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

Sheet Pan Apricot Pork and Veggies

  As you all may have noticed, I’m on a sheet pan dinner kick. I really like the ease of roasting foods and I really love the flavors that result with roasting. I found the last two sheet pan recipes I wrote to be a great way to throw together a dinner that was bursting with flavor, minimized dishes, and worked loads of veggies into ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Megan’s Recovery from Narcolepsy and Hypothyroidism

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, ...

Grilled Peaches with Basil Aioli

  There are very few things I appreciate about summer in the south (hello, heat and humidity!), but summer peaches? Oh, how I love them! They are fragrant, juicy, not too sweet, and not too tart — basically the perfect summer fruit. I eat them fresh in the summer all the time, but I wondered… what would happen if you grilled them? And then added ...

SIBO: The Definitive Guide

This Is Educational Content Before we get started with this definitive guide to SIBO, I need to clarify that science isn’t perfect. What is understood to be “definitive” today, may be turned on its head with advances in research tomorrow. At Autoimmune Wellness we are always striving for a grounding in science, but that also means a willingness to accept cutting-edge information that may contradict ...

Clam Chowder

  When I was a little girl, some of my most fondest memories was of eating clam chowder with my grandma at a local restaurant called Oyster House. They would serve it hot in a tiny diner bowl with a side of oyster crackers. As I’ve grown, I’ve made it my mission to recreate these comfort foods with quality ingredients. This AIP Clam Chowder recipe ...

AIP Certified Coach Spotlight – Tina Christoudias-Spyrou

  Ever since our first cohort of coaches graduated from our AIP Certified Coach Practitioner Training Program, we’ve been watching with pride and excitement as they bring the AIP to the traditional healthcare landscape. Our AIP Certified Coach Spotlight features give you a look at what it means to be an AIP coach, and what you can expect when working with one as part of ...

Messages from the Dark: Lessons From My Recent Depressive Episode

It was about 10 p.m. on Mother’s Day and I was a mess. On paper, it had been the most thoughtful and perfect Mother’s Day I could imagine. Yet there I was, settling in for a restless night on the couch. (When I commit to shutting down and hiding, I really go for it.) It dawned on me, after a shame- and disgust-filled crying jag: ...

Golden Raisin Coleslaw

  My absolute favorite recipes are the ones where I don’t have to do anything aside from get the ingredients together, and that includes only having to clean the one dish they were combined in. During winter, that means a lot of soups in the Instant Pot and pot roasts in the oven. And when the weather warms up, there’s nothing more refreshing than a ...