Quarterly Community Update – September 2017


The quarterly Community Update is our chance to give you a heads up about AIP community news, podcasts, video series, and local in-person meet-up groups. If you have started a local support group on Facebook (no pages please), send the link to [email protected] and we will promote it!

Results Are In: First-Ever AIP Medical Study

After a year of waiting, the results of the first-ever medical study of the Autoimmune Protocol are out! And they are even better than we hoped. Read our summary here. Sneak peek: “…this proportion of participants with active IBD achieving clinical remission by week 6 [of the study] rivals that of most drug therapies for IBD.”

All-New AIP Resources Page

We’ve been working hard on revamping our Resources page so we can better direct you to the books, resources and tools that have made our AIP journeys easier. We’re so excited to unveil it!

Check out our list of the best kitchen tools, AIP cookbooks, podcasts, food purveyors, Hashi’s resources, and so much more! Click here.

AIP Meetup Groups

Find a local networking group centered around the Autoimmune Protocol! Be advised that these are not disease-specific support groups, but are to facilitate in-person networking and support for those on or considering the Autoimmune Protocol. Each group has their own moderation and rules for membership, but generally they are private and supportive of those on their healing journeys. Know that this listing does not imply endorsement by Autoimmune Paleo, groups are not run by us, and your request to join and any information you may encounter in these groups is at your own risk.

If possible, please request membership in a group local to where you live — after all, the whole idea is to get together with others in your community who are facing similar challenges! Health coaches, practitioners, online marketers, and others trying to sell their products, know that many of these groups are well moderated and solicitation will not be tolerated. If there isn’t a group near you, consider starting your own and letting us know about it on our contact page!


Western US:

Sacramento AIP Group
Portland AIP Group
Seattle AIP Group
SoCal AIP Group
NorCal AIP Group
Denver AIP Group
Boulder AIP Group
Fort Collins AIP Group
Alaska AIP Group
San Francisco Bay Area AIP Group
San Francisco AIP Group
San Diego AIP Group
Idaho AIP Group
Santa Cruz AIP Group

Northeastern US:

NE AIP Group
Upstate NY AIP Group

Philadelphia AIP Group
Pittsburgh/Southwestern Pennsylvania AIP Group
Vermont AIP Group
Connecticut AIP Group 
Massachusetts AIP Group
Midatlantic AIP Group 

Southeastern US:

Mid-Atlantic AIP Group
North + South Carolina AIP Group
Alabama AIP Group
Puerto Rico AIP Group
Atlanta AIP Group
East Tennessee AIP Group
NE Florida AIP Group

Midwestern US:

Ohio AIP Group
Chicago-Midwest AIP Group
Iowa AIP Group
Indianapolis/Central Indiana AIP Group
Minneapolis/St. Paul AIP Group
Kansas City AIP Group
St. Louis AIP Group
Oklahoma AIP Group
Kentucky AIP Group

Southwestern US:

Central Texas AIP Group
Houston AIP Group
Arizona AIP Group
Northern New Mexico AIP Group


Canada AIP Group
Ottowa AIP Group
Vancouver B.C. AIP Group
Vancouver Island AIP Group


European AIP Group
Netherlands AIP Group
Belgium/Netherlands AIP Group
London AIP Group
UK AIP Group
Finland AIP Group
Germany AIP Group
Hungary AIP Group 
France AIP Group
Spain AIP Group
AIP Info Europe
Bulgaria AIP Group
Israel AIP Group
Serbia/Bosnia/Croatia AIP Group
Croatia (and Neighboring Countries) AIP Group
Sweden AIP Group


Australia AIP Group
Egypt AIP Group
New Zealand AIP Group
South Africa AIP Group
Cayman Islands AIP Group

About Grace Heerman

Grace Heerman is a writer and website designer based in New York City. Through her business Said with Grace, she helps coaches clarify their message and create authentic websites that actually bring in business. Here at Autoimmune Wellness, Grace writes book reviews, manages blog content, and organizes Facebook publishing. She is an avid traveler and loves spending winters in Asia. You can connect with Grace and learn more about her writing and design work on her website, Said with Grace.


  • We have a powerful group. I have watched others in my group reverse MS, RA, Hashi, Linchen Planus,
    Fibro, etc. Most follow AIP. We just had an outing. We went kayaking! Spent the night in a really neat cabin, cooked some really good AIP food. It was so good and so much fun! The crazy thing is … most of them couldn’t get off the coach in 2015. It was a miracale watching them on the lake for an hour. We review Mickey and Angie, Terry Walhs, Amy Myers, Mark Hyman, Sarah Ballantyne. We are reading the Good Gut now.

    • Angie Alt says

      This is awesome Melanie!! Thank you for sharing your story. How can folks get in touch w/ your group?

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Awesome to hear Melanie! Thanks for sharing!

  • […] the autoimmune protocol to heal, and they face the same challenges over the holidays. Advertise a meet-up group through Facebook, your local health food store, or your local newspaper. Picture a party where you […]

  • […] Lorraine supports her health in many different ways. She has worked with a functional medicine specialist, physical therapist, psychiatrist, and acupuncturist. She also follows the paleo autoimmune protocol and practices mind-body-spirit techniques such as meditation. And she has found in-person and online support groups to be very helpful, especially Arthritis Introspective and the AIP Groups. […]

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