Packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients, this soup has a wonderful balance of sweet and savory flavors. This recipe uses simple ingredients, and is completely AIP compliant. If you aren’t following AIP, a little bit of red curry powder wouldn’t hurt either! I am a soup-for-breakfast type of girl, so I love to eat this soup in the morning!
Having chips and dip doesn’t have to be a thing of the past on paleo, or even AIP! Guacamole is an easy, delicious, and super nutritious condiment that can be used as a dip, spread, or filling. My personal favourite is with (or on top of) baked salmon. Plantain chips are also a great paleo/AIP chip option to use for dipping, and veggies work great too!
Have you heard of the autoimmune protocol(AIP)? It is a diet based on managing autoimmune conditions, but just because you don’t have an autoimmune condition doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from this way of eating. Many people find relief from skin conditions, digestive issues, and other more minor health challenges from the autoimmune protocol. You can read here about my success with AIP in treating my own acne! Read on to learn how AIP works and how you can get started!
I love my squash soups! They are super easy to make and one of my favourite in-season winter dishes. Acorn squash is a great source of ‘safe starches’ suitable for both Paleo and the autoimmune protocol (AIP). This recipe is also completely AIP compliant!
A hot bowl of this stew is the perfect meal for a cold January day. This recipe was inspired by a stew my mom often cooks for family dinners. My version contains no grains, legumes, or nightshades so it is suitable for those following both paleo and the autoimmune protocol (AIP). A great way to add some extra nutrients to your diet after the stress of the holidays!