AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Cucumber and Dill Summer Soup

  Folks, I have been on a major soup kick. I had surgery last month, which involved, in part, some jigsaw-style moves on my poor digestive system. And that has meant a TON of soup eating. Now, I am not ...

Vitamin E: Antioxidant Super Hero

This article is the fourth of an ongoing series on fat-soluble vitamins, covering those that are integral to health and healing from chronic illness but often lacking in the modern diet. Check out Mickey’s previous articles on the importance of vitamin K and vitamin ...

Raw Citrus Poke Salad

  This tangy dish is a very satisfying, not to mention unique, dish for a summer day. A poke (pronounced POH-keh) salad is a traditional Hawaiian method for preparing seafood that I’ve been curious about for months. Happily, my curiosity ...

Pineapple-Marinated Steak

  We’ve still got a few weeks until Father’s Day, but I’ve already been working on my menu game to honor the daddy in our house. I decided that marinated steak would hit the spot. I settled on using a ...

Vitamin A: More Than Good For Your Eyes

This article is the third in an ongoing series on the fat-soluble vitamins,covering those that are integral to health and healing from chronic illness but often lacking in the modern diet. Check out Mickey’s previous articles on the importance of vitamin K and vitamin D, and ...

Do You Have A Plan B?

This post was first published on Angie’s original site on May 17, 2013. It is being republished here with minor updates. My husband works in international development. We used to live in West Africa in support of that career. Even ...

Breakfast Risotto with Greens

  This recipe is so yummy and so quick! I’ve been eating it a lot lately, ‘cause I just can’t seem to get enough. I think it’s something about the combo of the butternut squash “risotto” and the rainbow chard ...

Lavender Roasted Turnips and Apples

  I’ve developed recipes around turnips before for the blog. You can find one of them here. I return to turnips for a few reasons, they are in season all year (although they are yummiest in spring and fall), they are ...

Four Reasons Endometriosis Is A Social Justice Issue

Here at Autoimmune Paleo, we don’t usually write about specific autoimmune diseases. Our mission tends to be broadly focused on the shared roots of autoimmune disease and the practical implementation of dietary and lifestyle approaches that are beneficial in managing ...