Nourish your body and regulate your immune system―the autoimmune protocol simplified
The autoimmune protocol (AIP) was developed around a simple, science-backed concept: What we eat―or don’t eat―has the ability to powerfully impact our health. By eliminating foods that trigger a negative immune response and nourishing the body with foods that heal, this protocol was designed to help those living with autoimmune diseases reverse and manage their symptoms, and achieve optimal well-being. Written by two longtime immune disease sufferers, The Easy Autoimmune Protocol Cookbook makes this protocol both approachable and delicious.
With a thorough explanation of the science behind the protocol, more than 100 satisfying and healing recipes like Pumpkin Waffles and Pork Chops with Peaches and Parsnips created with ease and flavor in mind, as well as a sample meal plan to get you started, this book takes the guesswork and intimidation out of the protocol, and provides you with everything you need to take the first steps toward healing.
The Easy Autoimmune Protocol Cookbook includes:
Practical, everyday recipes―This book contains more than 100 recipes―many of which require no cooking, take 30 minutes or fewer to make, call for 5 or less ingredients, or can be made one pot or pan.
Straightforward science―Understand how and why the autoimmune protocol works, including the role food plays in causing or taming inflammation, damaging or repairing the lining of the gut, and more.
Accessible, nourishing ingredients―Many of the book’s recipes focus on incorporating fresh and familiar whole foods into your diet, as well as introduce you to healing ingredients you may not have used before, but will soon become staples in your AIP kitchen.
This book takes the complex autoimmune protocol diet and makes it simple and realistic!
Pork chops are a great option when you want a hearty dinner but want it quickly and with minimal effort. We love how the sweet peaches really complement the pork and how the roasted parsnips complete the whole meal
So comforting and warming, these healthy pumpkin waffles are perfect for when you want something that will fill you up all morning long. To make this dish completely AIP-friendly, make sure to use aluminum-free baking powder. Make a double batch and freeze the extra waffles so you have them ready to eat throughout the week. Just reheat them for 5 minutes in a 350ºF oven for a quick breakfast. You can top these waffles with fresh fruit, like raspberries or strawberries, if desired.
Crispy-Skin Salmon and Ginger Bok Choy
Perfectly crisped salmon skin is the star of this healthy and delicious dish. We love the sweetness from the coconut aminos and the fresh and zesty flavors of the ginger. Pair it with tender baby bok choy for a complete and healthy meal.
The Easy Autoimmune Protocol Cookbook: Nourish and Heal with 30-Minute, 5-Ingredient, and One-Pot Paleo Autoimmune Recipes
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