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If you’re a member of my private recipes group on Facebook, or if you’ve browsed around this website at all, you’ll know that I am not an advocate of public support groups for healthcare … and most certainly not for autoimmune disease. Sounds counterintuitive considering the Autoimmune Protocol itself emphasizes the need for connection and community, right?  Before we get into the SAD to AIP Support Program, allow me to explain.
 
My wish for you is that you find the BEST support available, a support system where you surround yourself with a reliable community that can provide you with the BEST, most reliable and accurate advice available. Sadly, for the most part that eliminates most if not all of the free health support groups you’ll find on social media today. 
 

Social Support Groups:

 
Having been dealing with my own autoimmune health issues for a number of years, I’ve joined many a group in the hope that I’d find the support, encouragement and information that I needed (and something I could recommend for my followers), only to be disappointed and shocked by the spread of misinformation and sometimes downright dangerous advice being offered. And, because they’re only being moderated by volunteers who for the most part are not experts in the field, things get out of hand far too fast. I won’t go on about it here, I’ll just say this – BEWARE – and REMEMBER – autoimmune disease and the approach we take is extremely personalized! No one disease is treated exactly the same in two people and it’s counterproductive to compare our situation with anyone else’s. 
 

Invest In Your Health:

 
The BEST advice I can give you is to INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH! Find a support system that you know is accurate and reliable and monitored by professionals. For some, that may be a support program like we’re about to discuss, for others it may just be an amazing medical team that you’re in touch with regularly. The bottom line – I don’t want to see you wasting months or even years of your time following bad advice when you could be on your way to proper healing simply by assembling the best health support team possible.
 
If you’re interested in learning more about various option for support, please check out my post – “Where Can I Find Support” and my “Coaching” page, but if you’re ever stuck, please reach out to me using the contact page and I’ll help point you in the right direction.
 

SAD to AIP in SIX:SAD to AIP in SIX - aiprecipecollection.com - Angie Alt, nutritional therapy practitioner, certified health coach

 
Today, we’re here to talk about one of the best AIP support programs – SAD to AIP in SIX – a six-week program created and directed by Angie Alt, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified Health Coach, to help you gently transition from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) in six weeks.
 
More about the program:
  • SAD to AIP in SIX was used in a medical study in 2016, and 73% of study participants achieved clinical remission.
  • Each week is a gradual process of removing the bad and introducing the good.
  • Every detail of the diet and lifestyle changes are covered in the program.
  • You’ll be expertly guided by trained, certified coaches, who have used AIP themselves to heal.
  • You’ll be surrounded by an encouraging, small group of peers going through the same process with you.
  • It all happens at a manageable pace in a completely private and very supportive on-line group where the details and organization for empowerment are baked right into the experience.

Who is the program for:

  • If you’re newly diagnosed with an autoimmune condition and feeling overwhelmed at the thought of making diet and lifestyle changes, this is a beautiful program for you.
  • If you’ve tried to do the AIP before but couldn’t manage to make it stick, this program will help you get a handle on things, make you accountable, provide the loving support you need and help you make sustainable change.
  • If you’ve done the AIP before and felt amazing and want to get started again with a group of loving individuals by your side, these folks have your back.
  • If you want to take your health back and feel empowered and supported doing it, this is the place for you.

Not Sure if SAD to AIP in SIX is for you?

Since I get asked a lot by members in my Facebook group if the program is worth it, I offer the following to help remove any hesitation:
  1. The cost of this program is often less than a single visit with a nutritional therapy practitioner or health coach.
  2. The value of the education, downloads, support and accountability is priceless.
  3. Other members highly recommend the program (see testimonials below) and some have even enrolled more than once!  
I’m also pleased to bring you this replay from when Angie Alt and 3 of her past members joined me for a LIVE Q&A  to tell us more about what we can expect from the program and to answer some questions from our own members.
 
Once you’ve watched the replay, visit the program website and you’ll find more FAQ’s answered, complete details about what you’ll receive, what you’ll learn, the investment, current coupon code and when each new program cycle will begin.
 
 
NOTE: Group space is limited, so be sure to sign up early so you don’t miss out.
 
 

Testimonials

The following are from members in my own private Facebook Recipes Group. More testimonials are included on the official website above and in the video replay.
 
BF Wrote:
Angie is very experienced and has a depth of knowledge to support anyone. We were about 20 people (maybe 30?) in my SADtoAIP group and she was totally competent with everyone, with nice personal attention. From total beginners to people who had already done AIP. She has guests too that do bring even more experience and inspiration. Highly recommended program.
 
SB Wrote: 

I just finished the program. I found it to be very well done, comprehensive and supportive. I really committed to it, and it truly helped walk me through the process of elimination. Honestly, I’m not sure I could have been as consistent or as nutrient oriented without it.

LG Wrote: 

I was skeptical if the program would be “right for me” since I was already knowledgeable about AIP and had done it before on my own. I joined with the primary goal of getting “back on the wagon” with outside accountability, but got SO much more than that! The guided, phased approach of transitioning to AIP helps you build lasting habits and mindsets, versus going cold-turkey which relies purely on motivation (which eventually runs out). The social/community aspect provides much needed support and encouragement that is often missing from friends/family when going AIP alone. Would highly recommend!

SM Wrote:

SAD to AIP in 6 is invaluable for people who really want to get a firm foundation in the protocol. It offers the structure we all need, scientific articles, inspiration, and warm encouragement. It keeps you company on the journey. Do it!