AutoImmune Paleo Articles
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, ...

What is 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 ...

Introducing AIP Certified Coach!

Hello Autoimmune Wellness Community! Today, we are writing to you with a special message that has been on our hearts for a long time. We are always thinking about ways we can truly change the landscape for those with autoimmune ...

Surgery – The AIP Way, Part I

I’ve had four abdominal surgeries in my lifetime. One emergency Caesar section and three laparoscopic surgeries to diagnose and treat endometriosis. Of my four surgeries, two were performed since I adopted the Autoimmune Protocol as my primary autoimmune disease management ...

Introducing Autoimmune Wellness!

New year, new name! We have some exciting news to share on this New Year’s Day. We are getting a new name! We’d like to introduce you to Autoimmune Wellness. Mickey first started Autoimmune Paleo in late 2012. Two years ...

Research Update: New Study on The Autoimmune Protocol and Rheumatoid Arthritis

If the stories compiled on our site and from the worldwide community are anything to show, the Autoimmune Protocol has helped a great many people with autoimmune disease live healthier, fuller lives. Many of us discovered this way of eating ...

Moderator vs. Abstainer: Using Your Tendency To Reach Your Goals

  Happy New Year! 2016 has arrived! I’m going to be totally amazing this year. I’m going to make all those changes I’ve been planning. It’s going to be awesome as I just demolish challenges left and right. I’m going ...

What is Gluten Cross-Reactivity?

The Theory Since many people with celiac disease continue to feel sick, even when they eliminate gluten from their diet, scientists have been looking for the reason why. One theory is cross-reactivity. What does that mean? When your body develops an ...