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10 Nutrient-Dense Fruit and Vegetable Scraps We Should Be Eating Instead of Throwing Away

This post was originally published on this siteA key component of a healing diet is nutrient-density and diversity. In the paleo AIP community, the list of foods to avoid often gets the most attention. But simultaneously, we need to expand… Continue Reading →

Episode 128: Best Of – Mind-Body Nutrition with Marc David

This post was originally published on this siteThose of you who follow me on social media may have heard that July was an intense month for me. I caught pneumonia, and my father passed away. I’ve been taking time to… Continue Reading →

Low-Power Mode: Self-Care During Challenging Times

This post was originally published on this siteiPhones automatically shift into low-power mode when their batteries get low. The goal is to conserve energy. There are times in life when our body and soul ask us to do the same…. Continue Reading →

Episode 127: Best Of – Social Lives on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol

This post was originally published on this siteDue to a recent bout of pneumonia, I need to take some time to focus on my health. I’m taking a sabbatical for the next few weeks and releasing two of my favorite… Continue Reading →

Episode 126: Hashimoto’s AIP Medical Study

This post was originally published on this siteI have some exciting research to share! It’s the first medical study looking at the paleo autoimmune protocol as an intervention for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. The results were impressive! In this episode, Dr. Rob… Continue Reading →

5 Tips for Healthier Smoothies

This post was originally published on this siteMost people choose smoothies because they think they’re a healthy alternative to fast food. The problem is that liquid “meals” like these can hit our bloodstream as sugar blasts, which isn’t healthy for… Continue Reading →

Episode 125: The Pursuit of Perfect Health with Dr. Terry Wahls

This post was originally published on this siteMost of you know Dr. Terry Wahls’ story. She is a physician who developed multiple sclerosis, and in spite of the best that conventional medicine had to offer, she ended up confined to… Continue Reading →

Episode 124: The Best & Worst Things People Say When You Have Autoimmune Disease

This post was originally published on this siteAn interesting part of the human experience is that when we’re going through something really difficult, people are often at a loss about what to say and can end up saying some really… Continue Reading →

Episode 123: The Forgiveness Controversy with Dr. Harriet Lerner

This post was originally published on this siteThere’s some compelling research that suggests the inability to forgive leads to negative health consequences, and the practice of forgiveness can have health benefits. When it comes to small injustices, this seems relatively… Continue Reading →

Instant Pot Garlic Mashed Cauliflower

This post was originally published on this siteHave you ever roasted garlic whole? It’s a completely different flavor – mellow and rich. It turns out that pressure cooking in the Instant Pot creates that same flavor in much less time,… Continue Reading →

On Sale 4 Days Only! The Essential AIP Resource Library

This post was originally published on this siteWhenever I see an offer this good, I assume there’s a catch, but the only catch here is that it’s a limited-time offer. This sale only lasts for 4 days. You get 32… Continue Reading →

Episode 122: Brain Fog with Dr. Tim Gerstmar

This post was originally published on this siteDo you ever feel like your brain isn’t working quite right – that you can’t remember things, or think clearly, or focus and make decisions? That simple tasks feel challenging, and complex tasks… Continue Reading →

Loving Martine: A Legacy Cookbook with Sample Recipe & Giveaway

This post was originally published on this siteMy friend Martine Partridge passed away in 2017, but she left a legacy of love behind. She was known for her strength, sense of humor, positive outlook, and love of flavorful food! This cookbook… Continue Reading →

Episode 121: Time Management with Laura Vanderkam

This post was originally published on this siteIn this podcast, we’re taking a big picture look at time. How can we gain clarity on where our time goes? How can we start to feel in control of time, rather than… Continue Reading →

3 Myths About the Mind-Body Connection

This post was originally published on this siteThere are so many misconceptions about how the mind and body influence each other. In this blog post, I separate the myths from the truths and give you 10 ways to tap this connection… Continue Reading →

Episode 120: Scleroderma with Dr. Aly Cohen

This post was originally published on this siteIn this podcast episode, we take a detailed look at Scleroderma. How does it differ from other autoimmune diseases, and how is it diagnosed? Can diet and lifestyle make a difference? What are… Continue Reading →

What’s the Difference Between Collagen and Gelatin?

Gelatin and collagen are highly recommended on a healing diet, but what makes them so special? And what’s the difference between the two? Are they interchangeable in recipes? Do they support health in the same way? I share all the… Continue Reading →

Episode 119: Fatigue with Andrea Nakayama

Fatigue is a common side effect of autoimmune disease, but it can have many other root causes as well. For some people, it’s mild and manageable. For others, it can be disabling. In this episode, we take a detective’s perspective… Continue Reading →

Episode 114: Exercise and Autoimmune Disease – Part 2

Why does exercise feel so different after an autoimmune diagnosis? Activities that our bodies loved in the past can now cause an autoimmune flare. Yet, not moving at all isn’t healthy either. So, what do we do? In this podcast, we… Continue Reading →

12 Tips for Eating Paleo AIP on a Budget

Are you afraid you can’t do the paleo autoimmune protocol, because it’s too expensive? Or do you simply want to find ways to make your food dollars go farther? Either way, I’ve got you covered with these 12 tips!

Episode 113: Healing Stories 6

If you’re a regular listener of my podcast, you know that I often start my shows with personal stories, where my guests share their health journeys from rock bottom to reclaiming a vital life. But at a least once a… Continue Reading →

The Global Paleo AIP Kitchen – Cookbook Review, Sample Recipe, and Giveaway!

There’s a new e-cookbook on the AIP block, and in this blog post I share all the details, including a sample recipe for Indian Fish Cutlets and a chance to win a free copy of the book. Are you missing… Continue Reading →

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