Eat an anti-inflammatory diet that includes things like bone broth, lots of good fats, and apple cider vinegar. Use supplements like spirulina to ensure micronutrient intake in the absence of vegetables, and supplement with Omega 3 fish oil or Algeal Omega 3. Avoid NSAIDS at all costs as they inhibit prostaglandins and could cause massive bleeding.
Hydrate as much as possible. Drink half your bodyweight in fluid ounces of water, plus an additional 10 ounces. Use natural salt to replenish electrolytes.
Get some light exercise in. No heavy workouts, but light exercise could help to reduce stress and alleviate depression.
Most importantly, make sure you get 7.5 to 8 hours of sleep every night!
Don't eat very large meals. They can irritate your intestinal tract and worsen the flare up.
Begin identifying your trigger foods by restricting your diet to a strict autoimmune paleo protocol, and then slowly adding foods back in to see your reaction. You can get our free autoimmune paleo grocery list when you sign up for our newsletter HERE.
Don't drop medications cold turkey. Consult your doctor if you want to titrate down, but quitting the meds cold turkey when you're in remission could send you into a flare.