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I Can’t Try AIP Because I’m A Perfectionist

Are you a lurker? Have you been hanging around Autoimmune Wellness for a few months (or even longer!), but you still aren’t giving AIP a shot? Are you hanging out online with the AIP community, but feeling like an imposter, ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Anna’s Recovery from Limited Scleroderma and Raynaud’s

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 ...

Analysis Paralysis Conundrum of Autoimmune Management

In autoimmune disease, we often learn the hard way that the decisions we make—about what we put in our body, when to go to bed, which activities to participate in, you name it—have a direct impact on how we feel. ...

Does AIP Cause Eating Disorders?

A few weeks back, a comment on our Instagram account drew our attention. Now it isn’t like we don’t notice what this big, awesome community is saying on our social media channels. After all, we have them so we can ...

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 ...

You are a Badass… With Autoimmune Disease

  I’m a huge fan of the work of Jen Sincero, author of the bestselling You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Live an Awesome Life. Her work encourages us to set aside our fears and ...

You Are What You Believe

We humans are meaning making machines. We go through our days experiencing any number of events and connecting emotions and story to what we observe. The meaning that we attribute to our experiences can impact our entire lives—for better or ...

Change the Channel, Change Your Life

Has someone ever made a remark that hit you the wrong way, and you held onto it far longer than you should? I know it’s happened to me. For whatever reason, I’ve had folks who have made offhand comments to ...