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5 Reasons Functional Neurology is Essential to Managing Autoimmunity

Optimizing brain function and preserving its integrity is one of the most important aspects of regaining and maintaining health, vitality, and quality of life. Functional Neurologists are specialized in improving brain and body function by applying strategic exercises to activate ...

AIP Stories of Recovery – February 2016

  AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all ...

When Exercise Recovery Becomes Harder to Handle: Troubleshooting Root Causes

Within the autoimmune community, I’ve heard many people talk about a decreased ability to recover from exercise. “I can’t do my workout like I used to,” “I take twice as long to recover,” “I’ve had to stop running.” It’s frustrating ...

AIP Stories of Recovery – August 2015

“AIP Stories of Recovery” is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the ...

Is A Healing Crisis Really Healing?

The Theory In theory, a “healing crisis” is when your symptoms get worse before they get better, and this is a sign that you are healing. It’s also called a Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction or “die-off” (indicating the die-off of pathogenic organisms ...

Breaking the Cycle of Food Cravings: Why Are We Drawn to Foods That Harm Us?

One cornerstone of the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) is determining which foods cause adverse reactions, whether they’re in the digestive system, joints, skin, or other organs. Each of us can pinpoint at least one food — typically more — that leaves ...

The Autoimmune Protocol vs. Other Healing Diets

  One of the most common questions I get about the Autoimmune Protocol is “Why should I do AIP instead of a ketogenic diet, GAPS, SCD, low-FODMAP, or the Candida Diet?” or “Should I do AIP with SCD/low-FODMAPs etc.?” With ...

Why Food Intolerance Testing Doesn’t Work

If Only It Were Easy Let’s face it: the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol is hard to do. If we could just take a test to identify our food intolerances, it would be so much easier! So, why don’t we? Unfortunately, food intolerance ...

Healing Update – Part II

Disclaimer: I’m sharing my experience here in hopes that it will inspire some of you. Be warned this is not me dishing medical advice—I am not a doc. Please talk to your doctor before making any medication, supplement, or dietary ...

Can I buy You A Beer? A Celiac Looks At Orthorexia

Wow. This post has been bubbling in my brain for a loooong time.  I’ve thought & thought & thought about how to write about this topic.  There’s a fine line here.  A month or so ago I even had a ...

Fruit and the Autoimmune Protocol

One of the most common questions I get asked is “How much fruit should I include on the Autoimmune Protocol?”. Just having completed the 21 Day Sugar Detox, I have a renewed perspective on the role of sugar in the ...

Low Stomach Acid and Autoimmune Disease

One of the recent topics I have covered in my coursework with the Nutritional Therapy Association is digestion. In the book Why Stomach Acid Is Good For You by Dr. Jonathan Wright, I have come across a lot of information that I ...