Heard about AIP but don’t know where to begin?
The Autoimmune Paleo eCookbook contains everything you need to get started, including delicious recipes, meal plans, shopping lists, and helpful tips.
Featuring over 110 Recipes free from grains, beans, dairy, eggs, nuts seeds or nightshades—including spices!
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ABOUT THE BOOK
In the first half of the book, you will learn all about the Autoimmune Protocol—what to eat, avoid, how to batch-cook, meal plans, and helpful tips. In the second half of the book, you will find over 100 recipes for every type of meal and occasion, all compliant for the strictest phase of the elimination diet.
In addition to the recipes, you will find information on:
Foods to eat or avoid. Included are detailed guides on what to eat and what to avoid while on the Autoimmune Protocol.
Two 4-week meal plans. Both meal plans are linked to corresponding recipes throughout the book.
Shopping lists. Each meal plan comes with complete bi-weekly shopping lists and instructions for modifications.
Tips and tricks. These are sections on how to get the most out of the Autoimmune Protocol—included are sections on food quality, a shopping guide, and ideas for batch cooking and breakfast inspiration.
10% of the proceeds of this ebook are donated to support further AIP medical research through the Chronic Wellness Collective (and you can read more about past studies here!).
I’m Mickey Trescott. I transitioned to the Autoimmune Protocol three years ago, after being diagnosed with both Celiac and Hashimoto’s disease. While getting a diagnosis was a relief, my health continued to decline until I was able to get at the root of my food allergies and sensitivities using the Autoimmune Protocol. Doing the elimination diet was a life-changing experience for me, one that finally enabled my body to heal long-term. It is my goal to provide resources for others who want to embark on this journey themselves.
I’m a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and also have a background working as a home chef, helping families provide nutrient-dense meals for their kids and loved ones. In addition, I have a passion for the organization and preparation that goes in to keeping a kitchen stocked full of wholesome home-cooked meals, even while on a restricted diet. With this book, I’ve created a one-stop resource for those of you looking to embark on the Autoimmune Protocol to enable further healing in your own life.
Mickey Trescott has written an absolute masterpiece of a cookbook with The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. This is the first cookbook of its kind, a complete cookbook that follows the strictest version of the paleo autoimmune protocol (no sneaky seed-based spices!), from kitchen staples to quick meals for busy weeknights, to meals you can entertain with, to comfort foods, to decadent desserts (yes, you read that right). This cookbook makes the autoimmune protocol accessible! With food lists, breakfast ideas, suggested kitchen tools, tips for batch cooking and even two complete 4-week meal plans with shopping lists, this cookbook will not only get you started with the autoimmune protocol but it will show you that food can still be delicious and that food can still nurture your soul as well as your body.
– Sarah Ballantyne, ThePaleoMom.com
The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook is the first cookbook I've seen dedicated to providing safe foods to those following the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol. But more than that, it's intoxicatingly pretty. It's energetic and enticing. I found myself believing exactly the author's goal — you can still be a foodie and absolutely enjoy the art of cooking while restricting foods to only those nutrient-dense and healing foods outlined. With meal plans, shopping lists and easy to understand explanations — this is a fantastic resource for those working to put their autoimmune disease in remission!
– Stacy Toth, PaleoParents.com
Mickey's first-hand experience with autoimmune disease and her professional background in cooking make The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook a well-rounded and accessible resource for anyone interested in reclaiming their health by way of hearty, healthy whole foods.
– Christina Lynn, ACleanPlate.com
I know a lot of folks struggle with implementing the Autoimmune Protocol. Mickey Trescott has beautifully laid out every aspect, so simply, with explanations, shopping lists and recipes that will excite any palate. She indulges a love of good food, as though there are no restrictions. I thank Mickey for this wonderful testament to how delicious the Autoimmune Protocol can be, with proper interpretation.
– Melissa Hughes, VitalityEnthusiast.com
The autoimmune community is beyond lucky to count Mickey Trescott as one of our own. Her new book, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook is going to revolutionize our previously ho-hum AIP menus. After a full year of following the Autoimmune Protocol I was desperately searching for some new meal ideas to liven up my menus, as I paged through my copy I literally gasped with excitement (the pictures are gorgeous). Those with autoimmunity who are dedicated to their healing need look no further. Mickey has perfect resource prepared for all of us.
– Angela Alt, Alt-ternativeAutoimmune.com
Using the information and recipes in this book, you can be successful in trying the Autoimmune Protocol for 30 days or more.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I look at a table of contents to see what the recipes are like?
Yep, see the sample pages to check it out! The last 3 slides are the table of contents.
Is this a printed book?
No, this is a downloadable ebook. If you are looking for the hardcover version of this book, click here.
Will this book work on my Kindle or iPad?
Yes, this book will work on any device that can read a .pdf file, including Kindle and iPad. If you want to read it on your smartphone, you will need to download first to your computer, and then transfer to your phone using USB.
I’m allergic to coconut. Is this book coconut-free?
While the book is not specifically coconut-free, you can use any other solid cooking fat in place of coconut oil in the recipes (duck fat, lard, or tallow all work well). Instead of the garlic “mayo”, you will want to use avocado. Use a root vegetable puree thinned with bone broth to thicken soups and stews instead of coconut milk. Over 75 recipes in the book can easily be made coconut-free, but sadly only a couple of the desserts.
Is this book low-FODMAP or SCD?
Not specifically, but some of the recipes can be adapted quite easily.
Does this book follow Whole 30 guidelines?
Yes, the book is approved for use during an AIP Whole 30, leaving out the smoothies and dessert section.
10% of the proceeds of this course are donated to Equitable Giving Circle, a non-profit organization that promotes food security in the BIPOC community by supporting Portland BIPOC-owned farms & improving food access.