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AIP Instant Pot Cookbook Review

  One of the biggest concerns folks have when they begin the AIP is how they’ll find time to do all that cooking! There’s no getting around the fact that on a healing diet, we prepare and cook almost all ...

The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast Episode #7: Step 3: In-Depth with Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD

  Welcome to The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast Season 1! We’ve created this podcast as a free resource to accompany our upcoming book, The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook: A DIY Guide to Living Well with Chronic Illness. Episode #7: Step 3: In-Depth ...

Organ Meat Makeover Book Review

  As you know, organ meat (a.k.a. offal) is a crucial component of the Autoimmune Protocol. The AIP is just as much about removing inflammatory foods as it is about adding gut-healing foods. Regardless of your current state of health, ...

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 ...

The Autoimmune Protocol vs. Other Healing Diets

  One of the most common questions I get about the Autoimmune Protocol is “Why should I do AIP instead of a ketogenic diet, GAPS, SCD, low-FODMAP, or the Candida Diet?” or “Should I do AIP with SCD/low-FODMAPs etc.?” With ...

Beef and Butternut Stew with Pear and Thyme

  Not too many things feel quite as fall-like as the appearance of butternut squash at the market. Here I use it to give heartiness and texture to a beef stew, adding a little pear for sweetness and some cinnamon ...