What is AIP?

by JJ Koch April 23, 2016

What is AIP?

 

AIP.

DECIPHER THE ACRONYM.

The autoimmune protocol (AIP) is the brainchild of Dr. Loren Cordain, a scientist who discovered that certain primal foods can sometimes trigger inflammation in people with autoimmune disease. Eating AIP can seem like an up hill battle, so we have provided some quick facts, extra resources, and have several different menus for our customers to make it as simple as possible.

WHAT TO AVOID PERMANENTLY

  • Processed Food
  • Emulsifiers and Thickeners (guar gum, carrageenan, etc.)
  • Refined Oils
  • Refined Sugars
  • Grains (including corn)
  • Dried Legumes (including soy and peanuts)
  • Stevia (and other non-nutritive sweeteners)

ELIMINATE FOR A MINIMUM OF 30 DAYS AND REINTRODUCE

  • Eggs
  • Dairy
  • Nuts (including nut-based oils)
  • Seeds (including coffee and cocoa and seed-based oils)
  • Nightshades (both vegetables and spices)
  • Alcohol
  • Seed-based Spices 

The Pre-Made Paleo Approach

At Pre-Made Paleo, in an effort to cater to all of our customers, we eliminate all of these items from our AIP Menu meals. We also want to provide as much variety as possible, incorporate tons of flavor and offer a few different menus including breakfast options. 

Lunch and Dinner Menus

Breakfast Meals

Here are a few articles if you would like to find out more information:

What is the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol?

The Beginner's Guide to The Autoimmune Protocol

The Autoimmune Protocol

 


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