AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Green Thai Curry Paste

This AIP Thai Green Curry Paste is a great way to boost the flavor of meat, seafood, veggies or soup. This vibrant green dish is full of anti-inflammatory ingredients which means it not only tastes good but it’s also good ...

Butternut Bacon Browns

When I first began this new way of eating, breakfast required the biggest mental shift. What’s a girl to do without her scrambled eggs, or peanut butter toast?! If you find yourself in this position, I invite you to think ...

Lemon Baked Mahi Mahi

  This 30-minute Paleo Lemon Baked Mahi Mahi recipe is baked with fresh herbs, olive oil and lemon which creates a yummy broth that’s perfect for drizzling over cauliflower rice. It only takes 6 ingredients to transform mahi mahi into ...

Mediterranean Chicken Salad

  This is not your mama’s chicken salad. For starters, there is not a speck of Miracle Whip. And no celery.  This version is a fresh and fragrant one, with lemon zest, punchy Kalamata olives, and heady basil. There is ...

AIP Tabbouleh

  Now’s the perfect time to be looking to food as a source of immune-boosting nutrients. The great thing about these tabbouleh ingredients is that they are easily sourced and some are even easy to grow. Want to keep parsley ...

Golden Chicken Nuggets

Do you miss McDonald’s chicken nuggets? Before I was enlightened to holistic nutrition, I would literally eat McDonald’s once or twice a week. Looking back, it’s hard to believe that was the norm for me. As bad as the quality ...

Smoked Oyster Tapenade

This quick and easy Smoked Oyster Tapenade appetizer is the best way to east smoked oysters. It’s a salty, briny, and slightly smoky dip that is a great way to ease your palette into smoked oysters. Oysters are a highly ...

AIP Beet Hummus

Most of the time when I’m cooking, I’m only about 50% sure I know how it’s going to turn out. When I tested this beet hummus recipe, I was thinking it was going to taste like some weird beet-like mush. ...