A diet plan for lupus includes:
Foods that can help fight inflammation such as fresh fruits and vegetables for that they are rich in antioxidants;
Foods containing omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, tuna, walnuts, flaxseed, canola oil and olive oil which may also be anti-inflammatory;
Meanwhile, a diet plan for lupus should aim to build stronger bones and muscles. Thus, foods high in calcium and vitamin D should be include such as low-fat or nonfat milk and yogurt and dark green vegetables.
On the other hand, it excludes foods that lead to inflammation. Usually, these foods include lots of saturated fats and trans fats, which are fried foods, commercial baked products, red meat, animal fat, processed meat, whole milk, butter and ice cream;
FYI, avoid alfalfa sprouts because it is associated with lupus flares or a lupus-like syndrome.