Some foods to avoid include:
- red meat.
- processed foods.
- fried foods.
- sugars and sweets.
What should I avoid with Sjogren’s syndrome?
Avoid foods that dry your mouth
You should also avoid spices and acidic foods such as citrus, as these can irritate a dry, sore mouth. You should also avoid sugary foods that can contribute to rapid tooth decay, which is already increased by lower saliva production in Sjogren’s syndrome.
What is the best natural treatment for Sjögren’s syndrome?
- Evening Primrose.
- Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA)
- Omega-6 Fatty Acids.
What causes a sjogrens flare up?
These triggers include: Infections: Bacterial and viral infections can trigger a flare-up of Sjögren’s syndrome. Medications: Certain medications, such as corticosteroids and antimalarial drugs, can trigger a flare-up. Stress: Emotional stress can worsen the symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome.