More people of African, Asian, and Hispanic descent seem to have lupus than Caucasians. A rational reason for these ethnic differences in lupus would be genetics. Yet, location and environment may be more of a factor.
‘Antioxidants’ is a claim you don’t see on many food products or supplements these days. But it’s one we all believe benefits us. Yet, science seems to be getting mixed results. So it begs the question, “are antioxidants good for lupus?”
Doctors tell us that there’s no cure… as there is no known cause for lupus. Yet, science suggests that having genes that make you more likely to get lupus isn’t enough. There must be environment factors that play a role. Here are 9 true triggers of lupus.