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SIBO: The Definitive Guide

This Is Educational Content Before we get started with this definitive guide to SIBO, I need to clarify that science isn’t perfect. What is understood to be “definitive” today, may be turned on its head with advances in research tomorrow. ...

Herbal Allies and Autoimmune Healing: How Can Herbs Be Incorporated into AIP?

While herbalism today is touted as a trendy alternative healthcare option, the study and practice of plant medicine for healing has been around since time immemorial. The first written records of medicinal plants appear on Sumerian clay tablets dated over ...

AIP and Histamine Intolerance – The Complete Guide

This article was originally posted in June 2016, but has since been updated and expanded to accommodate new research. What is histamine? Histamine is a natural substance that our immune cells produce as a part of the stress response, usually ...

AIP is a Plant-Based Protocol

Today we are going to tackle one of the biggest misconceptions about the Autoimmune Protocol — that it is a way of eating that relies primarily on meat and animal products at the expense of vegetables (not true!). A part ...

Managing GERD Without Medications: Assessing and Addressing Diet and Lifestyle

GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) remains extremely common, affecting an estimated 40% of Americans on at least a weekly basis, despite widespread use of acid-suppressing therapies such as antacids, H2 blockers, and proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs). I have written previously (1) about ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Sierra’s Recovery from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

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 ...

Are You Getting Enough Nutrients on AIP?

Summary and Key Points Nutrient deficiencies can result from insufficient intake, impaired digestion or absorption, problems with transport, impaired assimilation and states of over-utilization. It takes a methodical approach to assess the root causes behind a nutrient deficiency in order ...

The State of AIP 2019

Last year, we wrote our first-ever “State of AIP 2018” here at Autoimmune Wellness. We took that step, because the AIP community had grown and changed so much since it’s small beginnings in 2011 and we wanted to try to ...

The Ultimate Guide to Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis) with AIP

An overwhelming percentage of our audience is currently managing one of the long list of symptoms that fall under the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) umbrella. For some, this is their only autoimmune condition, and for others, it accompanies other diseases ...

5 Ways To Keep It Simple While On AIP

Having a hard time either making the elimination phase of the Autoimmune Protocol stick for the first time, or sustain a healing diet long-term? You aren’t alone — and I believe one of the biggest barriers to compliance is sheer ...

About AIP

Curious about the Autoimmune Protocol? You’re in the right place! Scroll through the links below to learn about everything from what’s included in the protocol, to how to maintain a healing mindset.   What is the Autoimmune Protocol? What is ...

Diversity in AIP – September 2017

Diversity in AIP is a story series showcasing the wide variety of people from different backgrounds adapting AIP to not only support autoimmune healing, but also to honor important cultural, religious, ethnic, or national food traditions. We are sharing these ...