The Blog

Stay up to date with all of the latest AIP compliant recipes, articles, and other resources on living well with autoimmune disease

The Blog

Stay up to date with all of the latest AIP compliant recipes, articles, and other resources on living well with autoimmune disease

AIP Certified Coach Spotlight: Sarah Deavitt

  Ever since our first cohort of coaches graduated from our AIP Certified Coach Practitioner Training Program, we’ve been watching with pride and excitement as they bring the AIP to the traditional healthcare landscape. Our AIP Certified Coach Spotlight features give you a look at what it means to be an AIP coach, and what you can expect when working with one as part of your ...

Green Gazpacho

Gazpacho is a type of soup that originated in Spain. In its most original form, it is made from tomatoes, stale bread, garlic, olive oil and vinegar. The most well-known characteristic of a gazpacho is that it is a cold soup made from blending raw vegetables. Nowadays there are lots of variations of gazpacho and some of the vegetables used include avocados, cucumbers, peppers, strawberries ...

Cindy’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Hashimoto’s in Virginia

  AIP Kitchen Tour is a monthly feature in which we profile a member of the AIP community and their kitchen setup in hopes that it will further inspire us to get our kitchens organized and set up for success! We’ve interviewed folks who are making the AIP lifestyle a reality in everything from college dorms and small city apartments, to large households with non-AIP family members, and everything in between. Through these ...

Garlic Shrimp Guacamole

  AIP or not, this twist on an old fave is sure to be a crowd pleaser! A fun dish at any Cinco de Mayo celebration, I’ve enjoyed this guacamole as an appetizer, a side item and even paired it with a starch to make it a main meal. Note: the “tortilla” pictured is an AIP plantain wrap and the recipe can be found here. ...

AIP Stories of Recovery: Camrey’s Recovery from Antiphospholipid Syndrome and Adenomyosis

AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the different health challenges that are being overcome by folks just like themselves on the same path. At Autoimmune Paleo we hope you’ll be inspired by, ...

Apple Beet Burgers with Parsnip Fries and Horseradish Spread

Have you fired up your grill yet this year? The spring weather is still unpredictable but it’s been a nice treat to smell dinners cooking on decks and backyards in my neighborhood recently. Typical beef burgers can sometimes feel a little ho-hum on AIP. They’re easy to make, but without the buns or fixings, they can feel unsatisfying. These burgers don’t feel that way at ...

Adding AIP to the Toolkit: The Impact on One Physician’s Autoimmune Patients

This post comes to us from Smitha Nair, M.D., board-certified Family Physician, Functional Medicine Practitioner and AIP Certified Coach who has lots of experience working with patients who have autoimmune disease. Her approach to supporting these autoimmune patients has evolved significantly throughout her career, and in her guest post, Dr. Nair tells us about the differences she’s noticed in her patients’ autoimmune health since she ...

AIP Pizza Dough

Traditional pizza is a trifecta of ingredients that cause a lot of us serious issues… gluten, dairy, and nightshades! You definitely don’t need any of those three ingredients to make a delicious pizza though, and today I’m going to show you how to use my AIP pizza dough base to create your own tasty meal. Don’t be scared off by using yeast in this recipe ...