AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Virgin Cherry Moscow Mules

  Whether you’re new to the AIP or have been navigating your special diet for a while, it can be disheartening to have to face the holiday season without being able to drink. Everyone else is loosening up, having fun, ...

From-Scratch Salmon Chowder

  This recipe is a favorite from The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook – a tender, from-scratch version of salmon chowder. If you are wondering about sourcing the salmon carcass, be sure to ask at your local fish counter to see if they ...

Beet and Blueberry Chop Salad

  Chop salads aren’t really a new thing. They’ve been a trend for at least five years now, but I love them (and I don’t give two shakes about food fads anyway, I do what I like by golly… you ...

Orange-Glazed Pork Tenderloin

  This AIP pork tenderloin has become one of my favorite proteins for a fun meal you can look forward to all week. It’s simple to throw together and only has a handful of ingredients, but the flavor is intensely ...

Garlic and Lemon Wilted Chard

  So, I have to admit that this “recipe” doesn’t feel very recipe-ish to me. Wilting swiss chard seems like cheating to me or too easy, but recently I shared my undying love for chard as my breakfast green of ...

Chicken Bulgogi

  A Korean barbecue recipe, Chicken Bulgogi is typically made with a spicy marinade of soy sauce, brown sugar, and sesame oil, then pan-fried to golden-brown perfection and topped with a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Despite all those forbidden ingredients, ...

Creamy Collards with Garlic and Spices

  I cook a lot of dark leafy greens. Not only do they allow us to pack in the nutrients but they are excellent for improving methylation pathways, something that commonly needs addressing with autoimmune conditions. Stress control, inflammation management, ...

Apple-Sage Pork Breakfast Skillet

  Here is another breakfast skillet to add to your morning or batch-cooking routine. I’ve used white-fleshed sweet potatoes here, along with two classic pork flavors: apple and sage. I prefer the white-fleshed sweets because they tend to be a ...