Broccoli is considered a detox superfood. It contains a dynamic trio of phytonutrients that support all phases of our body’s detoxification. In addition, this salad is delicious! Note: Mustard is considered a Stage 1 Reintroduction, and most people do reintroduce it successfully, but if you’re still in the elimination phase of the AIP, just substitute your favorite AIP-friendly herb.
Below you’ll find delicious recipes for the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol. Choosing food as medicine is powerful when it comes to supporting autoimmune health. If you’re looking for something specific, here are some quick links to recipe types: Healing Foods – Main Courses – Side Dishes – Desserts – Kombucha Series – Recipe Collections
This is one of my favorite home ferments. I always have a batch brewing, and I have a glass with dinner every night. Not only does it help me digest my meal, it’s delicious! This week, my fridge is stocked with the following flavors: Lemon Lavender, Raspberry Ginger, and Orange Turmeric. Your flavor options are almost endless.
Kombucha is a fermented beverage that people love in the paleo community, but as people pass SCOBYs from one friend to the next, they also pass along myths about what is and isn’t true about this probiotic beverage. How much sugar do you think remains at the end of fermentation? How about caffeine? How about alcohol? Do you think it’s rich in B vitamins? Diverse in probiotics? Is it healthy or not? In this article, I separate the myths from the truths.
This gravy tastes better than any gravy I’ve had in my life, and it’s 100% flour-free. As an added bonus, the pot roast recipe is easy-peasy, because the slow cooker does the cooking for you. (If you don’t have a slow cooker, no worries. I included an oven variation.) This has become a favorite dinner for my family, and I hope it does for yours as well. It truly is healthy comfort food at its finest.
While many of us have switched to the faster Instant Pot Method, the truth is you don’t need a fancy pot to make this healing diet staple. For centuries, people around the world have used bone broth to nurture, strengthen and heal. There’s a reason we crave it when we feel badly. Learn why it’s so good for you, and how easy it is to make.