Hey, we’re Angie and Mickey!

the bloggers here at Autoimmune Wellness.

We serve the worldwide community of autoimmune sufferers who are ready to take recovery into their own hands through a wide variety of resources specific to the healing journey.

We’ve both had the experience of recovering from a debilitating health crisis due to autoimmune disease–in fact, it’s how we met! When we started on our own respective journeys there were only a few people on the planet talking about eating and living well with autoimmunity. After our shared experiences using the Autoimmune Protocol to regain our health, we decided to join forces and create a community-driven site to help others who wanted to do the same.

MICKEY TRESCOTT, NTP

If you are dying to know more,

here are three things you don’t know about me…
  • 1. I was a nationally-ranked equestrian at the age of 16
  • 2. I studied music in college so I could avoid any and all writing assignments (oh the irony!)
  • 3. I dislike flying and would rather spend a week driving across the country then getting on an airplane

Mickey Trescott

I’m Mickey, and I help people find creative solutions to preparing, cooking, and succeeding on allergen-free diets.

I’m a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and coach a small number of one-on-one clients through TPM Consulting. I also serve on the board of directors for Hashimoto’s Awareness, a support and advocacy organization for those with autoimmune thyroid disease.

I’m the author of the best-selling book, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and co-host of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast with Angie, as well as the creator of the video-based cooking program, AIP Batch Cook.

My journey to the Autoimmune Protocol started as a vegan, having been diagnosed with both celiac and Hashimoto’s disease. Instead of feeling better after my diagnosis, I continued to suffer many months of deteriorating health until I made the transition to the Autoimmune Protocol, slowly reversing vitamin and mineral deficiencies and greatly improving my health.

You can read more about my journey with illness (part I, part II, and part III) and recovery (part I and part II).

Today, I live with my husband, Noah on our homestead in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, with our cat Savannah and my horse Bear.

When I’m not getting crazy in the kitchen or researching how to live better with autoimmune disease, I can be found riding horses on my family’s farm, obsessively knitting a pair of socks, or figuring out how to build a non-toxic, sustainable home.

If you would like to read all of the articles I’ve written here on the blog, click here.
If you would like to follow my adventures on the farm, check out my Instagram.
If you would like to see my podcast and video interviews, click here.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a health coach, click here.

MICKEY TRESCOTT, NTP

Mickey Trescott

I’m Mickey, and I help people find creative solutions to preparing, cooking, and succeeding on allergen-free diets.

I’m a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and coach a small number of one-on-one clients through TPM Consulting. I also serve on the board of directors for Hashimoto’s Awareness, a support and advocacy organization for those with autoimmune thyroid disease.

I’m the author of the best-selling book, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and co-host of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast with Angie, as well as the creator of the video-based cooking program, AIP Batch Cook.

My journey to the Autoimmune Protocol started as a vegan, having been diagnosed with both celiac and Hashimoto’s disease. Instead of feeling better after my diagnosis, I continued to suffer many months of deteriorating health until I made the transition to the Autoimmune Protocol, slowly reversing vitamin and mineral deficiencies and greatly improving my health.

You can read more about my journey with illness (part I, part II, and part III) and recovery (part I and part II).

Today, I live with my husband, Noah on our homestead in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, with our cat Savannah and my horse Bear.

When I’m not getting crazy in the kitchen or researching how to live better with autoimmune disease, I can be found riding horses on my family’s farm, obsessively knitting a pair of socks, or figuring out how to build a non-toxic, sustainable home.

If you would like to read all of the articles I’ve written here on the blog, click here.
If you would like to follow my adventures on the farm, check out my Instagram.
If you would like to see my podcast and video interviews, click here.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a health coach, click here.

If you are dying to know more,

here are three things you don’t know about me…
  • 1. I was a nationally-ranked equestrian at the age of 16
  • 2. I studied music in college so I could avoid any and all writing assignments (oh the irony!)
  • 3. I dislike flying and would rather spend a week driving across the country then getting on an airplane

Angie Alt

I’m Angie, and I serve people who are ready for a revolutionary approach on their healing journey. First, I train them on handling the practical details of the process, from planning and preparation to goal-setting and troubleshooting. Then I sprinkle in the insights and encouragement everyone needs in order to recognize his or her inner rebel and join the health revolution.

I’m a Certified Health Coach and Nutritional Therapy Consultant, who leads group coaching programs, as well as, works one-on-one with a small number of highly-motivated clients through TPM Consulting.

I’m the author of the award-winning book, The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook, co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and co-host of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast with Mickey, and creator of SAD to AIP in SIX, a group coaching program that has lead thousands of folks through their transition to the Autoimmune Protocol. Additionally, I have partnered with Amy Kubal, RD and Dr. Gauree Konijeti, MD, MPH, Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program Division of Gastroenterology at Scripps Clinic in San Diego, to run a clinical study entitled, “Efficacy of the Autoimmune Protocol Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.” We are looking at outcomes for patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis using AIP to help manage their autoimmune disease.

My journey to the Autoimmune Protocol began with an act of desperation, having been diagnosed with celiac disease, endometriosis and lichen sclerosis. Diagnosis gave me valuable information, but it did not prevent a further plunge into illness. It was the transition to holistic healing through the Autoimmune Protocol that turned desperation into a deliberate journey of healing.

Today, I live with my husband, Dave, just outside Washington, D.C., with our teenage daughter.

When I’m not writing, testing recipes or fine-tuning my program, you can find me surfing “tiny home” websites, reading 19th century literature (Thomas Hardy anyone?), or planning the next dinner party with my farmers and friends.

If you would like to read all of the articles I’ve written here on the blog, click here.
If you would like to follow my daily ins and outs, check out my Instagram!
If you would like to learn more about becoming a health coach, click here.

ANGIE ALT, CHC

If you are dying to know more,

here are three things you don’t know about me…
  • 1. I lived in West Africa for three years
  • 2. My early childhood home was a one-room log cabin (yep, we used an outhouse!)
  • 3. I’m trying to learn how to play the banjo
ANGIE ALT, CHC

Angie Alt

I’m Angie, and I serve people who are ready for a revolutionary approach on their healing journey. First, I train them on handling the practical details of the process, from planning and preparation to goal-setting and troubleshooting. Then I sprinkle in the insights and encouragement everyone needs in order to recognize his or her inner rebel and join the health revolution.

I’m a Certified Health Coach and Nutritional Therapy Consultant, who leads group coaching programs, as well as, works one-on-one with a small number of highly-motivated clients through TPM Consulting.

I’m the author of the award-winning book, The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook, co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and co-host of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast with Mickey, and creator of SAD to AIP in SIX, a group coaching program that has lead thousands of folks through their transition to the Autoimmune Protocol. Additionally, I have partnered with Amy Kubal, RD and Dr. Gauree Konijeti, MD, MPH, Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program Division of Gastroenterology at Scripps Clinic in San Diego, to run a clinical study entitled, “Efficacy of the Autoimmune Protocol Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.” We are looking at outcomes for patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis using AIP to help manage their autoimmune disease.

My journey to the Autoimmune Protocol began with an act of desperation, having been diagnosed with celiac disease, endometriosis and lichen sclerosis. Diagnosis gave me valuable information, but it did not prevent a further plunge into illness. It was the transition to holistic healing through the Autoimmune Protocol that turned desperation into a deliberate journey of healing.

Today, I live with my husband, Dave, just outside Washington, D.C., with our teenage daughter.

When I’m not writing, testing recipes or fine-tuning my program, you can find me surfing “tiny home” websites, reading 19th century literature (Thomas Hardy anyone?), or planning the next dinner party with my farmers and friends.

If you would like to read all of the articles I’ve written here on the blog, click here.
If you would like to follow my daily ins and outs, check out my Instagram!
If you would like to learn more about becoming a health coach, click here.

If you are dying to know more,

here are three things you don’t know about me…
  • 1. I lived in West Africa for three years
  • 2. My early childhood home was a one-room log cabin (yep, we used an outhouse!)
  • 3. I’m trying to learn how to play the banjo