AutoImmune Paleo Articles
How To Really Eat AIP

This post was first published on Angie’s original site on November 11, 2013. It is being republished here with minor updates. Can you guess which question I get more often than all the others? It’s not, “What foods do I ...

Cardio, High Intensity and Resistance Workouts: Which is for Me?

Do you love to exercise, or want to love it? Maybe you wish you could exercise, but your autoimmune symptoms won’t let you… Most people know that exercise is a fundamental part of a healthy lifestyle. The benefits of regular ...

5 Digestion Mistakes You May Be Making

You’ve heard the phrase: “You are what you eat.” It would be more accurate to say: “You are what you eat, digest and absorb.” Nutrition is essential to healing, and if our digestion is impaired, not only do we become ...

The Advantages of Disadvantages
Lavendar Flowers

I have three autoimmune diseases. There’s a classification for people like me. What we have is called MAS, Multiple Autoimmune Syndrome. It’s when a person has three or more diagnosed autoimmune diseases. Having one autoimmune disease makes one susceptible to ...

Batch Cooking 101

Last April I released AIP Batch Cook, a video-based training program that teaches you how to prepare all of the food you need for a week in just two sessions. This article is meant to teach you the basics, but ...

Travel Food Tips While On AIP

For most people, eating when traveling is simple; just hit the nearest market, or venture out for some local cuisine. With the Autoimmune Protocol and other specialized diets, we have to be mindful of what we eat, and don’t have ...