The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast Episode #18: Encore – The AIP Evolved Manifesto Part II

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We are so grateful for all your positive feedback and interest in our very first podcast season! We created this podcast as a free resource to accompany our new book,The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook: A DIY Guide to Living Well with Chronic Illness.

Episode #18: Encore – The AIP Evolved Manifesto Part II is another 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. Once again, 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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Check out the previous episode, Episode #17: Encore — The AIP Evolved Manifesto Part I. For the full podcast archive, click here.

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.


  • pamela Clark says

    Another cracker…. Hope you girls have some rest planned after all your busy business!! Selfishly I’d love to hear your dulcit tones again… So useful, inspiring and supportive. X

    • Angie Alt says

      Thanks so much Pamela!! Stay tuned. We aren’t able to chill out for long. 😉

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Thanks Pamela!

  • Sheila says

    Recently purchased the Autoimmune Wellness Workbook on Amazon and look forward to using it daily. I enjoyed these podcast and find them very helpful and reassuring that I am not alone. I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s a few years ago and have been trying to reduce my TPO antibodies by adjusting my lifestyle. I really hope you decide on doing a season 2. Thanks for all of your support and encouragement. I need it!

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  • Maria Wadsworth says

    Hi there, do you happen to do any support groups for the one that want to do AIP cold turkey?? I was going to join the other group but I feel like i can do AIP cold turkey but still have tons of questions and I feel like I could still use the support. Kinda nervous!!

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hi Maria! Sorry, but I don’t know about a group like this. Most of us are advocating slow and steady, like Angie’s program SAD to AIP in SIX. Wishing you luck!

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