AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Apple-Sage Pork Breakfast Skillet

  Here is another breakfast skillet to add to your morning or batch-cooking routine. I’ve used white-fleshed sweet potatoes here, along with two classic pork flavors: apple and sage. I prefer the white-fleshed sweets because they tend to be a ...

The State of AIP 2018

The AIP community has changed… a lot! Since our humble beginnings in approximately 2011, our movement has grown exponentially. This growth has been overwhelmingly positive, but there have been some downsides to it as well. Considering all the growth and ...

Bonus Episode #2: Deep Dive w/ Mickey

This is a special bonus series of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast where we are sharing in long, conversational format our personal healing stories. In each of these episodes, we are joined by our Content Manager, Grace Heerman, who interviews us ...

Bonus Episode #1: Deep-Dive w/ Angie

This is a special bonus series of The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast where we are sharing in long, conversational format our personal healing stories. In each of these episodes, we are joined by our Content Manager, Grace Heerman, who interviews us ...

Creamy AIP Coconut Milk Chai

  If you love chai, you may be familiar with the Coconut Chai recipe on p. 102 of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. Since that recipe calls for making coconut milk from scratch, I thought I’d post a simpler and quicker (but ...

3 Ways to Combat Low Stomach Acid and Support Digestion Naturally

Five years ago, I wrote a blog post called Low Stomach Acid and Autoimmune Disease, and it continues to be one of the most-read articles on this site. No wonder, because low stomach acid has huge implications for both regular ...

Paleo Principles Review

  This is the book our movement needs! Paleo has yet to be taken seriously by the mainstream media and conventional medicine for a variety of reasons, but lucky for us, our movement is closing in on one enormous barrier: ...

Herbed Beef Stew with Carrots and Celeriac

When I picked up an Instant Pot, my cooking routine changed forever — long gone were the afternoons of spending hours “checking in” with a slowly simmering pot of stew on the stovetop. Now I can execute a fully tender, nourishing ...

Minimizing Toxin Exposure… Without Fear!

I’ve been putting off writing about this topic because it can seem like one of the pieces of healing from autoimmune disease that seems way too overwhelming for a lot of folks. I’m writing about it now hopefully in an approachable ...