What I Eat in a Day on the autoimmune protocol AIP (Paleo)!

Here’s a sneak peek at what I eat on the autoimmune protocol AIP (paleo)…on a summer’s day. I tend to eat more seasonally, and I change up what I eat daily, …

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8 thoughts on “What I Eat in a Day on the autoimmune protocol AIP (Paleo)!

  1. How do you maintain your weight on AIP? I'm struggling to get more than 1,200 calories a day. And I'm already tiny so I can't afford any more loss but I can't do any more fats(half my calories a day are healthy fats) and I struggle w oils due to acid reflux still. I also need more carbs but I'm afraid if I do more than my 8 oz of sweet potato a day that will be too much for my SIBO.

  2. I love your videos and your upbeat attitude about AIP! So excited to try tacos…I always eat simple but am finding myself wanting more, so this will be perfect. Yes please do a video like this for the different seasons and perhaps for holidays or a dinner party? I am floundering on how to entertain on AIP. Thanks so much!

  3. YES about the cassava flour variation. I had really no idea that this existed until I created my recipe for the AIP Flatbreads and while so many people love them, others complain that they come out all gummy. I've been able to track most of the failed attempts to the brand of cassava flour. It's crazy though! I thought cassava flour was cassava flour until this – but they must all process them differently or something. Taught me a lesson though NOT to make cassava flour recipes unless I want a major headache!! So frustrating. But Downshiftology's cassava flour tortillas are great – those are what I always use and they've come out with a few different cassava flours I've used. Oh, and thanks for the taco meat recipe – I've been looking for a good one!

  4. Georgiana Cavendish February 29, 2020 at 8:49 pm - Reply

    Figuring out what to eat so as not to become bored is a big part of the battle. I’m not food-centric at all so it’s probably easier for me but repetition does make it difficult for my husband. Plus we have to fight against traditional AIP recipes because I’m allergic to tropicals. You know you’re sick and on AIP when you have to make the ingredients to make the recipes lol. Look forward to more food idea videos. Thank you 😊

  5. Did you eat any of the pre-made snacks and meat snacks in the elimination phase? I have had low blood sugar my whole life and I just started my AIP elimination phase today and I am just worried about my blood sugar getting low and feeling shaky.

  6. Here's my solution as I often don't have the energy to grocery shop AND tote it all inside the kitchen AND put it away… with AIP it seems that most of it goes in the fridge or freezer so it can't wait. . I order my groceries from Walmart online to be picked up. Unlike other stores in my area you get the same price as shopping your self. You drive up, push the button next to your car, tell them who you are picking up for and they load it into your car. You never have to get out. They'll hold your order 24-hours, so I order for 8am and I get there when I'm ready. If I'm sick my neighbor picks up for me since it's pre-paid… easy peasy. If your husband isn't traveling, have him pick up the groceries. The other thing I like about it is that I fill my shopping cart all during the week … eliminating a shopping list. Walmart's quality control is top notch. I ordered a pre-packaged bag of organic apples. They open the bag and make sure every apple is in top shape. Also, if they are out, they'll upgrade your item for free. If I decide to shop myself, Walmart has free WIFI, so I can access my list right in the store. Give it a try, it will really help you out on days like today. 💝☀🌵

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