AutoImmune Paleo Articles
10 Tips for Staying on the AIP Wagon

  Last year I wrote an article called, “What is AIP? The Definitive Guide,” and a comment was left there by a reader asking for similar in-depth guidance, but on the topic of “falling off the wagon.” That person said, ...

Four Ways to Eat Like a Nutrivore

Despite often being overlooked, nutrient density is without question the most impactful component of any way of eating, and it was for this reason that I decided on this topic for my newest book, The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen! Whether you find ...

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, ...

How to Make Your Healing Routine Easier During Back-to-School Season

  Finding Structure in Transition No one understands the frazzle of the fall season quite like moms do. Alarm clocks, piles of shoes by the front door, backpack checks, and multiple new schedules to juggle. Maintaining the time and space ...

Setting Up Your AIP Kitchen

After spending the last five years helping people transition their diets to The Autoimmune Protocol, one thing has become abundantly clear – for some people, the biggest barrier to their success is not having the right kitchen tools or organization ...

The Guide to AIP Travel: International 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. (If you are more interested ...

How to Reintroduce Food on AIP: The Definitive Guide

NOTE: This post has been updated as of June 2019 and reflects the latest updates to the Autoimmune Protocol. We work hard to ensure that this page is the first to be updated on our website in order to share ...

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 ...