All of the resources you need to get started on your healing journey!

30+ Autoimmune Resources ($400 Value) for only $28!
Hurry—this bundle will only be available until November 27, 2017!


Chances are you have heard of the Autoimmune Protocol—a variation of the Paleo diet that folks around the world have been using to prevent and reverse their health conditions and most importantly, live vibrantly.

OK, so… looking at the foods to eat and avoid, you may be thinking—there is no way I can make this happen!

That is why we have contacted all of our favorite authors to create the most comprehensive AIP recipe resource on the planet.

You get all the cookbooks, meal plans, and guides that will help you make a smooth transition to the elimination diet. Doesn’t that sound fabulous?

In addition to providing you with the resources you need to get started, we are taking the mission of Autoimmune Wellness above and beyond personal health goals… we are also raising money for our favorite charities in the autoimmune wellness movement!

These charities matter for our community because they are raising awareness, sharing information, conducting important research, and providing access to quality, healing foods for everyone.

10% of the proceeds of this bundle will go to supporting 503(c)3 or 503(c)4 organizations on each day:

A national nonprofit health agency dedicated to bringing a comprehensive focus to autoimmunity, through fostering and facilitating collaboration in education, public awareness, research, and patient services.

A professional business league, wholly dedicated to furthering the cause of the holistic nutrition industry and the vision of a future where people choose food as their medicine.

A collaborative scientific effort to understand disease and raise awareness about the changes in human ecology that have given rise to diseases of the modern world, particularly autoimmune disease.

An institute developing tools and curricula, informing policy, establishing market incentives, increasing public awareness, and coordinating research on holistic land management and regenerative agriculture.



The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook

If you are looking for a resource to guide you through the implementation of the Autoimmune Protocol, this book is for you – it contains everything you need to get started. From foods to include/avoid checklists, to meal plans, shopping guide, and over 112 delicious recipes, you will have everything you need to embark on your healing journey.

  • Over 112 AIP recipes
  • Charts with foods to avoid and foods to include
  • Shopping guide
  • Recipes for kitchen staples like Bone Broth, Fermented Vegetables, and Rendering Solid Cooking Fat
  • 2 30-Day meal plans
  • Shopping lists
  • Tips and tricks that help you get the most out of the Autoimmune Protocol

The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook by Mickey Trescott

The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook

Featuring delicious, inventive recipes for all phases of the Autoimmune Protocol, strict elimination all the way through all four phases of reintroduction + helpful charts, checklists, and honest, humble, and humorous stories about all the different facets of healing!

  • Over 55 delicious recipes
  • Charts to guide gentle elimination and reintroduction
  • A checklist to take the guesswork out of reintroductions
  • Stories from the frontlines of healing
  • Pieces on all the sensitive topics that come with healing
  • How to connect to real food and the resources you need to get started

The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook by Angie Alt

An AIP Easter Celebration

A fully AIP-compliant menu for your Easter celebration including an appetizer, beverage, salad, vegetable, starch, dressing, meat dish, and dessert!

  • Holiday menu with eight recipes
  • Printable shopping list
  • Week before, day before, and day-of schedule and prep-list

An AIP Easter Celebration Cookbook by Mickey Trescott and Angie Alt

Simple French Paleo

A naturally AIP-compliant cookbook of more than 90 classic French recipes, written by Sophie Van Tiggelen (A Squirrel in the Kitchen). Rediscover the joy of food with these accessible, delicious, and nourishing recipes.

  • A comprehensive introduction to the Autoimmune Protocol
  • Lists detailing exactly what to eat, what to avoid, and what to consume in moderation
  • Detailed explanations of the four phases of reintroduction
  • Essential lifestyle tips
  • A complete how-to guide for setting up an AIP pantry
  • Valuable extras: cooking timetables, conversion tables, and a handy steaming tutorial

Simple French Paleo by Sophie Van Tiggelen

20 Paleo AIP Sweet Things

From richly flavored ice cream to crispy cinnamon cookies, colorful gummies and decadent “chocolate” fudge, there is something to tempt everyone on every occasion in this e-cookbook. This collection of desserts, snacks, and drinks was designed with parties in mind and each recipe is compliant with the strict elimination phase of the Autoimmune Protocol.

  • 20 recipes
  • AIP baking pantry list
  • AIP kitchen equipment list

AIP and Paleo Sweet Things by Sophie Van Tiggelen

85 Breakfasts on The Autoimmune Protocol

26 AIP bloggers joined together to create this e-cookbook. Every one of us has done the Autoimmune Protocol ourselves and experienced its positive effect on our health. We want to help you do the same. Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, author of The Paleo Approach and leading expert on the AIP, has given this book her seal of approval. She’s even one the recipe contributors!

  • Written by people with autoimmune disease
  • Paleo Approach Approved
  • 6 recipe categories
  • Additional special diet modifications

85 Breakfasts on The Autoimmune Protocol Cookbook by Eileen Laird

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook

The Instant Pot is a favorite tool in the AIP community. It does the work of 7 appliances and turns many recipes into one-pot wonders. This community e-cookbook, compiled by Eileen Laird (Phoenix Helix),  teaches you how to utilize the Instant Pot specifically for the AIP.Focuses on the pressure cooker function, creating fast and delicious meals

  • Over 140 recipes from 37 AIP bloggers
  • Recipe categories include broths, sauces/condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, organ meat, and dessert
  • Special diet modifications for Low-FODMAP, GAPS/SCD and Coconut-Free diets
  • Recipe highlights: Cranberry BBQ Sauce, Cauli-fredo Sauce, Fall Off the Bone Whole Chicken, Speedy Chili, “Chocolate” Cake, Mini Pumpkin Pies, and over 100 more

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook by Eileen Laird

Reintroducing Foods on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol

A 43-page guide for reintroduction on an Autoimmune Protocol, with an overview of AIP, 23 recipes for the reintroductions themselves, two protocols to help you choose which foods to reintroduce first, and much more!

  • When to start reintroductions
  • Which foods to reintroduce first
  • How to reintroduce foods
  • How to track symptoms
  • Tips on how to balance emotions as well as survive flares
  • Common mistakes
  • Reintroductions recipes

Reintroducing Foods on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol by Eileen Laird

28 Days of AIP

One of the biggest challenges to actually putting the Autoimmune Protocol into practice is finding the time and energy to cook compliant meals every single day. These meal plans take the fuss out of finding recipes and utilize a wide variety of easy-to-find ingredients without requiring a lot of time in the kitchen. This e-book combines four one-week meal plans to get your body the nutrition it needs to heal.

  • No-fuss, inexpensive food to help you ease into the Autoimmune Protocol
  • A guide to getting back on track if you’re struggling to stick to the AIP
  • A huge variety of cuisines and flavors
  • 4 1-week meal plans with shopping lists
  • 8 exclusive new recipes

28 Days of AIP by Christina Feindel

28 Days of Low-FODMAP AIP

While the number of resources available to those undertaking the Autoimmune Protocol has grown exponentially, there are very few resources for anyone on the Autoimmune Protocol who must also restrict FODMAPs due to gastrointestinal issues like IBS or SIBO. Many of these high-FODMAP fruits and vegetables are staples of the Autoimmune Protocol, leaving many wondering “What can I eat?”

  • No-fuss, inexpensive food to help you ease into a low-FODMAP Autoimmune Protocol
  • A huge variety of cuisines and flavors
  • 4 1-week meal plans with shopping lists
  • 50 exclusive low-FODMAP AIP recipes including Jambalaya, Chicken Vindaloo and more!

28 Days of low-FODMAP AIP by Christina Feindel

Organ Meat Makeover

Organ meat is a crucial component of the AIP due to its unparalleled nutrient density, but it takes creative recipes to make organ meat an enjoyable part of the meal for many folks. This book proves organ meat can not only taste good but be easy to prepare.

  • 15 100% AIP recipes
  • Special diet friendly for low-FODMAP, low-histamine and ketogenic diets
  • FAQ: Why organ meat? What is organ meat? What is the best way to prepare organ meat? What if I don’t like the taste of organ meat?
  • A simple grocery list
  • Recipe index by animal and cut
  • Recipes featuring heart, liver, tripe, marrow, gizzard, and tongue

Organ Meat Makeover by Gabriella Schneider

The Histamine-Free Paleo Breakthrough

If you are finding certain AIP-friendly foods, such as sauerkraut, are causing hives, swelling, headache, congestion, skin problems, or irritability, the problem may be a histamine intolerance. Histamines are found in many common foods, especially those that have been aged or fermented. This ebook offers food charts and recipes specific to the Autoimmune Protocol but without high histamine foods.

  • Histamine-free AIP food charts
  • 10-day histamine-free AIP meal plan

The Histamine Paleo Breakthrough by Anne Angeleone

The FODMAP-Free Paleo Breakthrough

This book outlines the FODMAP-free version of the Autoimmune Protocol, including 70 delicious low-FODMAP and low-starch AIP recipes.

  • FAQ: What are FODMAPS and what is SIBO?
  • FODMAP-free AIP food lists
  • Foods to include
  • 4 1-week meal plans
  • Shopping lists

The FODMAP-free Paleo Breakthrough by Anne Angeleone

He Won’t Know It’s Paleo

Following the Autoimmune Protocol does not have to mean compromising great taste. Bre'anna Emmitt's hope is that these recipes become your new family favorites – ones that not only improve your health, but that bring good food and great joy around your dinner table.

  • Over 100 AIP recipes
  • Categories include: appetizers, condiments, dressings, breakfast, soups, salads, sides, entrees, desserts, and beverages
  • Elimination and reintroduction charts
  • Simple instructions and photos of each recipe

He Won’t Know It’s Paleo by Bre’anna Emmitt

He Won’t Know It’s Paleo – AIP Holiday

A holiday ebook by Bre’anna Emmitt full of 100% AIP recipes for any and every holiday guest. Worry no more about enjoying your holiday gatherings. This mini-cookbook holds everything you need to have a successful meal.

  • Traditional favorites including: turkey and gravy, prime rib au jus, dressing, squash casserole, baklava bites, pumpkin pie and many more
  • Created with picky eaters in mind

AIP Holiday by Bre’anna Emmitt

Best of The Autoimmune Protocol 2015

Enjoy an amazing diversity of exquisite flavors while you embark on the Autoimmune Protocol with this e-book! With contributions from more than 30 leading Paleo and AIP bloggers and authors, this cookbook includes the best of the best 100% AIP recipes! Fill your plate with flavor and enjoy every bite on the road to better health. This 193-page e-book includes:

  • Summary of the Autoimmune Protocol
  • Over 160 best-of recipes, all 100% AIP

Best of The Autoimmmune Cookbook 2015 by Sarah Ballantyne

Best of The Autoimmune Protocol 2016

A curated collection of 120 amazing recipes showing you just how spectacularly tasty the healthiest foods in the world can be! With contributions from 23 of the finest AIP bloggers out there, this is a collection of the absolute best recipes this community had to offer in 2016 including exclusive recipes not available anywhere else.

  • 120 of the absolute best fully AIP-compliant recipes from 23 contributors
  • Introduction to the Autoimmune Protocol
  • Lists of foods to eat and foods to avoid
  • Tips for stocking your pantry and reading labels
  • Information on the all-important lifestyle factors
  • Information on reintroducing foods

Best of The Autoimmmune Cookbook 2016 by Sarah Ballantyne

Go to Bed   

If you are making changes to your diet and/or lifestyle with the goal of improved and lifelong health, putting sleep at the top of your priority list may be the single best thing you can do to guarantee success. As our scientific understanding of exactly how sleep impacts health increases, the stronger the case for sleep being the lynchpin of health. This e-book focuses in on this essential contributor to good health, explaining:

  • Why do we need sleep?
  • The many health effects of sleep (or lack thereo)
  • Diet, lifestyle and environmental influences that affect your sleep quality
  • How to get more and better sleep

Go to Bed by Sarah Ballantyne

The Paleo Approach Dinner Club

The Paleo Approach Dinner Club e-book is a unique resource for those following the Paleo Approach and Autoimmune Protocol. It will guide you through the creation of a Dinner Club, get you and your Dinner Club members organized, and provide you with recipes for 14 scrumptious complete Dinner Club meals, ideas for party games, and much more! This is so much more than just another AIP cookbook; it’s a guide for creating support and community! Here’s what you’ll find in this jam-packed 178-page e-book:

  • 12 complete Dinner Club meals, each with at least 5 recipes
  • Kid’s Table Chapter with 9 kid-friendly recipes (including standard Paleo and AIP options)
  • 82 recipes including 63 new exciting recipes not available anywhere else!
  • Print-friendly schedule for who brings what where and when
  • 21 pages of ideas for party games for every dinner club get-together

The Paleo Approach Dinner Club by Sarah Ballantyne

The Little Cookbook of Gluten-Free Waffles

Are you missing your lazy Sunday morning waffles? There’s no reason to give up on familiar weekend routines with a change in diet. Now you can recreate those breakfast treats once more. This 60-page e-book includes not only waffle recipes, but other recipes that can be made with a waffle maker.

  • 20 AIP recipes for savoury or sweet gluten-free waffles and sides
  • Helpful tips on successful waffle making

The Little Cookbook of Gluten-Free Waffles by Dora Siah

AIP Safari         

Traveling as part of the AIP/Paleo lifestyle often means a great deal of preparation and planning. Whether your adventure takes you to the carpool lane or on an airplane, the recipes and tips in this family-friendly e-book will help you survive and thrive on your AIP Safari.

  • 23 recipes ready to be packed up and taken along on your next journey
  • Tips for food packing and storage
  • Games to play in the car
  • Info on how to choose your seat on a flight and sleep on a plane
  • Tips for staying AIP on a cruise

AIP Safari by Bethany Tapp

Helping a Loved One Heal

This book is designed for caregivers - those who find themselves caring for those with chronic illness. It outlines everything you need to know to support the healing process of your loved one, as well as your own process as a caregiver. Sections include:

  • The origin of illness (and healing)
  • An overview of healing protocols
  • N=1 experimentation
  • Self-care for caregivers
  • Advocacy

Helping a Loved One Heal by Petra Chambers-Sinclair

Healing Eats

This collection of recipes is dedicated to filling your family’s plates with as many nutrients as possible. Your days of preparing special food just for yourself are over – with these recipes everyone will want to join in.

  • 76 pages featuring 25 recipes
  • Five chapters: Healing Bowls, Healing Dishes, Healing Plates, Healing Treats and Healing Cups
  • Some recipes are special diet friendly: GAPS, SCD, low-FODMAP and low-histamine
  • Info on how to transition the family
  • List of healing ingredients and why they have earned their place in this e-book

Healing Eats by Kate Jay

Mind and Body Balancing

This e-book is a guide to counteracting inflammation in the body through food and lifestyle. It provides in-depth information on what causes systemic inflammation, as well as practical therapies you can use to reduce it.

  • More than 20 recipes
  • What foods remove and add to your diet
  • Lifestyle modifications to reduce stress
  • List of therapies that can help in reducing the chronic inflammatory response

Mind and Body Balancing by Kari Owens

Holiday Feast (AIP Version)

Cassy has you covered for amazing dishes for your Holidays that will keep you Fed & Fit!

  • Ideas for staying healthy under the pressures of holiday gatherings
  • 23 awesome holiday recipes that are AIP friendly
  • New dishes as well as traditional favorites

Holiday Feast (AIP Version) by Cassy Joy Garcia

We Can All Scream for Ice Cream

The 24 recipes in this book of ice creams, popsicles, and other treats are all AIP, vegan and top 8 allergen free. There are ever so many children these days with food intolerances, behavioral disorders , and other diagnoses which can be challenging. Whole food desserts sweetened minimally are much less likely to provoke the negative responses that artificial dyes, preservatives, dairy, nuts, and wheat can cause in the wrong little bodies (or big bodies)!

  • 24 recipes free of the top 8 allergens
  • No ice cream maker needed
  • Suitable for vegan, paleo, Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) and other food-restricted diets

We Can All Scream for Ice Cream by Jennifer Robins & Vivian Cheng

The AIP Italian Cookbook

If you’re missing Italian food, look no further. This 123-page e-book will teach you how to make authentic Italian dishes using only AIP-compliant ingredients, and enjoy gelato, lasagna, risotto, pizza, cannoli and spaghetti without fear.

  • 50+ mouthwatering AIP Italian recipes
  • 6 chapters covering breakfast, first course, second course, sides and dessert
  • A detailed ingredient guide of the best AIP staples

The Italian AIP Cookbook by Ambra Torelli

Quick‑30 4‑Week AIP Meal Plan

A meal plan program created by to help you heal your autoimmune condition while eating delicious foods and cooking easy meals. The program includes:

  • 30 days (4 weeks) of meal plans with shopping lists included
  • 56 AIP-compliant recipes
  • Nutrition information for each recipe
  • A 20% discount for the monthly meal plan subscription service

One Month AIP Meal Plan by Louise & Jeremy Hendon

21‑Day Paleo Cleanse

A step-by-step guide for people with food allergies, autoimmune diseases, and gut health problems to reduce inflammation, reverse symptoms, and lose weight. Contains:

  • Cleanse quiz to assess readiness
  • Cleaning out your kitchen
  • 21 days of meal plans with prep and shopping lists included
  • 54 AIP-compliant recipes

21 Day Paleo Cleanse by Paleo Plan

HeyHashi AIP Recipes

A collection of 20 recipes from the founders and members of HeyHashi, a support and advocacy organization for those with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.

Hey Hashi AIP Recipes by Hey Hashi

Holiday Sweet Treats

This holiday dessert e-cookbook is written by Laura Vein (Sweet Treats), a former pastry chef. Don’t miss out on those traditional “memory foods” and special occasion items during the holidays. This book will teach you to re-create your favorites within AIP guidelines.

  • 14 recipes including cookies, cakes, custards, pies, sauces, and a few savory options
  • Ingredient list
  • Preferred baking tools and equipment list
  • 5 of Laura’s top tips for AIP baking success

Holiday Sweet Treats by Laura Vein

Hashimoto’s Protocol 2-Week AIP Meal Plan

Featuring a fully-compliant 2-week AIP meal plan, shopping list, and recipes from Izabella Wentz, NYT bestselling author of Hashimoto’s Protocol and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: Finding and Treating the Root Cause.

Hashimoto’s Protocol 2-Week AIP Meal Plan by Izabella Wentz


We serve the worldwide community of autoimmune sufferers who are ready to take recovery into their own hands through a wide variety of resources specific to the healing journey.

We created this bundle to provide the community with a wealth of AIP recipe and meal-planning resources, as well as support our favorite forward-thinking organizations working to change the standard of care for those with autoimmune disease, providing information necessary for healing, and ensuring access to nutrient-dense foods.

When considering books to be included in this bundle we contacted our very favorite recipe developers, thinkers, and authors in the movement to curate a high-quality, 100% AIP resource. We hope you use it to create health and wellness in your healing journey!



What exactly will I receive when I purchase this bundle?
When you purchase the bundle, you’ll be emailed a link to download one file that contains all of the e-books listed above. This is a 100% digital product, delivered by download.

The file that you will download is a type of file called a zip file. All of the individual e-book files are in PDF format. They were placed in a folder which was then compressed (zipped) to make it smaller for easier downloading. This way, you only have to download one file to get everything included in this bundle!

Will this work on my Kindle? iPad? Smartphone? Computer?
Yes! You can read these e-books from your computer, tablet, or smartphone! Instructions for exactly how to do this are below.

Are all the resources 100% AIP?
Yes, the team at Autoimmune Wellness has vetted every single resource included in this bundle. A great deal of effort was made to make sure that only extremely high quality resources that comply with the autoimmune protocol were included. You will not find such a comprehensive collection of digital resources anywhere else!

How do I “unzip” and read the e-books on my computer?
After you’ve downloaded the zip file, simply double click on it. This will open a folder with the list of bundle files within (one file for each e-book). Reading the e-books on your computer is as simple as opening Adobe Reader or Acrobat. If you already have this software on your computer, you can double click each e-book file to open automatically.

How do I “unzip” and read these e-books on my mobile device?
A variety of apps already have the functionality to unzip and open PDF files built right in. If you have the Dropbox app or the Google Drive app installed on your smartphone or tablet, these are good examples of apps that can “do it all”.

You can also unzip the folder on your computer and then transfer some or all of the PDF files to your device using your preferred method. You can e-mail the files to yourself, put them in your Dropbox, use another file managing app, or drag and drop the files onto your Android or Kindle device when it’s connected to a computer. You can download directly onto your mobile device and unzip using a file management app like WinZip.

Once the PDF files are on your mobile device, there are also several options for opening them to read your new library of e-books. The Adobe app is available for Android, Kindle and Apple devices. Once the PDF files are on your device, you’ll be able to open them in the Adobe app.

How do I add these e-books to my iBooks app?
If you have an Apple device, you can sync the PDF file to your device by opening it in iTunes. Be sure to set your device to sync books. Once the file is on your device, you can open it in iBooks, which comes with all Apple devices. If you transfer the PDF files to your Apple device, newer devices will automatically save the PDF to iBooks. On older devices, tap the screen to bring up a file menu and click “Open in…” then “iBooks” in the upper right of the screen. If you use an app to unzip the file after downloading directly to your Apple device, the app will give you an option to “Open in” iBooks.

How do I add these e-books to my Kindle reader or Kindle app?
Whether you use a native Kindle or either the Android or Apple apps, the easiest way to transfer the bundle e-books to your Kindle is to first unzip the folder on your computer and then email the files to your Kindle. To find your Kindle e-mail address, go to “Manage Your Devices” when logged into Amazon and locate the device you want to send the file to. Look at that device’s tab to locate its unique email address. Send the PDF file to that address in an email! The next time your device is connected to the internet, it will download the file. The e-book can now be found under “Personal Documents” on your Amazon account or “Docs” on your Kindle.

I’m having problems. How can I get help?
We’re happy to help! Please email us at [email protected] and we’ll make it right!

Can I get a tax deduction for the charitable donations made with my partial proceeds from my purchase today?
No, although each of the charities is a legal 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) organization, the donation will pass directly from Autoimmune Wellness to the organizations, rather than through you directly. If you'd like to make additional donations above and beyond the partial proceeds with your purchase today, those donations can qualify as tax deductions and we highly encourage your giving. These organizations are doing important and worthwhile work on behalf of all of us in the autoimmune community!

How can you offer so many resources at such a steep discount?
E-book bundles typically include a variety of e-books and other digital resources sold for a price far lower than what you would pay for each e-book individually. How does this work? There’s two major incentives for authors to donate their e-books to bundles: expanding their audience and affiliate commissions. Chances are good that you won’t be familiar with every e-book included in a bundle sale. This is what’s in it for the authors: the large number of people who look at their e-books (but normally wouldn’t have) and become new fans. When bundles have a strong theme like this one, this advantage goes both ways: you are the perfect target audience for the e-book contributors and they are great resources for you! Contributing authors also become affiliates for the bundle so there’s still a mechanism for financial compensation for the hard work they put in to creating a great resource.

This model only works when bundles are very thoughtfully organized, provide unique and high quality content, and are sold for a very limited time. The excitement over a legitimately amazing deal means lots of sales and lots of exposure for the contributors. When bundle sales last too long or when there’s too many very similar bundle sales to choose from, the excitement fades, and so do the benefits to the contributors. We want to make sure we honor the contributions from our authors and vendors by doing this right! That’s why this bundle was so carefully crafted and is only available until November 27th!