28 Days of One-Pot AIP Book Review

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Once you get familiar with the science, it’s easy to understand why the autoimmune protocol is such a powerful tool for healing. But actually adopting it into your own life isn’t so simple. No matter your job, age or income level, finding the time and energy to prepare meals from scratch can be a huge challenge — especially if you are suffering from fatigue or chronic pain.

Our friend and blog contributor Christina Feindel of A Clean Plate is well known in the AIP community for creating amazing ebooks that teach readers how to embrace the Autoimmune Protocol and still live normal lives. (Amen!) We’re excited to announce that she’s just released a new book called 28 Days of One-Pot AIP, which could change the way AIPers approach meal planning forever.

Like Christina’s first two books (28 Days of AIP and 28 Days of Low-FODMAP AIP), 28 Days of One-Pot AIP is organized into four 1-week meal plans, complete with shopping lists, so there’s no guesswork in your meal prep. Though I don’t follow the AIP, as someone who batch cooks religiously, I find Christina’s book incredibly helpful. Here’s why:

1. It’s easy (and fun!) to navigate. Unlike other ebooks, Christina’s is interactive, meaning it contains links (just like a blog post) to other pages in the book and elsewhere on the internet. This not only saves you scrolling time, but it also connects you to helpful external resources, ingredients and recipes from Christina’s blog.

2. It will teach you efficiency in the kitchen. One-pot theme aside, Christina’s meal plans are strategically designed around batch cooking principles that minimize time spent in the kitchen. As someone who shares a small kitchen with two housemates, I’m constantly mindful of the time and space I occupy. Christina’s approach will help you get into the “crank it out” mindset, even if your ingredients and meals are unfamiliar.

3. It’s a no-brainer. Embarking on a month of the AIP with Christina’s book by your side will eliminate loads of the stress and uncertainty that come with adopting a new routine. You could stroll into the grocery store with nothing but one of Christina’s shopping lists and leave feeling confident that you’ll have enough AIP-friendly meals for an entire week — for two people!

As I’ve said, Angie, Mickey and I love the simple, flavorful, and uncomplicated recipes Christina contributes to the blog, and we’re certain her new ebook will be a go-to resource for busy folks (i.e. everyone!).

Order 28 Days of One-Pot AIP here!

About Grace Heerman

Grace Heerman is a writer, content coach and yoga teacher from Seattle, and the Blog/Social Media Director for Autoimmune Wellness. Grace designs websites and creates content that capture how great her clients are so they can effectively and authentically share their expertise with the world. She also shares recipes and explores how to live her most vibrant life on her blog.

7 comments

  • Diane says

    I would like to buy the 28 days one pot book. The only way to purchase I see is thru PayPal. I don’t have a PayPal account. Do you take Visa?

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hi Diane!
      You may want to contact Christina, the author of the book through her website acleanplate.com to see if she will take an alternate payment method!

      Mickey

  • Crystal says

    Thanks for the review. I am very much interested in getting this publication. Unfortunately, the link at the bottom of this post led me to the 28 Days of LowFODMAPs AIP eBook which I purchased thinking it was the same publication 🙁 I hope I can get a refund of my purchase so I can get the OnePot ebook.

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hi Crystal, sorry for the mistake, but the link should be fixed now. Did you contact Christina to get a refund and get the right book? Our apologies!

  • Jenn says

    I just came across this book through instagram. It sounds great but with only one adult and a picky kid, I don’t need to make a new meal every night for a month. I’d like to know more about the recipes and how the ratio of meat/veg/starch is. I find many paleo recipes are all about meat and then I have to sort out a vegetable and starch or just have some raw carrots or something with it. I’d also be interested to know how easy ingredients are to find. If it were just a few dollars, I’d splurge, but $10 is a lot for a selfish buy for me!

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hey Jenn! This would be a great question for Christina, the book author. The link above will take you to her site and I’m sure she can help you out with the specifics!

      • Jenn says

        Okay, I went searching for reviews on it to specifically find other people’s experiences. I will have to find her contact info as I don’t see a place to comment in the purchasing link.

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