A well-balanced diet is a key to a healthier, happier lifestyle for people both with and without sarcoidosis, but eating clean and avoiding processed foods and sugar whenever possible can help alleviate symptoms of the condition. Watching what you put into your body is good for the gut which, in turn, is good for the mind. Bad diets can make symptoms more noticeable; eating right can help minimize the effects of sarcoidosis, for good.
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