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Episode #17: Encore – The AIP Evolved Manifesto Part I is a fun chat with our AIP blogging community friends from all over the globe. We take a few minutes to chat with ten different bloggers on one point each from our AIP Evolved Manifesto. They share with us how they have lived out that particular tenant in their own healing journeys. This encore episode is for you if you like “real life” perspectives on AIP and/or you want to virtually be introduced to some of your favorite bloggers.
If you’d like to share how you have lived out a tenant of the manifesto, please share in the comments here. Obviously, we are big fans of learning how folks everywhere are restoring their health using AIP.
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- 0:00 Intro
- 1:20 Welcome to the encore episode-Part I
- ￼5:09 Alaena shares on Point #1: Trust your intuition.
- Diagnosis: Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
- Website: Grazed and Enthused
- Book: The Healing Kitchen
- 9:03 Joanna shares on Point #2: Embrace the template.
- Diagnosis: Hidradenitus Suppurativa
- Website: Joanna Frankham
- 15:03 Eileen shares on Point #3: Information is power.
- Diagnosis: Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Website: Phoenix Helix
- Podcast: Phoenix Helix Podcast
- Book: A Simple Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol
- 19:16 Erin shares on Point #4: Start simple.
- Diagnosis: Psoriasis, Psoriatic Arthritis and Raynaud’s Disease
- Website: Enjoying This Journey
- 23:55 Astrid shares on Point #5: Take it slow.
- Diagnosis: Ulcerative Colitis
- Website: Heal Me In The Kitchen
- 27:30 Dora shares on Point #6: Food is your friend.
- Diagnosis: Grave’s Disease
- Website: Provincial Paleo
- Ebook: The Little Cookbook of Gluten-Free Waffles
- 30:49 Bethany shares on Point #7: Set yourself up for success.
- Diagnosis: Uveitis, Spondyloarthritis, Endometriosis
- Website: Adventures in Partaking
- Ebook: AIP Safari
- 33:23 Kate shares on Point #8: Be a nutrient-seeker.
- Diagnosis: Hypothyroidism and Raynaud’s Disease
- Website: Healing Family Eats
- 36:54 Jo shares on Point #9: Food over supplements.
- Diagnosis: Psoriasis
- Website: Comfort Bites
- ￼Ebooks: Simple Autoimmune Paleo Comfort Food and Spice
- 40:04 Kat shares on Point #10: Don’t diet “harder.”
- Diagnosis: Psoriasis, Psoriatic Arthritis, and Endometriosis
- Website: The Primordial Table
- 43:20 Outro
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Check out the previous episode, Episode #16: Putting Together All the Steps of The Autoimmune Wellness Journey, and the next episode, Episode #18: Encore — The AIP Evolved Manifesto Part II. For the full podcast archive, click here.
I have a question on reintroduction that perhaps you can help to answer in an upcoming podcast. I have been AIP for the last 50+ days. During the AIP process, I discovered I am sensitive to Avocado, so I will start with that one first per the suggestions in Angie’s Alternative Auto-Immune Cookbook. If I am still sensitive to Avocado, perhaps I am not ready for phased re-intros. This is my theory at least because I never used to have (or at least be aware) that I was sensitive to Avos. BUT once I do start to reintroduce, how do you manage “spices” that have been omitted? Referring to Angie’s book, it also says 1/2 teaspoon, wait, etc. But do you do this with the spices too? For example do you take them straight or intro a little on top of “foods that are allowed”. Maybe this is a silly question…
Thanks for all that you do!
Hey Gretchen! You are on track with the avocado, although if you find you are still sensitive, it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t try other reintroductions… it just means that you still don’t tolerate the avocado! With the spices, you start with one spice at a time, working from the stages chart (so seed spices would be stage 1). You can mix them in with an otherwise AIP meal. You don’t want to mix them with other reintroductions – the reason being you won’t know what is affecting you, if you have a reaction. Good luck with your reintroduction process!
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Girls, I’ve missed you!! Its like meeting an old friend.. Listening in my kitchen prepping my lush lunch (liver, onions, garlic and lots of greens). Just wanted to give you a shout out for your glorious work. It can be such a lonely old place for those of us early on in our journey feeling rough.. But also recognising how far I’ve come, nodding along here to all the great advice and storing away good info for the future. A massive thank you from across the pond!! Wishing you love and light in your days today. XXX
You are so welcome Pamela! Thanks for listening!
Thanks for chiming in, we are so happy you enjoy and look for more in 2017! 🙂