AIP Resources

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AIP Resources – Where To Go For Help You Can Trust

 

Please refer all of your AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) questions to these bloggers.

In these times of internet overload, it can be hard to find bloggers and websites you can trust for healthy AIP recipes and information.  This is a list of people you can trust.  I have split the list up into recipe only and recipes plus information.  I also thought you might want to know if the writer dealt with a particular autoimmune disease or group of diseases.  These are all people I interact with on a daily basis.  They are all amazing women. Enjoy these AIP Resources.

Recipes Plus Information

The Paleo Mom Sarah Ballentyne, PhD  Autoimmune Disease: Lichen Planus    Information on all autoimmune

Gutsy By Nature   Jaime Lubich Hartmann Autoimmune Disease: Crohn’s Disease

Phoenix Helix  Eileen Laird   Autoimmune Disease: Rheumatoid Arthritis  Covers all autoimmune & has an amazing AIP Recipe Roundup every week.

Comfort Bites  Jo Romero

Provincial Paleo Dora  Autoimmune Disease: Grave’s Disease

Slightly Lost Girl   Mikaela  Autoimmune Disease: Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis

The Paleo Partridge  Martine Partridge   Autoimmune Disease: Crohn’s & IBD

Sweet Potatoes and Social Change    Samantha  Autoimmune Disease: Ulcerative Colitis

The Primordial Table   Kat Cline  Autoimmune Disease: Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis

Meatified    Rach    Autoimmune Disease: Hashimoto’s

A Squirrel in the Kitchen   Sophie Van Tiggelen   Autoimmune Disease: Hashimoto’s

Adventures In Partaking  Bethany Tapp  Autoimmune Disease: Spondylarthritis

Free Thought Farm   Alison Babitzke  Autoimmune Disease: Cell Activation Syndrome

The Bacon Mum   Emma  Autoimmune Disease: Rheumatoid Arthritis

Petra8 Paleo   Petra Chambers-Sinclair

This Sydney Life  Joanna Frankham

The Nutritionista  Kirstie Muttit  Autoimmune Disease: Hashimoto’s

Simple and Merry   Mary Lapp

The Primitive Homemaker   Tyler Evelyn Jack

Back Country Paleo   Susan Vennerholm

The Paleo PI   Rory Linehan   Autoimmune Disease: multiple symptoms

True North AIP  Venessa Colleran  Autoimmune Disease: Psoriasis, Raynaud’s, Chronic Lyme Disease

Beyond the Bite  Gabriella  Autoimmune Disease:  Chronic Lyme Disease

Heal Me In The Kitchen  Astrid Fox  Autoimmune Disease: Ulcerative Colitis

Whole Life Full Soul  Kari    Autoimmune Disease: Ankylosing Spondylitis

AIP Recipes 

Enjoying This Journey    Erin Journey

Healing Family Eats   Kate Jay

He Won’t Know It’s Paleo    Bre’anna Brooks Emmitt  Autoimmune Disease: Celiac & Hashimoto’s

Grazed and Enthused  Alaena Haber

Fresh Tart Stephanie Meyer Autoimmune Disease: hypothyroid

Sweet Treats  Laura Vein

Paleo Feest   Catharina Delmarcel   (Dutch)  Autoimmune Disease: Hashimotos

The Primitive Homemaker   Tyler Evelyn Jack

Empowered Sustenance  Lauren Geertsen  Autoimmune Disease: Ulcerative Colitis

Tara Perillo

Welcome all. I am Tara Perillo, herbalist, homeopath, yoga and fitness instructor, and healthy foodie . After successfully reaching remission of my lupus symptoms, through changes in my diet, exercise, and lifestyle, I wrote the ebook, Sickness To Fitness Quick Start Guide. I am also honored to have my paleo and AIP recipes featured in Paleo Magazine, Paleo Living Magazine, Shape Magazine Online, 85 Amazing AIP Breakfasts, The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook, and blogs by The Paleo Mom, Kris Kresser, Whole New Mom and many others. My focus is to help others become stronger in every facet of their lives. Join me to become stronger in health, mind, body, and spirit, together!

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6 Replies to “AIP Resources”

  1. Hello Tara,
    I notice all of your friends that have autoimmune issues, but do you have any that have done the AIP with Type 1 Diabetes? I have been a diabetic for over 46 years and didn’t even realize I had a autoimmune issue. I ‘ve tried the Dr. Myers detox program and lost 32lbs. and I feel so much better in my body and will continue to eat correctly and eliminate many of the foods on the AIP Paleo Food List. Do you have any individual blogs on Type 1 Diabetics that have tried the AIP? I’ve used cumin, anise, nutmeg, fennel, celery, coriander, dill, mustard seasonings in a few recipes on the Dr. Myers , could this be a reason I’m still feeling tired? and what do you think about supplements?

    1. Hi Angela, to be completely honest, I haven’t had any experience with anyone who has done the AIP with Type 1 Diabetes. But, I’m not a nutritionist, and I don’t take clients. Many of the nutritional practitioners who specialize in autoimmune issues, probably have more experience. I urge you to contact either Angie Alt or Mickey Trescott from http://autoimmune-paleo.com. They are both knowledgable about autoimmune nutrition. I personally follow the AIP according to Dr. Sarah Ballentyne, http://thepaleomom.com. Dr. Myers’ approach was much too lenient, in my opinion. As for supplements, I don’t take or believe in many. I take a powdered magnesium, and infusions from my doctor of B vitamins and vitamin D. I get most of my nutrients from food. Since you have Type 1 Diabetes, you really have to be careful. Dealing with experts will be critical to your health. Sorry I couldn’t be much help; but, since I don’t work as a certified nutrition therapist, I don’t want to advise you the wrong way. Good luck!
      I wish you lots of healing!
      Tara

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