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The Paleo Approach Cookbook Review

While I was busy moving, Sarah Ballantyne released The Paleo Approach Cookbook, the master-recipe guide to the Autoimmune Protocol we have all been waiting for. In case you don’t know who Sarah is, she is the author of The Paleo Approach, the first book detailing the hard science behind the Autoimmune Protocol (which recently became…

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After An Eventful Summer, I’m Back!

By now its no news that I have moved from living in Seattle, Washington to my family’s farm in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Even though this blog is mostly about health and food, I wanted to give you a peek into what I have been up to for the past few months! Building a House…

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Summer Guest Post Recap

Hello, dear blog friends! It has been a while, a little over two months since my last post, announcing my move and taking some time off. I’m happy to report that the move went well, although it took a little longer than expected to wrap up the finishing touches on the homestead. I went almost a…

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Returning To The Active Outdoor Life (Guest Post by Susan Vennerholm)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Susan Vennerholm, who blogs at Backcountry Paleo. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In the autoimmune community, you’ll see a wide spectrum of tolerance for physical…

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Thriving on The Autoimmune Protocol (Guest Post by Samantha McClellan)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Samantha McClellan, who blogs at Sweet Potatoes and Social Change. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am a determined, some would say stubborn, person. When…

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Simplifying The Autoimmune Protocol (Guest Post By Toréa Rodriguez)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Toréa Rodriguez, who blogs at torearodriguez.com. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The Autoimmune Protocol. Just saying those words can lead to overwhelm in some…

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Healing Tools: How To Track Trends in Your Healing Path (Guest Post by Susan Vennerholm)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Susan Vennerholm, who blogs at Backcountry Paleo. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you’ve started the AIP or any elimination type diet, you’ve likely heard…

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Living Outside the Beehive (Guest Post by Sherilyn Shwartz)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Sherilyn Schwartz, who blogs at MomLadyOR. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Often times after you start an elimination provocation diet of any kind, it seems…

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A Practical Guide To Fermented Foods For Autoimmune Disease (Guest Post by Sarah Ramsden)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Sarah Ramsden, who blogs at SarahRamsden.com >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Changing your diet and lifestyle to address an autoimmune condition, can be nothing short…

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Strict AIP Isn’t Meant to Last Forever – What A Personalized AIP Looks Like (Guest Post by Eileen Laird)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Eileen Laird, who blogs at Phoenix Helix. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> MISCONCEPTIONS That’s a picture of me on my birthday, eating a paleo chocolate…

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Autoimmunity and Reproductive Health (Guest Post by Alaena Haber)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Alaena Haber, blogger at Grazed and Enthused.  >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fertility… it may be the last thing on your mind if you’ve been…

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Movement and Autoimmune Disease (Guest Post by Mary Lapp)

I’m taking a break from blogging this summer as I focus on my move, but in the meantime I have some great guest posts on various topics lined up from the autoimmune community. This post is by Mary Lapp, a sufferer of multiple food allergies. You can find her blog at Simple and Merry.  >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Many people with…

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The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook Round-Up #5

  This is the fifth in a series of round-up posts with comments from the autoimmune and Paleo community about the book. I’m absolutely tickled hearing all of this great feedback, and response has been amazing. If you are looking for more reviews, you can read the first one here, the second here, the third here, and the fourth…

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Turnip, Radish, and Fennel Saute

  This is a wonderful vegetable side dish inspired by something my friend Mary cooked up while I was staying with her. She had fennel, baby turnips, and radishes in her CSA box and decided to cook them up together. I don’t think I had ever fully appreciated baby turnips, or cooked radishes very much before…

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Paleo Cookbook Round-Up

  Even though I usually only review cookbooks here that comply (or adapt well) to the Autoimmune Protocol, I wanted to do a round-up post with some of my favorite Paleo releases so far this year. If you have been successful with some reintroductions (as I have been) you may be able to branch out a…

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