AutoImmune Paleo Articles
What Your Physician May Not Be Telling You About the Autoimmune Wonder Drugs

There are 100 million Americans who have autoantibodies and symptoms but no specific diagnosis. These people are told by their doctors to wait and see, to come back next year for more tests. They aren’t given any advice about interventions ...

COVID-19 and Autoimmune Disease

At this point you have likely read numerous reports about the COVID-19 Coronavirus and hopefully have started implementing changes to minimize your risk of exposure or transmission of this new strain of virus. I will start off by saying I ...

Introducing Knew Health: Medical Cost Sharing

  Disclaimer: Medical cost sharing is not health insurance. This article is meant to share my personal experience using medical cost sharing and should be used for information only. Health care decisions are not to be taken lightly, and I ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Indira’s Recovery from Rheumatoid Arthritis

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 ...

Four Ways to Collaborate with Your Doctor

Creating your care team is a huge part of living well with autoimmune disease. Your healthcare providers can be anything form MDs to acupuncturists, but no matter who they are, it’s important to make sure they are on your same ...

5 Reasons You Should Get Your Nutrition From Real Food Before Supplements

The addition (or subtraction!) of supplements, while on a healing diet like the Autoimmune Protocol is one of the hottest topics in our community. Personally, in my 6-plus-year healing journey, I’ve been through many “phases” of supplementation. At my sickest, ...

Surgery – The AIP Way, Part II

After four abdominal surgeries (the last two since adopting AIP to help me manage my autoimmune diseases), I was inspired to write a small blog series about “AIP surgery.” This post is Part II of the series and is focused ...

Surgery – The AIP Way, Part I

I’ve had four abdominal surgeries in my lifetime. One emergency Caesar section and three laparoscopic surgeries to diagnose and treat endometriosis. Of my four surgeries, two were performed since I adopted the Autoimmune Protocol as my primary autoimmune disease management ...