AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad

  Have you ever eaten raw Brussels sprouts before? Just like in my Winter Kale Salad recipe, massaging thinly-shaved sprouts with olive oil and salt yields a softer and more digestible green. By not cooking them, you get to reap ...

Crispy Sage-Anchovy Pork with Cider Mashed Acorn Squash

  Phew this recipe title is a mouthful — and so is the dish! This Crispy Sage-Anchovy Pork with Cider Mashed Acorn Squash is a restaurant-worthy meal and would be perfect for an at-home date night as well. Thick, juicy ...

Honey “Mustard” Chicken Salad

  This month, I’m serving you up a delicious powerhouse of a salad you never saw coming on AIP: Honey “Mustard” Chicken Salad! This nutrient dense, detoxification-supporting salad has ingredients that can be found all year round. It’s a crunchy, ...

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, ...

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

  Asparagus is my favorite vegetable. Not just because its tart, earthy taste pairs well with just about everything – lemon and bacon are fairly traditional toppings but I’ve also served mine with sweet honey-orange sauce or even date paste ...

Maple-Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes

  What kinds of foods do you think of when you think of November? Pumpkin pie, probably. Stuffed turkey and mashed potatoes. Cider or mulled wine, something warm and autumnal to fight off the cold. For a lot of people, ...