Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune Diseases are caused by a malfunction of the Immune System, in which it attacks cells of the body itself, which it gradually ceases to recognize as its own, but as foreign.


Diagnosis of Real Causes & Treatments of Autoimmune Diseases

  • Gradual restoration of cellular function
  • Personalized therapeutic protocols, without chemical residues and excipients
  • Treating the real causes
  • Therapeutic formulas that work alone or in combination with any other medication
  • Adopting a Molecular / Therapeutic Nutrition Plan


Autoimmune Diseases Causes

The cause an Autoimmune Disease is any factor that can alter the biochemical or genetic information at the cellular level, so that it is recognized as foreign by the organism itself.

More specifically, morphologically, biochemically and structurally altered cells and that show changes in their identity, due to alterations in the outer side of their cell membrane, are detected by the Immune System as foreign and their isolation and destruction processes begin.


Autoimmune Diseases – Epidemiology

Diseases such as: Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Graves’ disease, Celiac disease or Steatorrhea, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (S.L.E.), Psoriasis, Eczema and Gyroid Alopecia belong to the category of autoimmune diseases.

The statistics are staggering. According to AARDA (American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association), more than fifty million Americans suffer from an autoimmune disease. That is, one in five to six American citizens get sick each year.

There are at least 80 types of autoimmune disorders that can affect any part of the body. It should be noted that over time, a dramatic increase in the number of these diseases has been observed.

Deviation from the natural way of life and nutrition, as well as the burden of the “toxic load”, are the main routes that promote Autoimmune Diseases.


Autoimmune Diseases – Causes & Predisposing Factors

It all starts with in our cells, the smallest interconnected life units that make up the tissues and organs of our body. Our state of health is shaped by their overall biochemical and hormonal balance and homeostasis.

When, for example, we ingest insufficient nutrients that are valuable to our body or accumulate toxic substances in our body, without realizing it, we create the right environment for our cells to deteriorate.

This accumulated alteration will gradually lead our body to turn against its own cells.



An inflammatory diet as well as the consumption of foods that contain processed carbohydrates, creates Chronic Inflammation and deregulation of our Immune System.


Foods poor in Nutritional Ingredients

Systematization in the food industry in order to increase production has led to a reduction in the quality and nutritional value of food.

The shelves of supermarkets are now dominated by processed carbohydrates, which while directly cover the body’s energy needs (due to the excess sugar they contain), most of them are stored in the form of fat.


Non-absorption of nutrients from the intestine

80% of our Immune System depends on the gastrointestinal tract. A disturbance in the intestinal flora leads to the      non-absorption of nutrients necessary for the proper function of cells.



The body’s defenses are reduced when mental imbalance occurs. Situations such as intense stress, fatigue and accumulated sadness prevent the Immune System from performing its primary function, protecting the body.


Hormonal Imbalance

The Immune Systems and Hormonal Balance are inextricably linked. The normal or pathological function of our hormones will determine the correct or incorrect immune response and therefore a possible disorder in our Immune System.


Autoimmune Diseases – Symptoms

An Autoimmune Disease can affect one or more tissue types. It can also cause abnormal organ development and changes in their function.

The large number of Autoimmune Diseases results in the manifestation of multiple and different symptoms, depending on the area affected by the autoantibodies produced. Common areas are the joints, endocrine glands, blood vessels, muscles, skin and connective tissue.

Fever, joint pain, pain, fatigue, skin rashes, gastrointestinal upset, or hypertension are common.

The main feature is the existence of periods of exacerbations and relapses of symptoms. This depends on the overall state of the Immune System and therefore on the aforementioned predisposing factors.


Autoimmune Diseases – Treatment

The key to treating Autoimmune Diseases lies deep within the cell and its mechanisms.

Special Examinations at a Molecular level are now applied in clinical practice and in everyday practice. These tests analyzes cell biochemistry, the body’s ability to produce energy, metabolic functions, the hormonal profile and a number of parameters of vital functions that take place in the human body.

By a blood or urine sample, which is sent to specialized diagnestic laboratories in Greece and abroad, we can identify the factors and causes that caused the Autoimmune Disease.

The scientific team of the Medical Organization IATOR,  has prepared specialized treatment that are in dividualizedfor each patient.

The Doses and ingredients are determined each time for each patient and the supplements are only available from pharmacies.

The treatments are applied individually or in combination with other at the discretion of the treating physician.

After the first few months of treatment, the symptoms of the autoimmune disease subside. The overall picture and health levels are improving overall. Patients who follow the instructions given, after the end of the treatment, reduce any chance of recurrence to a minimum.

An appropriate treatment is one of the greatest benefits for the health and well-being of patients. Benefits, documented by test indicators and clinical results.