Summertime Parsley & Blood Orange Pasta (AIP)

Brilliant summer evenings call for light, fun and festive food. Easy to prepare and easy to share...
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12 May 0 comments
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Boring is the New Wonderful

Yesterday was boring. By that I mean, ordinary. It was an ordinary Saturday. Like the weekends I remember. From our life before...
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08 May 0 comments

Moules-frites (AIP)

When you buy Mussels, they are alive. Or they should be. So plan to cook them soon. When alive and fresh, mussels smell mild and pleasant, like the ocean...
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01 May 0 comments

Crustless Butternut Pie

After almost 2½ years on the Autoimmune Protocol, we’re finally in reintroduction territory! This recipe is our new favorite...
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24 Apr 0 comments

Top 3 weight management strategies on the Autoimmune Protocol

The top-three strategies for weight management identified through my research with 20 long-term AIPers, 90% of whom indicated that weight management still causes them stress...
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21 Apr 0 comments

Biohacking Update: 28 months on the AIP

Matthew returned to work this week. When he took disability leave in 2013 we thought he’d never work again...
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17 Apr 0 comments

Being an Advocate

The role of advocate is complex when the person you care about has some ability to speak for themselves. Especially if their capacity changes from day to day...
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14 Apr 0 comments

The Shadow Side of Caregiving

As caregivers, we often feel that we can’t express our strong emotions and need to repress our needs. The demands of caregiving can feed the shadow through this suppression, with destructive consequences...
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10 Apr 0 comments

Sustainable Caregiving: your needs matter too!

Accepting that there aren’t enough resources to go around, and that balance is impossible to achieve, can (paradoxically) free you from the added anxiety of trying to find equilibrium...
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07 Apr 0 comments
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