AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Warm Chicken Livers with Lacinato, Beet, Ruby Grapefruit and Balsamic Glaze

  When transitioning from a SAD diet to the AIP, you may find your digestion is a little on the sluggish side as a low fat and/or poor fat diet impacts on the body’s ability to secrete healthy, thin flowing ...

Carrot and Radish Slaw with Mint-Turmeric Pesto

  We’ve had some unseasonably warm weather and as much as I want to be reaching for soups every day, I’ve been gravitating more towards salads. Every day at lunch I sit down with a huge mixing bowl of greens 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 ...

Shrimp Salad with Cilantro-Lime Ranch Dressing

  Summer is salad season, and I find myself whipping something together with a simple protein and flavorful dressing just about every day for lunch. This recipe uses a variation of the Autoimmune Protocol compliant “Ranch” dressing found in The Autoimmune ...

Ginger-Lime Salmon with Watermelon Mint Salsa

  I am not surprised to say this is my third salmon recipe for Autoimmune Paleo! I can’t help that this flaky, buttery, nutrient-rich fish is my favorite food and one I enjoy 4 to 5 times a week! My ...

Carrot, Cucumber, and Avocado Salad

  This recipe is inspired by one of my favorite dishes at a Portland restaurant called Departure PDX. While the original recipe is not gluten- or nightshade-free, chef Gregory Gourdet and his staff have always been accommodating to my dietary ...