AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Wild Salmon with Zucchini Noodles, Baby Leaves and a Basil Dressing

  Here’s a recipe that I’ve been making throughout the summer and won’t be stopping any time soon. Anyone who follows me on Instagram will know I’m a huge fan of wild sockeye, not only for the firm, rich and ...

Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato and Pineapple Salad

  Caribbean flavors are some of the first I became comfortable recreating when I started cooking in my teen years. I love the combinations of spicy ginger, sweet fruit, and fresh herbs to balance out heavier foods like pork chops ...

Herbed Shrimp with Dairy-Free Tzatziki

Nothing screams summer to me more than farm-fresh cucumbers and ocean-fresh seafood! I recently procured three types of cucumbers from my local farmer’s market and several bags of wild shrimp. The shrimp were frozen and already peeled and deveined which ...

Golden Turmeric Sauce

Here is a recipe that I’ve been completely hooked on this winter — it’s made it into my batch-cooking routine just about every week, due to the numerous reasons to love it! First, turmeric and ginger are a great anti-inflammatory ...

Citrus-Herb Finishing Salts

  Since beginning the Autoimmune Protocol I’ve come to a new appreciation for salt. It’s such a simple mineral, but there are so many ways it impacts our health. To name just a few, salt helps us maintain electrolyte balance, ...

Green Curry

  This past May I had the incredible opportunity to host a brunch at Mission: Heirloom, the world’s first restaurant that caters to those of us on the Autoimmune Protocol (can you believe it?!). While there are a few places you ...