lupus Erythematosus SLE (from the LUPUS Foundation of America):
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus can appear to be mild or it can be seriously life threatening. Anyone suffering from lupus should be under the care of a physician. With good consistent medical care, most sufferers can lead full productive lives.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus bears no relationship to HIV and/or AIDS. In HIV and/or AIDS the immune system isn’t functioning well so it is under-active. However, with lupus the problem is the opposite, the immune system is actually overactive.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus bears no relationship to cancer. Cancer is a disease where abnormal tissues grow and spread rapidly into surrounding healthy tissues. Lupus is instead an autoimmune disease. However, some of the treatments for lupus may be the same or similar to those that treat cancer, such as immunosuppressant medications, which are used for chemotherapy.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is not a contagious disease, even when there is sexual contact. This means that you won’t catch the disease from anyone, or if you have it you cannot give it to anyone.
There are over 16,000 new patients diagnosed with Lupus every year across the U.S. And approximately 5 million people across the world suffer from some form of lupus.
Medical research has shown that in the U.S. there are at least 1.5 million who suffer from lupus, but there may be more. No large-scales studies have been conducted in the U.S. that would reveal the true number of people in the country who suffer from lupus.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus strikes women of color at a rate two to three times more than the rate at which it strikes Caucasians. However, people from all ethnic groups and races can come down with lupus.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus affects mostly females during their childbearing years, from 15 to 44 years of age. However, males can develop lupus, as well as children and adolescents. Most who develop lupus come down with it when they’re 15 to 44 years of age.