Nick Cannon says he wants to help others suffering the same autoimmune condition he was diagnosed with in 2012.
Nick Cannon says he wants to help others suffering the same autoimmune condition he was diagnosed with in 2012. Bang Showbiz

Nick Cannon 'healthier than ever' after Lupus diagnosis

NICK Cannon is healthier than ever following his Lupus diagnosis.

The 'America's Got Talent' host was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease in 2012 but revealed that researching his condition has helped him to lead a healthier lifestyle.

He told HuffPostLive: "I'm healthier now than I've ever been before, because of the research, because of the education that I've received on the proper things to eat and the proper things to put into my body - what can cause flare ups and what can't, and preventative measures and all of these things. And when you can share that information and share knowledge and research, I think that helps more than anything.

"You learn that this is something that you can live with and actually overcome with the proper research and with the proper support system."

Nick previously revealed he wants to inspire other people suffering with the same condition.

He said: "It was one of those things where, even when I first got sick, I told them to turn the cameras on. I created the NCredible Health Hustle and I wanted to document this process because I wanted to inspire others that may be dealing with this condition or a similar condition. To say, you don't have to let it stop you."


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