28 Days of AIP Review

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If you haven’t heard of Christina Feindel from A Clean Plate, you should familiarize yourself with this amazing young woman. She shares my autoimmune diagnosis (Hashimoto’s and Celiac) and we actually met years ago in an online Hashimoto’s support group. In addition to sharing great recipes on her blog, she works for The Paleo Mom and runs The Autoimmune Connection, a YouTube series dedicated to sharing information about autoimmunity (I’ve been a guest on the episodes about diagnosis stories and histamine intolerance, and my husband was on the family support one).

Today I’m reviewing Christina’s recently released e-book, 28 Days of AIP. It is a quick guide for those who know the rules of the Autoimmune Protocol, but need a practical resource to help them actually get started. While some people are easily convinced to try the protocol, for some families actually making this transition is another story.

For a quick $7, you get four unique weekly meal plans and shopping lists. There are eight new recipes included in the book, with the rest of them linked conveniently on A Clean Plate. The .pdf is interactive, meaning links take you throughout the book or the website. The meal plan is designed to feed two and incorporates strategic batch cooking to minimize time spent in the kitchen. The recipes are simple, flavorful, and uncomplicated.

While this is not a comprehensive guide to the Autoimmune Protocol (I recommend this resource if you are looking to troubleshoot or cover all of your bases), Christina has done a fantastic job of delivering a needed resource to the community. If you are looking to get started and want to outsource your meal planning for the first month while you get a hang of things, this book is for you!

Purchase 28 Days of AIP here!

 

About Mickey Trescott

Mickey Trescott is a cook and one of the bloggers behind Autoimmune Paleo. After recovering from her own struggle with both Celiac and Hashimoto’s disease, adrenal fatigue, and multiple vitamin deficiencies, Mickey started to write about her experience to share with others and help them realize they are not alone in their struggles. She is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner by the Nutritional Therapy Association, and is the author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, a guide and recipe book for the autoimmune protocol, and AIP Batch Cook, a video-based batch cooking program. You also can find her on Instagram.

6 comments

  • Deanna says

    I can always rely on your recipes Micky!
    I did have difficulty making bone broth but hope to try again.

    Thanks for all you do!

    • Mickey says

      Deanna,
      I hope it works out for you next time! Thank you for the kind words.

      Mickey

  • […] Journaling is one surprisingly simple task that everyone can use to meet their goals. Whether you want to eat healthier, exercise, or simply practice gratitude this book will have you organized and on your way in no time! – Mickey Trescott, NTP, Autoimmune-Paleo […]

  • […] You get four unique weekly meal plans and shopping lists. The recipes are simple, flavorful, and uncomplicated. Christina has done a fantastic job of delivering a needed resource to the community. If you are looking to get started and want to outsource your meal planning for the first month while you get a hang of things, this book is for you! – Mickey, Autoimmune-Paleo […]

  • […] Journaling is one surprisingly simple task that everyone can use to meet their goals. Whether you want to eat healthier, exercise, or simply practice gratitude this book will have you organized and on your way in no time! – Mickey Trescott, NTP, Autoimmune-Paleo […]

  • […] You get four unique weekly meal plans and shopping lists. The recipes are simple, flavorful, and uncomplicated. Christina has done a fantastic job of delivering a needed resource to the community. If you are looking to get started and want to outsource your meal planning for the first month while you get a hang of things, this book is for you! – Mickey, Autoimmune-Paleo […]

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