AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Gluten Exposure: A Healing Guide

Although it is not entirely accepted across the conventional healthcare system, in 2009 Dr. Alessio Fasano, a world-renowned pediatric gastroenterologist and research scientist, published a landmark study (for those interested Chris Kresser interviewed Dr. Fasano on the findings in 2012) ...

Piña Colada Pudding Cups

One of the main ways I like to create AIP elimination phase compliant recipes is to think about what the base flavors were in “non-AIP” foods that I used to love. And you know what I used to love? Piña ...

The Vaccine Experience in the Autoimmune Community

Let’s acknowledge something right off the top . . . it’s no secret that the COVID-19 vaccines are currently a very divisive issue in the United States. Although the vaccine debate has been around for just about as long as ...

Sage Butternut Squash with Pork Belly and Shallots

I’ve been testing this butternut squash recipe out on friends for a few months now and everyone is raving, so I thought it was high time I got it up on the Autoimmune Wellness site. The flavors are incredible together ...

Personalized AIP

The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) was first floated as a dietary concept in about 2002, when Dr. Loren Cordain began theorizing that adjustments to a Paleo diet could support healing in those with autoimmune disease. AIP in it’s more recognizable form ...

Nightshades and AIP: The Definitive Guide
nightshades and AIP

Autoimmune Wellness has been around for quite a few years now, but one topic we’ve never explored in detail here is the nightshade elimination required during the first phase of the Autoimmune Protocol. As practicing health coaches and nutritional therapists, ...

AIP Certified Coach Spotlight: Sarah Deavitt

  Ever since our first cohort of coaches graduated from our AIP Certified Coach Practitioner Training Program, we’ve been watching with pride and excitement as they bring the AIP to the traditional healthcare landscape. Our AIP Certified Coach Spotlight features give ...

Apple Beet Burgers with Parsnip Fries and Horseradish Spread
apple beet burgers

Have you fired up your grill yet this year? The spring weather is still unpredictable but it’s been a nice treat to smell dinners cooking on decks and backyards in my neighborhood recently. Typical beef burgers can sometimes feel a ...

On Community Care

About four or five years ago I began to notice that in the health and wellness field of which I am professionally a part, there seemed to be an incomplete understanding of a frequently used word. That word was “holistic.” ...