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

Courtney’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Ankylosing Spondylitis and Hashimoto’s in Vermont

  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 ...

Lemon Scented Roasted Vegetables with a Lemon Vinaigrette

  As if AIP roasted vegetables weren’t satisfying enough, add asparagus and radishes to the tray, toss them in some lemon — zest as well as juice — and you’ll be in heaven. Cauli rice with roasted veggies is nothing particularly new it’s fair to say. However, this recipe is certainly good enough to share and have on repeat throughout the year, with a rotation ...

The Guide To AIP Travel: Road Trips

  Traveling while on an elimination diet like the Autoimmune Protocol can be challenging at best. In this series, I will be covering three areas of travel with AIP — road trips, plane trips, and international trips. Part 1: AIP Road Trips This article will serve as a resource for those who are traveling by car. We’re starting here because I feel that road trips ...

Savory Summer Tart

  I love an AIP tart! Sweet ones are, of course, delish, but I’m actually a bigger fan of savory. Savory tarts are so versatile, both in terms of what can go in and when they can be served. There’s almost no veggie or protein you can’t throw into the tart crust and it looks beautiful served at any meal. Even better, savory tarts are ...

Hidden Veggie Meatloaf

  After five years, this AIP Meatloaf recipe is still one of the most popular on our blog and I thought it was time I gave the recipe a little update to reflect some of the changes I’ve made over the years. The addition of some cassava flour really helps improve the texture, while still maintaining a nice juicy flavor. If you have a food ...

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: The Anger/Autoimmune Connection

Have you seen the Pixar film Inside Out? While it may be a cartoon, I love how it shows the interplay among our emotions, and how they all get to have their moment in the sun. It’s no coincidence to me that the character “Anger” in the movie is modeled after a fire brick. When he gets wound up, flames literally shoot out of his ...

AIP Quarterly Community Update – June 2018

The quarterly Community Update is our chance to give you a heads up about AIP community news, podcasts, video series, and local in-person meet-up groups. If you have started a local support group on Facebook (no pages please), send the link to [email protected] and we will promote it! AIP Meetup Groups Find a local networking group centered around the Autoimmune Protocol! Be advised that these are not disease-specific support ...

Roasted Cabbage Wedges

Cabbage has never been one of my favorite vegetables. I know, it’s basically sacrilege for a southerner to not like coleslaw. But it often has a rubbery texture and bitter taste that can be off-putting even to people who aren’t normally “picky eaters”. As I learned more about cooking in general and produce specifically, I began to realize that those faults weren’t so much a ...