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The Autoimmune Protocol Diet is gaining attention as the top health-supportive diet for the 50 million people suffering from autoimmune conditions; however living the AIP way can feel confusing and overwhelming. You may have no idea where to start and are overwhelmed by the seemingly endless list of foods to avoid and strict guidelines to adhere to -- the reality is that you can do the AIP diet easily (and deliciously!) Written by popular AIP blogger, Sophie Van Tiggelen, of A Squirrel in the Kitchen, The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook distills the complicated science and diet tenets found in other AIP books down to most practical, actionable, "need-to-know" information in the form of diet guidelines, 100 recipes, shopping lists, as well as simple tools and strategies for doing the AIP diet successfully. This book makes AIP clear and understandable with short, succinct explanations of the different AIP approaches and 100 AIP-compliant recipes that are inventive and delicious -- and don't make you feel like you are eating on a restricted diet.
|Publisher:||Fair Winds Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Sophie Van Tiggelen is a passionate foodie, recipe developer, author, and photographer. Diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis in 2009, she used the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) to reverse her condition. Today, Sophie lives a full and vibrant life free from the anxiety and flare-ups that often accompany autoimmune diseases. With her food and lifestyle blog, A Squirrel in the Kitchen, Sophie shares her AIP experience and empowers others to develop new habits to promote good health and wellness. Through years of experience she has developed simple strategies to be successful on the autoimmune protocol diet, including numerous mouth-watering, allergen-free recipes that everyone (even those without autoimmune diseases) can enjoy. Sophie is on a mission to make the Autoimmune Protocol – and all that it encompasses – more accessible and sustainable to anyone looking for a more nutritious, delicious, health-conscious life
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started On The Air Diet 10
Chapter 2 What Can You Eat? 14
Chapter 3 How To Reintroduce Foods 22
Chapter 4 Homemade Basics and Staples 28
Chapter 5 Breakfasts 46
Chapter 6 Small Bites 64
Chapter 7 Soups and Salads 82
Chapter 8 Vegetables 100
Chapter 9 Meat-Based Main Dishes 118
Chapter 10 Seafood 136
Chapter 11 Drinks And Desserts 154
Additional Resources 172
About The Author 173
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a fab recipe book for those who have an autoimmune disease or have friends/family that suffer from one. Having suffered from terrible stomach issues for 5-10 years and having been told that they the tests I have had strongly suggest I have Crohns disease I figured I should try and do something dietary to hopefully increase the chances of remission and lessen my long-term suffering. So when this book popped up and I was approved for an advance copy to read and review I was overjoyed. Sophie Van Tiggelen is a popular Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) blogger and has compiled these recipes into an easy and accessible book. The recipes look tasty and simple to prepare and the full colour photographs give you an idea of what you should be aiming for. "The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook"is an excellent resource for those of us with an autoimmune disorder but I do not agree with all the points being made. Firstly, the book almost blames sufferers themselves for having an autoimmune disease - by stating that lifestyle and diet are the causes. I know that lifestyle/diet can make a difference but they certainly aren't the cause. Secondly, there are some quite dramatic assertions made that by changing to the AIP diet the symptoms will get better. I feel that unless this has been scientifically proven then they have no right to make these bold claims. Evidence is what is needed and until then no such statements should be made. I am going to try out these recipes and hope to gain some benefit from the change but I do think that the approach should've been vastly different. Blaming those who suffer from an AI disorder is no good for anyone. Many thanks to Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press for an ARC. I was not required to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.