What is the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol AIP | Day 1 What I ate on AIP

In today’s episode I explain what the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol (AIP diet) is and also what I ate for Day 1 breakfast and lunch. Neither breakfast nor lunch used …

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17 thoughts on “What is the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol AIP | Day 1 What I ate on AIP

  1. Your explanation of leaky gut was one of the most succinct and complete versions I've heard! It will help me explain it to others when they ask. Thanks!

  2. I dont like eating whole vegetables or blending whole veggies, but I can juice them and drink with no problem. Would that suffice?

  3. I’m not sure I’ve been doing aip now for 3 and a half weeks and I’m loosing hair like crazy. I’m not sure if this is a process or not. I have autoimmune thyroid, pcos, ibs, and endometriosis. So I know I have a lot of healing

  4. I tried AIP about a year ago and failed. I have my parents living with me, and my father and mother were pretty clear that they were not eating on the AIP diet, and since I was often working 10-12 hours a day, I was usually reliant on them to cook dinner, and a separate portion for me that was AIP compliant. More often then not, they didn't and I would have the option of trying to make something for myself when I got home or caving and eating what was already prepared. Being super hungry I usually caved. I'm determined to try again now, and do better.

  5. Started few weeks ago. So far so good. I’ve been searching for years on how to help my auto immune body. I’m in control for now. Happy!

  6. I am wanting to give this a try. I am tired of being in pain more days than not. I am curious how you do it with a family. Do you all eat the same or do you cook something different for you husband and cooks?

  7. Anyone ever wonder if autoimmune issues come from "vaccines", where they put "dead" viruses, bacteria, animal and fetal DNA into our BLOOD stream and then our body starts attacking……

  8. In my 8th week of AIP due to Hashimotos and inflammation that my Naturopath hopes we can find a cause for. The hardest thing for me when starting was the lack of sugary sweets! Made a batch of cookies made with Carob, Dates, mashed Banana, Coconut Flour – they were dry, but fine. Then I found Tiger Nut Flour! Made some Tiger Nut Butter (Tiger Nut Flour and Coconut Oil – added salt) and put it on top of those dry cookies along with some coconut cream – YUM!! Batch cooking and Planning makes it so much easier to do AIP! Still learning and taking care of me …

  9. Starting AIP tomorrow!! Happy to have found your videos! Only going to be eating local grass-fed/finished beef, bison and seafood on this to start. I think I have a problem with poultry and pork. I guess I will try to reintroduce them later.

  10. Yes my family did it in 2013. All 4 of us have mthfr (homo) and 3 have hashis. :/ AIP was very effective with symptoms. But we have since "gone off the wagon" and most symptoms are back. So I will probably start us back soon. (We are building a house currently so cooking and prep is a little difficult and kind of overwhelmed with staying organized and motivated right now. So I appreciate your honest "real" video the other day!!.) Thanks for sharing your journey.

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