AIP Elimination products from popular brands like Wild Zora, KC Natural and Jack's Paleo Kitchen are carefully selected to be compliant with the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP), which means that they are free from grains, legumes, dairy, processed foods, and other ingredients that can potentially cause inflammation in individuals with autoimmune disorders.
AIP reintros refer to the process of gradually reintroducing certain foods into your diet following the elimination phase. AIP Reintro is divided into four (phases phases 1-4). Fully Healthy offers a range of AIP-friendly products that are free from common allergens and inflammatory ingredients, making them a great option for those following the AIP diet. AIP products can also be a convenient way to incorporate nutrient-dense foods into your diet, such as bone broth, coconut aminos, and cassava flour.
AIP Stage 1
AIP Stage 1 is the first stage of the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) diet recommended for individuals with autoimmune conditions. During this stage, individuals are required to eliminate several food groups from their diet, including grains, legumes, dairy, refined sugars, processed foods, and nightshade vegetables. Fully Healthy offers a range of products specifically designed for this stage, such as AIP-friendly snacks, condiments, cooking oils, and supplements.
AIP Stage 2
AIP Stage 2 refers to the second phase of the Autoimmune Protocol diet, which is a dietary approach to managing autoimmune conditions. During this stage, additional foods are reintroduced back into the diet to determine which ones trigger symptoms. Fully Healthy offers a range of AIP-friendly products that are free from common allergens and inflammatory ingredients, making it easier for individuals to adhere to the AIP diet during this stage.
AIP Stage 3
AIP Stage 3 involves further reintroducing certain foods that were eliminated in the earlier stages, such as nuts, seeds, and certain spices. The goal is to identify any trigger foods that may cause a negative reaction and determine which foods can be safely incorporated back into the diet.
AIP Stage 4
Stage 4 AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) products are specifically designed for individuals with autoimmune diseases who are in the later stages of the AIP diet. These products are free from grains, gluten, dairy, soy, and other inflammatory ingredients that can exacerbate autoimmune symptoms. The Stage 4 AIP products include pantry staples such as baking mixes, condiments, and snacks to make meal preparation easier and more enjoyable.