If you are unfortunate enough to have an autoimmune disease, then you would be well advised to look carefully at the range of autoimmune friendly recipes that you can use in your autoimmune firmdly diet. I have multiple sclerosis (MS) and I was diagnosed in 1994. I now follow and AIP friendly diet which has improved my MS prognosis.
Autoimmune Friendly Recipes
I was lucky enough to be introduced to The Wahls Protocol by a friendly lady on Twitter. This is an AIP diet that I firmly believe has made a huge difference in managing this chronic illness.
While I know that there is no cure for MS, I am now of the opinion that if we can reverse the MS symptoms then this is, surely, as good as an MS cure.
39 AIP Friendly Recipes
Autoimmune diseases are conditions where the body cannot differentiate its own healthy proteins, from the proteins of foreign invaders. The body then attacks its own tissue, causing a hypersensitivity reaction known as an “autoimmune response.” This self-tissue attack can go on for months or years before an autoimmune disease fully develops, causing damage to cells, tissues, and/or organs.
The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) focuses on reducing inflammation in the gut that causes an autoimmune response. The AIP diet works to calm and decrease inflammation, thereby lessening the disease’s symptoms and ideally putting it into remission.
Coconut Free AIP Desserts
It can be hard finding coconut-free AIP dessert recipes! (AIP is a diet that helps many people with autoimmune conditions.)
You’re already cutting out gluten, dairy, nut flours, eggs, nut butters…
So if you happen to be bored or allergic to coconut as well, then it can seem like there’s really nothing you can eat when it comes to desserts!
Furthermore, desserts are good for you. Feeling good about yourself is one of the most important factors you need to contend with autoimmune disease.
55+ AIP Friendly Recipes
Most of you have probably heard about the Paleo diet. It’s been popular for quite a few years now. But recently I heard about a new type of Paleo diet for those with Autoimmune disorders, of which I have several. I am still researching this new diet, but these delicious recipes almost have me convinced!
Carrie has been on an AIP diet for about 6 weeks now and is very convinced regarding the benefits, based on her positive experience. She is healing her gut AND enjoying good food!
Autoimmune Friendly Diet Week 1 Meals and Snacks
AIP Diet Plan – Week 1 – My experience of the first week of the Autoimmune Protocol Diet – with paleo friendly beginner recipes and ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks & sweet treats.
The first week following the AIP Diet Plan has flown by. I’ve already shared how I planned and prepped for the AIP Diet and my experience of day 1.
Today I’m sharing the meals I enjoyed through week one and how I’ve physically been feeling on the diet.
Autoimmune Friendly Recipes for Strawberry Waffles
I am aware that this is basically the least sexy name possible for a recipe, I think it sounds like something you would be served at a hospital as a means to hide some sort of treatment. My husband Mark said this sounds like some sort of superhero food.
Regardless, for those that are following AIP and might be desperate for a different breakfast recipe. Moreover, I wanted you to find it as easily as possible. Who knows, maybe you are even landing here on this page because of this very not-so-sexy name.
AIP Banana Split Pudding
It’s the perfect time of year to be breaking out all those classic childhood desserts. Summer just screams ice cream sandwiches, Popsicles, milkshakes, birthday cake a la mode, and banana splits. And you don’t have to be a kid to want to hearken to that call.
Nowadays, it’s pretty easy to find an autoimmune protocol-friendly version of your favorite treat.
The AIP Diet Elimination Phase
AIP Diet – My experience of planning, prepping and following the Autoimmune Protocol Diet as well as AIP Diet Recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
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