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Why Can Some People Eat Junk Food Without Getting Sick?

Why Can Some People Eat Junk Food Without Getting Sick? Healing diets like the autoimmune protocol or paleo diet can produce wonderful results, but there is no denying that the transition from the standard American diet is hard. It takes time for our pallets to change, for our cravings to

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5 Tips for Healthier Sleep

I believe that sleep is the most valuable commodity of adulthood; because lets face it we are a population of people in need of a nap. Sleeping has always been an issue for me. In high school, I stayed up too late and got up too early and always wound

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Has Contemporary Medicine Made Us Lazy?

A 30 year old female who has been a vegetarian for over a decade complains of chronic fatigue and is put on a prescription sleep aid and antidepressants. A 50 year old woman who is on the standard American diet is overweight and complains of joint pain, allergies, and skin

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My Favorite AIP Posts of 2014

2014 has been an exciting year for me. It began with renewed health after having finished 2013 starting the autoimmune protocol and was followed by an awesome whirlwind of connecting with an amazing AIP community and learning more about life with an autoimmune disease and the year has ended with

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Reversing Autoimmune Disease: What that Means to Me

Later this fall I will reach my one year anniversary of following the autoimmune protocol. At this point last year I had been in an acute flare for about two months and my health was starting to rapidly deteriorate. I’ve been thinking about last fall a lot recently. I remember

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

Hi, I'm Jesse

I empower women autoimmune warriors to reclaim their health by teaching each woman how to make the right food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.

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