If you’re missing flavor on the AIP you’re going to want to check out this amazing collection of recipes!
“All of the recipes have an Indian element but the recipes are greatly influenced by other international dishes/cuisines, making this cookbook globally attractive! Whether you are new to AIP or have tried AIP before, this 296 pages cookbook with full page color photographs for every recipe, will make AIP more enjoyable and exciting for you!”
IN THIS COOKBOOK YOU’LL FIND: 8 Flatbread Recipes, Tandoori Chicken Pizza, Green Chutney Baked Fish, Butter Chicken, Fried Calamari, Fish Tikka Masala, Kheema Samosas, Naan, Mango Pie, Saffron Ice to name a few.
Some of the recipes have AIP reintroductions suggestions and most are Whole 30 compliant too. It’s available in print or as an e-book. Check out the complete recipe index on Indira’s website – Cook 2 Nourish, just follow the link below!
Dr. Sarah Ballantyne spent 6 years researching the gut microbiome, building a new diet from the ground up based on optimizing gut health, unveiling 20 keys to gut health, and discovering over 60 gut health superfoods!
But, what does a gut health diet like in practice? Dr. Sarah wrote The Gut Health Cookbook to be your launching point towards dietary tweaks to better support your gut microbiome!
This 400+ page e-cookbook delivers:
180+ recipes featuring gut health superfoods
20 keys to gut health summary
Why’s behind all 61 gut health superfoods
Food lists for gut health
Tips for storing vegetables and fruits
and so much more!
This is not just a cookbook of vegetable side dishes and salads! There are breakfasts, breads, muffins, snacks, appetizers, soups, over 30 dessert recipes (yes, desserts that are good for the gut microbiome!) and over 65 of the recipes are main dishes or one-pot meals!
“You made it through the elimination period of the autoimmune protocol (AIP) diet, but now what? The Autoimmune Protocol Reintroduction Cookbook shows you how to successfully implement and track the reintroduction of inflammatory foods through all four stages with appropriate recipes and food lists.
The AIP diet is quickly gaining ground as the top health-supportive diet for autoimmune conditions. To follow this elimination diet, inflammatory foods are removed for 30–90 days. After the elimination period, the foods are then reintroduced in four stages to see if they can be tolerated. While eliminating foods can be daunting, the reintroduction phase of the diet is the most anxiety-provoking and failure-prone part of the process for AIP followers. Each stage of the reintroduction must be done methodically and carefully so that an autoimmune flare is not triggered.
AIP Certified Coach Kate Jay of the popular blog Healing Family Eats eases the challenge of reintroduction by guiding you step by step through every stage.
Along with the recipes and food lists, she offers best practices and troubleshooting advice, including how to handle an unsuccessful food reintroduction and when the next stage can be introduced.
Let The Autoimmune Protocol Reintroduction Cookbook be your reassuring companion as you take the next step in your AIP journey.”
The Gutsy By Nature Meal Prep Method and the Follow-Up AIP Done-For-You Prep Plan is the answer for those struggling to find enough time to cook nourishing AIP meals! This resource for Meal Prep makes a daunting task easier and gives you the tools you need to succeed!
Check it out – training, shopping lists, directions and recipes to create great compliant meals!
Get everything you need to jump-start your healing with the Autoimmune Protocol today!
When I started the AIP I wasn’t sure which resource was THE right one! There was so much conflicting information out there that I was confused and didn’t buy anything for fear it was the wrong one.
FEAR NO MORE Friends … this is THE one! THE handbook for the AIP from THE doctor who pioneered the protocol. Don’t hesitate – you’ve found it! This is it!
The Autoimmune Protocol e-book was created by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD to provide you with an accessible, practical-focused AIP resource.
This all-in-one guide delivers:
3oo+ pages of quick-access information on the AIP
4 weeks of meal plans with shopping lists
over 80 family-friendly recipes, all 100% AIP!
automatic updates, delivered directly to you!
and so much more!
WHY AN E-BOOK?
With The Autoimmune Protocol e-book, you’ll never be left out of the loop on updates to the AIP again! You’ll get instant access to updates to the protocol, via revisions to the e-book accessed through your account! And, just to make sure you know to look for them, you’ll be e-mailed every time updates are available!
TIP: If you prefer something printed – choose the sections you want a hard copy of and have them printed by a local office supplies store (I personally just printed the protocol and not the recipes)
You may wish to purchase The Paleo Mom Collection instead (and save money down the road) … it contains the AIP e-book but takes it to the next level so you’re ready to move on to Paleo as well (that’s the goal for all of us – less restriction and a personalized Paleo / Paleo-AIP lifestyle). PLUS it includes the Go-To-Bed e-book because quality sleep is soooo important on your healing journey.
Eating for both nutrient density and the Autoimmune Protocol has never been so easy thanks to The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen!
In The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen, Mickey teaches you everything you need to know about eating like a nutrivore. You’ll start with a comprehensive tour of nutrients that are essential for both optimal health and deep healing. You’ll also get an overview of Autoimmune Protocol details, some creative ideas for affordably sourcing the highest-quality and most nutrient-dense ingredients, and tips for setting up your kitchen to cook whole foods.
In addition to the recipes you’ll find five sets of meal plans and shopping lists to quick-start your approach to eating for nutrient density. The seasonal meal plans focus on ingredients that are at their peak ripeness and availability in the spring or fall seasons, while the budget meal plan incorporates recipes with an eye for affordability.
“The Autoimmune Protocol Diet is gaining attention as the top health-supportive diet for the 50 million people suffering from autoimmune conditions; however living the AIP way can feel confusing and overwhelming.
You may have no idea where to start and are overwhelmed by the seemingly endless list of foods to avoid and strict guidelines to adhere to — the reality is that you can do the AIP diet easily (and deliciously!)
Written by popular AIP blogger, Sophie Van Tiggelen, of A Squirrel in the Kitchen, The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook distills the complicated science and diet tenets found in other AIP books down to most practical, actionable, “need-to-know” information in the form of diet guidelines, 100 recipes, shopping lists, as well as simple tools and strategies for doing the AIP diet successfully.
This book makes AIP clear and understandable with short, succinct explanations of the different AIP approaches and 100 AIP-compliant recipes that are inventive and delicious — and don’t make you feel like you are eating on a restricted diet.”
If you’re into batch cooking or want to get started this is a great resource. You’ll find out what dishes work well for freezing and reheating which means you can get meals on the table quickly even on your busiest days.
120+ AIP freezer cooking recipes included for every meal of the day, with sections devoted to Breakfast, Appetizers & Snacks, Soups & Stews, Casseroles, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, and even Desserts!
https://aiprecipecollection.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Freezer-Cooking.jpg967768Gail Shanklandhttps://aiprecipecollection.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/AIP-RC-LOGO-CLEAR-1500x515.pngGail Shankland2018-08-20 23:05:242022-04-19 09:06:23Freezer Cooking for the AIP
This book comes highly recommended by Angie Alt and Mickey Trescott of Autoimmune Wellness.
“FODMAPs is an acronym for fermentable carbohydrates found in common foods. FODMAPs stand for Fermentable Oligosaccharides (fructans and galactans), Disaccharhides (lactose), Monosaccharides (fructose), and Polyols (sugar alcohols). FODMAP intolerance means that fructose and other longer chain carbohydrates are difficult to break down and then ferment in the distal small intestine or in the large intestine and can cause symptoms like gas, bloating, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, excessive burping, depression, fatigue, headache and even decreased mental clarity aka “brain fog”.
The FODMAP Free Paleo menu includes 4 weeks of Autoimmune Paleo recipes for those needing to identify and remove FODMAPS that may be causing digestive distress. Easily apply the AIP minus FODMAPs with this delicious 4 week menu plan. This menu plan may also be applied for those with SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Now let’s get cooking!”
“The AIP method can be challenging. Some of the techniques for working with substitute items are labor-intensive, and ingredients may be pricey and hard to find. Idiot’s Guides: Autoimmune Cookbook is ideal for people with budget and time constraints. It sticks to quick, simple cooking techniques, as well as ingredients that shoppers can readily find. A glossary covers basic cooking terminology and technique. Information on stocking a pantry, meal plans, and shopping lists are also included.”
NOTE: this cookbook was recommended by one of our Facebook Group Members – I have not checked its content to ensure it matches the protocol by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, so please be mindful of this if you find conflicting information within.
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