Marina McCathie - I´m blown away by how much my skin has improved!
Marley Morgan - I feel great these days!
Neamah Smith - My eczema is gone!
Neda Abbas - Summer is here and for the first time in 7 years, I´m looking forward to it!
PS - I´m on my way to total healing!
Rich Hosking - My rosacea is gone!
Sam Chinn - Baby eczema
Shannon Rubicam - I feel wonderful!
Sharonne Lanier Isaac - We weathered the detox storm!
Sue Louie - Skin discoloration has vanished!
The Anderson Family - Bethany -child eczema
Uzma Naqvi - My daughter is eczema free!
Vina Sanchez - My prayers were answered!
Yolanda Eckerty - My daughter is going to second grade with healthy skin!
Paleo & Paleo Auto Immune Protocol Healing Diet Complete Reference List
Paleo Diet FAQ: Answers to 267 Paleo Questions
Paleo Websites and Blogs
Paleo Auto Immune Protocol
About Sarah Ballantyne; Medical Researcher, creator of The Auto Immune Protocol Diet, Suffered From Eczema/Psoriasis & Healed, Author Of Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease & Heal Your Body
Sarah Ballantyne: My Journey to Health: From Low-Carb to Paleo to the Autoimmune Protocol
Modifying Paleo to Treat Eczema & Psoriasis by Sarah Ballantyne
Comparison of 3 Healing Diets
My Favorite Autoimmune Paleo Resources
THE BEST DIET FOR AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE by Micky Trescott, Nutritional Therapy Practioner, Chef & Author of The Auto Immune Cookbook
Introducing the Paleo Autoimmune Bloggers
Autoimmune Paleo: How to get started
The First Clinical Trial Using a Paleo Diet for Autoimmune Disease
Autoimmune Paleo Resources
AIP: An Elimination Diet for Autoimmune Disease
AIP Grocery List (also appropriate for GAPS)
A Starting Point for AIP
Autoimmune Paleo Print Out Guides of Foods To Avoid & Include
Breakfast Inspiration for the AIP
Do I Have To Do The Full AIP?
Gluten Free Cross Reactivity (how your body still may think you’re eating gluten, even though you’re gluten free)
Grocery Shopping for the AIP
How Do I know If I Have An Autoimmune Disease?
How Long Is AIP Going To Take?!
Reintroducing Foods on the AIP
Spices on the Autoimmune Protocol
The Nightshade Free Survival Guide
The Top 5 Mistakes People Make On AIP
The Whys Behind The Autoimmune Protocol: Eggs
The Whys Behind The Autoimmune Protocol: Nightshades
The Whys Behind The Autoimmune Protocol: Nuts & Seeds
Whole30 Shopping Lists for Autoimmune Paleo, Low FODMAPs and Low Histamine
It Starts With Food: This New York Times Bestselling book is the template for a 30 day program called the Whole30. You can read more about what exactly a Whole30 is here. Chapter 21 of It Starts with Food specifically covers how to complete a successful Whole30 while also following the Autoimmune Protocol.
The Paleo Approach: This is the best compilation of information on Autoimmune Paleo out there! It covers everything from the science behind autoimmune diseases, to the logic behind the Autoimmune Protocol and then how to implement it within your own life and trouble shoot any problems as they arise. Take a peek at my review of The Paleo Approach here. Later this year, the companion The Paleo Approach Cookbook will be released, too!
The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook: This is the first Autoimmune Paleo cookbook ever to be printed! Not only is it packed full of recipes, but it’s also got extra resources like meal plans and shopping lists. You can also check out the earlier ebook version here
Auto Immune Protocol Websites:
A Clean Plate: Christina’s site is a treasure trove of delicious recipes that prove that a restricted or adapted diet doesn’t have to mean being deprived of food that is both pleasurable and nutritious!
Alternative Autoimmune: This site is run by a health coach, which means it has all kinds of juicy information on Autoimmune Paleo and living with Autoimmune challenges, in addition to some tasty recipes. I especially like Angie’s adaptations of traditional holiday menus like Christmas and Thanksgiving.
Autoimmune Paleo: Mickey is the author of the very first Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, not to mention a personal chef! She uses AIP to manage two different Autoimmune diseases – Hashimoto’s and Celiac. Her website is packed full of easy recipes that embrace the variety you can find within the Autoimmune protocol rather than the restrictions. You can take a peek at The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook in hardcover here or take a look at the original ebook version here.
AIP Lifestyle: Jessica is a Clinical Nutritionist and her site is GORGEOUS. Most importantly for me – since I’m somewhat food obsessed – is that her recipes are a) awesome and b) beautiful. If you thought you couldn’t have BBQ Chicken or an AIP Gravy, Jessica will show you how you CAN, while still being AIP compliant.
Chowstalker: This Paleo recipe sharing site has its own Autoimmune Paleo category – it’s a great place to go to get inspired about what you CAN eat!
Gutsy By Nature: Not everything here is AIP, but all the recipes are clearly marked when they are suitable. Jaime is using Paleo to heal her Crohn’s disease and you can read more about her here.
My Big Fat Grain Free Life: If a self confessed “gluten loving Italian” can go grain free without throwing in the towel and yelling “Fugettaboutit!”, then there’s hope for the rest of us! Jen has great approachable recipes and shares her AIP journey honestly & openly.
Phoenix Helix: Eileen is quite the AIP Authority! She writes about all aspects of living while following the Autoimmune Protocol and she’s also the Autoimmune Ambassador over on Chowstalker! She hosts the weekly AIP Recipe Roundtable at her site, so you should definitely check that out for inspiration.
The Paleo Mom: Sarah has only ended up at the bottom of this list because it’s in alphabetical order! She’s a powerhouse of knowledge about Autoimmune Paleo and makes the science behind it accessible and understandable: that’s no mean feat! She’s also the author of the definitive guide to Autoimmune Paleo – her newly released book The Paleo Approach.
Paleo Success Stories
Success Stories of The Paleo Auto Immune Protocol on Paleo Mom
Success Stories of Paleo Auto Immune Protocol on Phoenix Helix
Success Stories on Mark’s Daily Apple
Sucess Stories on Robb Woff
Success Stories on Paleo Non Paleo
Cause of Eczema, Food Sensitivities, Role of Nutrition & The Importance of Gut Health for Eczema
Causes of Eczema
Causes of Eczema
Eczema and Inflammation: The Cause and The Cure
5 Natural Ways to Treat Eczema
Radiant, Healthy Skin Is a Reflection of Optimum Internal Health
Skin Health, Eczema, and Preventative Strategies by Chris D. Meletis, ND, Dean of Naturopathic Medicine/Chief Medical Officer NCNM and Jason Barker, ND
So my boyfriend and I read this book called “wheat belly” and it’s about gluten and how it’s completely horrible for you. The wheat our parents grew up on is nothing like it is today, genetically modified and in the book dr. Davis calls wheat “frankenwheat” which is hilarious.
Something that stuck out to me is that “whole grain toast on the glycemic index is 72 and a snickers bar is 41..” (Page 34). A goddamn snickers bar is lower in sugar than a flipping piece of whole wheat toast and white toast was 69 on the GI.
And what’s sugar mean? More insulin! (Page35)
“The higher the blood glucose after comsumption of food, the greater the insulin level, the more fat deposited.” And “white two slices of whole wheat bread increases blood glucose to high levels, triggering insulin and growth of fat..”and so on..
Jason and I decided to cut out wheat for several months last year, got a gym member ship, and even started doing yoga
I started out at 158 at 5’4
And jay started at 200 5’10
I am down around 34 lbs, granted now I’ve evened out and I’m around 126 now. Jay went alllllll the way down to 165!
We of now (dec10) we are not on any diet but once next year happens we can start up again!
If anyone has questions or comments id love to hear from ya!
:)) have an amazing night guys!!