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AIP Halloween Fun (that doesn’t include candy)

Halloween is going to look differently this year – no trick-or-treating, parties, or gatherings – BUT that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun! So, when the holiday is traditionally centered around candy how can you make it Autoimmune Protocol friendly? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with some of

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Having a Social Life on AIP: COVID Edition

EDIT: This post was originally created before the COVID-19 Pandemic. I have since updated this post with social activities that can be done at a distance. Many of these tips can still be implemented while practicing social distancing. Remaining safely connected while social distancing is important for our overall emotional

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AIP Modifications for IBD Flare

Let’s be real flare ups of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are the actual worst. You’re suddenly forced to stay within running distance to your toilet, see scary symptoms like blood and mucus, and often experience painful cramping, loss of sleep, weight loss, dehydration… You get the picture.  While the elimination-phase

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Reintroducing Foods on AIP

The elimination-phase of the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) isn’t meant to last forever. The end goal is always to have the most diverse, nutrient dense way of eating possible. The purpose of elimination is to hit the “reset” button on your body. This process of eliminating any irritating or inflammatory foods

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Diet vs. Protocol: What’s the Difference?

di·et noun  a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons. verb  restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight. Which of these definitions resonates with you the most? The word “diet” conjures up

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Diet vs. Protocol: What’s the Difference?

di·et noun  a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons. verb  restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight. Which of these definitions resonates with you the most? The word “diet” conjures up

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Paleo taco seasoning recipe

“Ultimate” AIP Taco Seasoning

  I have to profess something to you: I. Love. Tacos. I always have. I even used to fry my own taco shells back in the day. So imagine my heartbreak after removing nightshades from my diet and having to say “goodbye” to the spicy, saucy tacos I loved. Do

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Zesty Summer Salad

Whenever the summer time rolls around I find myself craving fresh and bright flavors. Maybe because it’s been so hot & humid here, but the thought of a crisp, cold salad makes my mouth water. But when traditional summer salad fixin’s like tomatoes, peppers, and cheese are eliminated, what can

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Easy AIP Lemon Vinaigrette

I love an easy salad dressing or vinaigrette. I’ll use them as a marinade for chicken, dressing for a veggie salad, or flavor booster in a tuna salad. They are such a easy and versatile way to bump up the flavor of just about anything you’re making. I like to

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What is AIP?

The Autoimmune Protocol is an elimination and reintroduction protocol that has been specifically designed to help those with autoimmune disease determine their food sensitivities, reverse nutrient deficiencies, balance their gut flora, and heal their bodies.  AIP happens in three phases: the elimination-phase, the maintenance-phase, and the reintroduction-phase. The elimination-phase involves

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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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