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The Definitive Guide to AIP Bone Broth

Bone broth. I recently realized that it is no longer accurate to say that bone broth is “having a moment.” Of course, that has always been true! The idea of making a long-simmered broth or stock from bones and other scraps and then using it as both a culinary ingredient and health-promoting tool as been […]

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Chicken & Mushroom Kebabs – from AIP By Seasons

There are so many compelling reason to eat with the seasons, but at the top of the list for me is flavor! These mushroom and chicken kebabs are my contribution to an exciting new collaborative AIP cookbook that I know you are going to love, whether you are a summer baby like me who longs […]

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30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP

We’ve all been there… it’s almost dinner time and you have a refrigerator full of ingredients and need them to magically turn themselves into food PRONTO. You know you need a full meal (a can of tuna fish eaten over the sink just isn’t going to cut it) and it sure would be nice if […]

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Toasted Coconut Salmon from Made Whole

Wild-caught salmon is one of the most nutrient dense proteins you can choose and this recipe is fast to make and has a rich and savory topping that is turns it into a perfect meal for entertaining, or just indulging yourself on a typical week day. This AIP-compliant dish is from a brand new cookbook […]

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Pesto Frozen Yogurt from Zesty Scoop

If you have an ice cream maker shoved in the back of a cupboard somewhere, it is time to get it out and dust it off. This recipe for a dairy free savory Pesto Frozen Yogurt is just a teaser to whet your appetite for a totally unique and creative cookbook, appropriately called Zesty Scoop, […]

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How can an AIP Coach help you?

First of all, don’t let anyone convince you that you MUST have a practitioner or coach in order to be successful on the Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) or any other healing diet. The beautiful thing about using food and lifestyle as medicine is that it doesn’t require a prescription and is a treatment that you […]

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The Autoimmune Healing Intensive 2018

When it comes to autoimmune disease, the only thing we know for certain is that everything is uncertain. There is no way to know which medications, which dietary protocols, or even which lifestyle changes provide healing benefits, until you actually try them for yourself. I know this frustrating reality from my personal experience of living […]

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My Favorite New Cookbooks for the Paleo Lifestyle 2016 (plus a GIVEAWAY!)

2016 is almost over, which means it is time to unveil my top 10 list of favorite paleo cookbooks of the year! It’s no secret that I’m a cookbook addict. I have even been known to take them to bed with me… yes, I read them like novels. If I’m truly honest with myself, I […]

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Store Bought Bone Broth – When you don’t want to make your own!

Store bought bone broth? Just a couple of years ago the only way to consume the nourishing concoction some call the “elixir of life” was to make it yourself. Today there is a dizzying array of options, both in stores and by mail order, making it easy for anyone to add this healing food to their […]

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Green Breakfast Soup from The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook

Breakfast soup¬†may seem like an odd choice to some, but in fact it is a common dish in cultures around the world. A humble bowl of soup is nourishing, satisfying, and quick¬†– all features busy people appreciate for that first meal of the day – and can be easily made to conform to the requirements […]