AIP is an EVOLUTION – Guest Post by Joanna Frankham

Joanna Frankham helps you to make lasting diet and lifestyle choices that serve you. She is an AIP mentor and Certified Health Coach who uses rituals and group programs (like her foundational AIP Reset group program, which BTW you can save 15% with the code PALEOMOM) to help you break down the AIP framework into manageable … Read moreAIP is an EVOLUTION – Guest Post by Joanna Frankham

The Power of Creating Personal Rituals to Improve Your Health – Guest Post by Joanna Frankham

This post was originally published on this siteJoanna Frankham helps you to make diet and lifestyle choices that serve you. She is an AIP Mentor and Certified Health Coach who uses rituals and tools (like her signature ‘Create Your Personal Morning Ritual’ eCourse) to help you break down the AIP framework into manageable pieces so … Read moreThe Power of Creating Personal Rituals to Improve Your Health – Guest Post by Joanna Frankham

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Causes – a Guest Post by Alissa Frazier

This post was originally published on this siteHey there! My name is Alissa and I am a blogger and owner of LissMS. I am a Nutritional Therapy Consultant, AIP Certified Coach, Certified Personal Trainer and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I utilize a holistic approach in my work and give people the tools to get exactly what they … Read moreMultiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Causes – a Guest Post by Alissa Frazier

DIY Skincare on a Budget – Guest Post by Meagen Ashley

This post was originally published on this siteHi there! I’m Meagen Ashley and I’m a blogger, an elementary teacher, and a holistic nutrition student from Alberta, Canada. After healing my own autoimmune disease and skin issues through a real food diet, I started a food blog in an effort to help others. Since then, I … Read moreDIY Skincare on a Budget – Guest Post by Meagen Ashley

Why Making Yourself A Priority is Crucial While Healing – Guest Post by Kari Owens

This post was originally published on this site Kari Owens has coached over 2,000 women to better health. She teaches women how to put themselves first to reconnect with their body and soul. With her guidance, women learn to create a deeper relationship with themselves. Kari’s experience comes not only from being Certified Transformational Nutrition … Read moreWhy Making Yourself A Priority is Crucial While Healing – Guest Post by Kari Owens

The Right Clothing for Eczema (Why Fabric & Dyes Matter!) – Guest post by Jennifer Roberge

Jennifer Roberge is the founder of the award-winning Its An Itchy Little World blog and The Eczema Company. Propelled to find a solution for her son’s struggles with eczema, allergies, and asthma, Jennifer has established herself as the go-to resource on integrative and holistic methods, and the best natural products for healing both inside and out.   A few … Read moreThe Right Clothing for Eczema (Why Fabric & Dyes Matter!) – Guest post by Jennifer Roberge

Channeling Grief into Service – Guest Post by Jen Edwards

I first met Jen and her husband (then fiance) Devin at the Ancestral Health Society meeting in Berkeley, California in 2014. Their enthusiasm for everything Paleo was infectious. And, their newly created online store containing only a carefully curated collection of Paleo foods was amazing! It continues to be a one-stop-shop for Paleo goods, hence … Read moreChanneling Grief into Service – Guest Post by Jen Edwards

Beef Bulgogi Pan – Guest post by Samantha Jo Teague

This post was originally published on this siteSamantha Jo Teague is the blogger behind The Unskilled Cavewoman, and is the author of AIP Sheet Pan Recipes (an AIP ebook with 40 recipes that can all be made on a sheet pan, designed to make cooking for the autoimmune protocol easy to prep for and clean … Read moreBeef Bulgogi Pan – Guest post by Samantha Jo Teague