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

Prosciutto-Wrapped Salmon with Lemon and Herbs

You’re going to love this salmon recipe, not only because it has so much flavor but also because it’s so unbelievably quick to make. In fact it’s one of those meals that looks like you’ve gone to far more effort than you really have. The prosciutto will protect the salmon from the heat of the oven, so what you get is a beautifully tender fillet ...

Kristin’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Rheumatoid Arthritis in Minneapolis

  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 ...

Basil Pesto Chicken with Roasted Veggies

  I’ve raved before about how much I love basil. And I think I say that every time I publish a recipe with basil in it. But I usually use it in unexpected, sweet applications – ice cream and beverages being two of my favorite. So it was long past time I embrace probably its most popular preparation, pesto! Basil Pesto Chicken with Roasted Veggies ...

How to Work Yourself Down When You’ve Worked Yourself Up

Everyone’s experience with autoimmune disease is different, but I’ve found that nearly all my clients report dealing with a bit of a roller coaster effect when it comes to their health. There are countless dramatic swings inherent in navigating the autoimmune journey. One week/month/season we experience mental clarity, feeling like our symptoms are well-managed and we’re on the right track, and then, BOOM! Within a ...

Green Chicken Zoodle Bowl

  Using a spiralizer to make “zoodles” is a great way to create more surface area and try some new textures when cooking for the Autoimmune Protocol. This flavorful dish comes together in less than 30 minutes and is a favorite in our house for a batch-cooked lunch. My bulk process looks like prepping a big batch of the zoodles and dressing, cooking the chicken, ...

Are You Getting Enough Nutrients on AIP?

Summary and Key Points Nutrient deficiencies can result from insufficient intake, impaired digestion or absorption, problems with transport, impaired assimilation and states of over-utilization. It takes a methodical approach to assess the root causes behind a nutrient deficiency in order to apply the most effective therapy to rectify it. Supplementation is not always the optimal or correct solution. While insufficient intake is the most common ...

AIP Chicken Alfredo

  Meriam-Webster’s definition for “Alfredo” is: a sauce for pasta incorporating butter, cream, garlic, and parmesan cheese. Sooooooo basically nothing that an AIP upholder can have. What if I told you this “Alfre-no” is sure to bring any Italian food lover some real satisfaction? Instead of milk, butter and cheese, fool your tastebuds with creamy coconut milk and the tangy, cheese-like combo of garlic and ...

How Does Autoimmune Wellness Make Money, and What Are Our Policies?

We want to address a side of blogging that a lot of bloggers don’t want to talk about, and that a lot of readers aren’t aware of… how do we make money, and what are our policies about it? We decided it was time to help our community understand our business model at Autoimmune Wellness and how we make decisions when it comes to promotions ...