Tag : AIP

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You know those days when you NEED chocolate and in particular chocolate pudding?! Whelp that is me today.  This week was the one in my antibiotic cycle (for Lyme treatment) where I take the most antibiotics.  Needless to say this gives my body a blow and some chocolate pudding will help.  Just because.  I can’t …
Doing this AIP (Autoimmune Protocal) diet wears on me sometimes.  It just isn’t easy!  I’ve been following this diet for around 6 months now.  For the most part I roll with it and have accepted that how I feel now from eating this way is SO worth not having the ease of eating that I …
Okay, so Alaena Haber over at the blog Grazed and Enthused is brilliant!  I’ve tried some of her AIP friendly recipes and am always pleased w/ the results but her Prosciutto Strombolli is AMAZING good!  My husband loves them.  I mean, singing praises loves them.  Instead of the Prosciutto, for his I add sliced turkey meat. …
Sweet happiness!  I found another AIP friendly snack!  One that I can eat straight out of the bag too.  This is big!  What is it?  TigerNuts.  Have you heard of them?  They are actually not nuts but small root vegetables.  They are quite crunchy and have a taste similar to sunflower seeds.  The bag of …
Happy Happy Friday!  I have come across a couple awesome sites and wanted to share with you guys. The first is called Barefoot Provisions.  It is a great go to for ordering paleo (& AIP-yay!) snacks, nut butters, flour and the like.  I like how I can simply go to this website and order a …
It is hard to find food products that don’t contain nasty preservatives and stabilizers.  If you like coconut milk, I’ve found a couple brands that don’t contain the ingredients guar gum & carageenan.  Find out more about these ingredients and why I choose to avoid food products that contain them here. The coconut milk that …
I’ve been working hard towards healing the inflammation in my gut w/ the hope that it will put my Grave’s disease in remission!  If not that, at least reduce some of my symptoms.  I’ve been following the AIP diet which is a more restrictive form of Paleo. So many easy choices for my meals are …
There are a few food items that are super handy to have in my pantry or refrigerator for my Autoimmune Protocal Diet (AIP).  This is either due to their being ingredients in most of my recipes or to have around for snacking.  They are: 1.  Coconut Oil 2.  Coconut Flour 3.  Plantains 4.  Epic Bison …
There are some autoimmune diet food bloggers that are creative geniuses!  I am grateful for them; for they are making my journey towards getting healthier much less dramatic!  I’ve included below a couple recipes that are my go to that are super tasty! The Primitive Homemaker/AIP Italian Herb Breadsticks Grazed and Enthused/ Bacon-Herb Biscuits (Seriously-Amazing!) …
  I’ve been using Bob’s Red Mill Toasted Carob Powder as a chocolate substitute when I have a craving.  Which is almost daily!  The AIP diet that I am on does not allow chocolate.  SAD FACE.  But, the carob powder has been a saving grace for me! Carob comes from a pod of a tree that …
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