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My AIP Menu for the Week of 11/16/14

Time in continuing to fly by at my house. Last week was filled with lots of opportunities to celebrate new beginnings and after all of that excitement we are back to the reality of packing, unpacking, the hubby finishing grad school classes, writing papers and presenting projects and getting ready

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My AIP Menu for the Week of 11/2/14

  Last week I decided on a whim to put up my menu plan for the week and you all seemed to really enjoy it. I know how challenging menu planning can be especially in the beginning when you are lacking recipes and inspiration. So, I am going to try

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My AIP Menu for the Week of 10/26/14

Menu planning is a big piece of living the AIP lifestyle. Whether you’re eating at home on a normal weekday night or going out of town everything needs to be planned ahead of time or else you will get caught with nothing cooked and no easy convenience foods and you

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Paleo Turkey Lunch Wraps

I‘ll be honest, I have trouble with paleo lunches. Breakfast… easy. Dinner….easy. Lunch…. help! We live in a culture where lunch is generally grain based in some fashion. Sandwiches, tortilla wraps, burgers and fries… or there are salads. I have never been a big salad fan and being paleo hasn’t

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Sweet Potatoes and Social Change Avocado, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

Avocado, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

This recipe was actually one of the very first recipes I tried upon becoming paleo. It is a fantastic lunch recipe. My best friend and I were living together when I first began my paleo journey and I remember her coming home on her break one day and asking, “what

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

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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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