AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Steak Salad with Fig-Thyme Balsamic Vinaigrette

I’m a big fan of having salads for lunch in the summertime, especially when time is tight! The star here is a good fig balsamic vinegar, that has just the right blend of sweetness and acidity to make a killer ...

Transitioning to AIP from a Vegan or Vegetarian Diet

Many folks come to the Autoimmune Protocol having spent time eating vegan or vegetarian diets, sometimes for long periods of time. While a transition to the elimination phase of AIP can be tricky no matter what your starting diet, it ...

BBQ Braised Brisket
BBQ Braised Brisket

I love a good braise, and this recipe for BBQ Braised Brisket sure makes me happy! This is a fool-proof, simple, and flavorful way to transform a sometimes tricky cut of meat into a delicious meal with an amazing sauce. ...

Creamy Broccoli Slaw

When the weather warms up I am a big fan of salads with tons of raw veggies. This broccoli slaw is one of my favorite ways to prepare raw broccoli with a tangy and probiotic-rich coconut-yogurt-based dressing. In just a ...

Cookbook Review: The Autoimmune Protocol Reintroduction Cookbook

Today we’re going to take a deeper look at the newest AIP cookbook on the scene, The Autoimmune Protocol Reintroduction Cookbook, by Kate Jay, FNTP! Many of you know Kate as one of our past recipe contributors here on the ...

AIP Pizza Dough

Traditional pizza is a trifecta of ingredients that cause a lot of us serious issues… gluten, dairy, and nightshades! You definitely don’t need any of those three ingredients to make a delicious pizza though, and today I’m going to show ...

Accessible AIP: When a Healing Diet Isn’t in Your Budget
farmer's market vegetables

Today I’m going to be tackling a topic that has been a long time coming in the AIP community: how to proceed with a healing, nutrient-dense diet when it is either difficult or impossible to do so financially. As a ...

AIP Indian Fusion Review

  Today I’m giving you a tour through the newest AIP cookbook, AIP Indian Fusion by Indira Pulliadath, MS, NTP! One of my favorite aspects of being a part of the AIP community for so long is the chance not ...

Citrus Tart

  The best way to use an abundance of citrus during the winter season? My vote is for this take on a traditional lemon curd tart, using delicious Meyer lemons and a hint of orange to naturally cut the tartness. ...