The Blog

Stay up to date with all of the latest AIP compliant recipes, articles, and other resources on living well with autoimmune disease

The Blog

Stay up to date with all of the latest AIP compliant recipes, articles, and other resources on living well with autoimmune disease

Sarah’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages 3 Autoimmune Diseases in North Carolina

  AIP Kitchen Tour is a monthly feature in which we profile a member of the AIP community and their kitchen setup in hopes that it will further inspire us to get our kitchens organized and set up for success! We’ve interviewed folks who are making the AIP lifestyle a reality in everything from college dorms and small city apartments, to large households with non-AIP family members, and everything in between. Through these ...

Tender and Tangy Brisket

I grew up in Montana, where April was still quite cold. Our Easter photos were hastily taken outside in the frosty grass. We smiled through chattering teeth just long enough to snap a photo, then hurried inside for the actual egg hunting around the house. (There was once a huge blizzard in May, but we try to forget that year.) For me, the fragrance of ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Jarrett’s Recovery from Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and Alopecia

AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the different health challenges that are being overcome by folks just like themselves on the same path. At Autoimmune Paleo we hope you’ll be inspired by, ...

Classic Deli Tuna Salad

  Tuna salad is often vilified as smelly, fishy, and a Very Bad Thing to bring to the office for lunch. This reputation put me off it for years, until I went looking for easy seafood recipes I could whip up and travel with. And it turns out there’s a reason people bring it to work! But not only is this not smelly or fishy, ...

Change is an Emotional Process! Why Information Alone Isn’t Enough

Let’s say you want to make a shift in your life. You want to get more sleep, eat in a way that is more supportive of your health, effectively manage your stress or anxiety, or get to the gym more often. More than likely, you have some information at your fingertips about strategies to make these shifts happen. Maybe you’ve read some books, listened to ...

Salmon Stew with Rutabaga, Leeks, and Dill

  Salmon can be delightful in soups and stews, but a little tricky to work with. The best method I’ve discovered is not to let the fish cook in boiling liquid; instead, if you stir it in gently just after the heat has been turned off, it cooks beautifully in just a minute or two. I’ve been making this recipe either with leeks or onions, ...

PSA: Updates to The Autoimmune Protocol

One of the benefits of the Autoimmune Protocol is that it is based in scientific research, but that foundation means that as we learn more about the intersection of nutrition and autoimmune disease, the recommendations that form the basis of the protocol are likely to change. We’re writing this post today to give you a heads up that there have been some small but important ...

10 Tips for Staying on the AIP Wagon

  Last year I wrote an article called, “What is AIP? The Definitive Guide,” and a comment was left there by a reader asking for similar in-depth guidance, but on the topic of “falling off the wagon.” That person said, “It would be great to hear from you on how to bounce back, without feeling like a failure.” Funnily enough, I had been planning on ...