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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

Big News: The Nutritional Therapy Association Announces Changes to the NTP/NTC programs!

Not a nutritional therapy practitioner or someone interested in becoming one? This blog post is likely not relevant for you. We have a large practitioner and practitioner-to-be base in our audience, and we thought this news was worth sharing some thoughts on. This week, The Nutritional Therapy Association (the school where both Angie and Mickey obtained their certifications) announced they are making a big change ...

Apple Pork Medallions

  There is just something about the combination of apples and pork when the air gets crisp, and nature shows off its colors in a vibrant display. Apple Pork Loin Medallions stir up for me all the nostalgia I feel around autumn — memories of giant piles of leaves to jump in, bright blue skies, the golden-orange tunnel created by the maple trees lining my ...

More AIP IBD Medical Study Results

Well, it’s happened again folks!! Just like we are every time amazing AIP medical study results come in, we are absolutely beside ourselves at Autoimmune Wellness. The results of a second AIP medical study on the Autoimmune Protocol and inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis) are out, published by the journal, Current Developments in Nutrition, and available for everyone to read for free! If ...

Instant Pot Moroccan Apricot Chicken

  This Moroccan Chicken is a quick, flavorful meal for you to easily prepare in your Instant Pot! It makes the perfect addition to a weeknight or batch-cooking routine. Our family likes it best served over cauliflower rice, but you can also use it to top spiralized or mashed root vegetables. If you are looking to get ahead with a recipe that keeps well in ...

Perfectionism: A Pitfall to Healing

The bewilderment of confusing symptoms, the weeks and months it can take to pin down a coherent diagnosis, the frustration when something disrupts what tenuous balance you’d been able to find in your health the day or week before… no matter which autoimmune disease you are managing, the uncertainty in the healing process can be the most challenging thing about it. Uncertainty of any kind ...

Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, and Dates

  Simple, sweet, and savory. I can’t think of a better combination than bacon and Brussels sprouts. Add dates and you’re in business. Sometimes it’s nice to just throw stuff onto a baking sheet, into the oven, and call it good. I liken this dish to a nutrient-dense, deconstructed bacon wrapped date. Brussels sprouts are rich in fat-soluble vitamin K which is essential in bone ...

Introducing Knew Health: Medical Cost Sharing

  Disclaimer: Medical cost sharing is not health insurance. This article is meant to share my personal experience using medical cost sharing and should be used for information only. Health care decisions are not to be taken lightly, and I recommend you thoroughly do your research into your needs and options before making a decision. My history with chronic illness and health insurance Like many ...

“Pozole” Verde

  For twelve years, I lived in Arizona, where authentic Mexican food was within three feet of me at any one time. Oh, friend.  That food was a-MA-zing. The homemade tortillas! The (very) hot salsas! The margaritas! (Ahem.) When I am creating recipes, I often try to recreate what I knew once upon a time. But to get a good Pozole Verde, you need pozole ...