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 ...

Embracing an Eclectic Table: How to Feed a Family With Multiple Dietary Needs

When it comes to dietary needs and preferences, I have become quite the innovative mama in the kitchen. My family alone has a slew of food sensitivities and, in addition, I cook meals for other individuals on a regular basis ...

Three Tips For Eating AIP on a Budget (Part I)

  So you are convinced to change your diet in an effort to achieve better health. But what if you can’t afford it? While I’ve written about this before, I decided to do another series on how to save on ...

7 Ways to Make Lifestyle Changes Stick Around for the Long Haul

What better time to reflect on building healthy habits than the first of the year. The New Year can motivate us and give us hope of an improved life. I love how this season brings out our intention to thrive! ...

AIP Holiday Gift Guide!

Sometimes the holidays can bring up some of the tougher aspects of dietary transition–like having to talk to your extended family about your health, or partaking in food-centered celebrations. If your family celebrates the season with gift-giving, however, it can be ...

Non-AIP Ingredients in Food, Body Products and Household Items

When you saw the title of this post, you might have thought, “Well that sure covers a lot of ground.” Yes, it does! Everyone on the Autoimmune Protocol knows to avoid dietary gluten. Hopefully you also know to check supplements ...