January 2019 AIP Talk with ShopAIP
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
#aipmindset – The first week of January many AIP bloggers got together and shared what #AIPmindset means to them. Creating awareness that our thoughts, emotions, and stress have an impact on symptoms (sometimes bringing on a flare). Also sharing theirfavorite mind-body techniques!
The Global Paleo AIP Kitchen – Have you seen the newest community collaboration cookbook? This culinary passport was edited by Bethany from Adventures in Partaking and celebrates flavors from around the world.
The Nutrient Dense Kitchen – Mickey has set aside a LIMITED number of books for pre-order and is giving away some awesome bonuses. People who pre-order get a signed copy of the book, access to her private Facebook group, and pre-release recipe sneak peeks (all super tasty). This cookbook will be completely elimination stage compliant and has notes for those needing other specific modifications. It also includes shopping lists and meal plans for time and sanity saving!
Episode 113 Healing Stories #6 – There’s something wonderful about listening to people share their personal story and healing journey. In this podcast episode, Eileen chats with four individuals about how they reclaimed their health.
Emotional Autoimmunity Podcast Episode 4 – Kerry recently interviewed Wendi Washington-Hunt about how Hashimoto’s changed her life and how she’s learning to nurture herself and quiet the critic in her head.
Journey In – This is an amazing connection opportunity. Kari Owens is running a weekend retreat on the stunningly serene Orcas Island in Washington state. “With yoga, mindfulness, and self-care sessions, this is a time for self-reflection and personal growth.” Lodging, sessions, nature exploration… and yes, food! Meals are all gluten-free with AIP options available.
MUST-READ BLOG POSTS:
The State of AIP 2019 – I’m glad Angie’s continuing these yearly community posts. It’s a great way to see all that’s happened (2018 was huge!) and what to look forward to in our community.
Paleo for Babies & Toddlers – As a parent who chooses to nourish her kids within a paleo framework, I appreciate posts like this one. Sarah talks about macronutrients kids need, first foods, and so much more!
5 Year Anniversary on the AIP – Yael recently celebrated her fifth year of healing and shares how it all started for her, opens up about some emotional times along the way, and where she is at now. All things considered Yael says, “It is worth it.”
Why Keeping a Food Journal Can Accelerate Healing – Kate from Healing Family Eats shares the importance of a well-kept food journal. She outlines how to use the journal, what to track, and shares a template! Kate advises, “It is important to be brutally honest when you write your journal, even though you may have feelings of guilt or remorse.”
Soup is ON! Wendi recently asked some of her AIP blogging buddies about their all-time Favorite Soup Recipes and compiled them in a list for us.
Have you been following ShopAIP on social media? Founder Sandra has been sharing videos about her personal experience with using AIP to better her health. She’s even shared cooking videos! Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
One of my favorite people has curated a new bundle and it has all the things I order myself! Be sure to check out Eileen’s selection in the Phoenix Helix Bundle.
Confession: In another life, I loved puffs. These puffs from Lesser Evil are ones that don’t have a frightening ingredient list. My kids love them, too!
Erin is the blogger behind Real Food and Love who has used the AIP diet and lifestyle to recover from three autoimmune diseases. She strives for balance and juggles life as a wife, mother of two wildlings and a one-year-old, and working part-time from home. All while avoiding stepping on Legos! One of her favorite Shop AIP products is KC Natural No Tomato Pasta Sauce.