AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Roasted Root Vegetable Soup Base

  Similar to having a steady supply of Bone Broth on hand to use in recipes, I also enjoy having a thinned root vegetable soup (a.k.a. purée) for an easy transformation into a meal. Lately, my batch cooking process has gone ...

AIP Certified Coach is Back in 2019! Enroll Now!

As you all know, we work hard to produce resources to help you help yourselves. It’s no secret that our website, free guides, books, podcast, and social media presence are all focused on Do-It-Yourself empowered healing. But totally going it ...

See You in 2019! Announcing Our Holiday Break

With 2018 coming to a close, we can’t help but feel proud of what we put into the world in the last 11 months. We started by talking about some tough topics in our budgeting series on Season 3 of ...

Holiday Appetizer Platter

  Instead of laboring over a cooked appetizer for your next holiday gathering, why not try a holiday appetizer board, AIP-style? With a mix of charcuterie, fresh and dried fruits, as well as some ferments, an appetizer board is a ...

Announcing The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen by Mickey Trescott!

I have HUGE news today–I’m coming out with a brand-new AIP cookbook! It’s called The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen and it releases March 2019 (details below on how you can order a signed, pre-release copy!). Angie and I both know from personal ...

Traditional vs. Infrared Saunas: Which is Best for Healing?

Although sauna use has been a traditional relaxation and health practice in many cultures for centuries, in recent years they have made a big splash in the health and wellness community as facilitators for deeper healing. In this article I ...

From-Scratch Salmon Chowder

  This recipe is a favorite from The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook – a tender, from-scratch version of salmon chowder. If you are wondering about sourcing the salmon carcass, be sure to ask at your local fish counter to see if they ...

AIP Kinda Ketchup

  I’ve been trying to make an AIP-compliant ketchup for years, but my attempts have always fallen short without trusty tomatoes to use as a base. I made a breakthrough when I gave up on using whole beets for the ...

Setting Up Your AIP Kitchen

After spending the last five years helping people transition their diets to The Autoimmune Protocol, one thing has become abundantly clear – for some people, the biggest barrier to their success is not having the right kitchen tools or organization ...