24 Amazing Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) Friendly Recipes

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In celebration of our new organic Everyday AIP Blends, we’ve prepared this recipe roundup of a few of our favorite AIP friendly recipes. We hope you enjoy them!

Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)

Autoimmune diseases are conditions where the body cannot differentiate its own healthy proteins, from the proteins of foreign invaders. The body then attacks its own tissue, causing a hypersensitivity reaction known as an “autoimmune response.” This self-tissue attack can go on for months or years before an autoimmune disease fully develops, causing damage to cells, tissues, and/or organs. According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, autoimmune diseases affect up to 50 million Americans. The type of proteins or cells being attacked is what distinguishes one AI disorder from another.

The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) focuses on reducing inflammation in the gut that causes an autoimmune response. The AIP diet works to calm and decrease inflammation, thereby lessening the disease’s symptoms and ideally putting it into remission.

The AIP diet removes: Dairy, Eggs, Legumes, Sugar and high-glycemic foods, Nuts and nut oils, Seeds and seed oils, Spices derived from seeds, Nightshades, Alcohol, Coffee, and Chocolate.

Diet and lifestyle can play a large role in keeping AI diseases under control. By eliminating inflammatory foods, you can create an environment to heal your body from within.

Use the AIP dietary filter on our Recipes page to search through our entire collection of AIP-friendly, gut-healing recipes.

Even better, check out our FREE, one week AIP meal plan in myKitchen

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Paleo Tempura Shrimp-8

Tempura Shrimp by Primal Palate



Strawberry Coconut Milkshake

Strawberry, Rose, and Coconut Milkshake by Goodies Against the Grain


Pork Tenderloin with Peach Mint Sauce

Pork Tenderloin w/ Peach Mint Sauce by The Paleo Baker


AIP Pasta(less) Salad

Summer Pasta(less) Salad by BreannaEmmitt


AIP Teriyaki Meatballs

Autoimmune Paleo Orange Teriyaki Meatballs by AIP lifestyle


AIP Blueberry Cobbler

AIP Blackberry Cobbler by BreannaEmmitt


Warm Shrimp Salad with Bok Choy

Warm Shrimp Salad with Bok Choy by Primal Palate


beets and sweets hash

Beets and Sweets Hash by WhatWouldJohnMackEat


AIP Coconut Creme Pie

AIP Starch-Free Coconut Cream Pie by BreannaEmmitt


AIP Slow Cooker Ham

AIP Slow Cooker Ham by thrivingonpaleo


Maple Brown Sugar N'Oatmeal

Maple Brown Sugar N’Oatmeal by strictlydelicious


Tortilla Lime Spinach Chips

Sea Salt & Lime Spinach Chips by ACleanBake



Festive Green Spritzer

Festive Green Spritzer by Jessi’s Kitchen


AIP breadsticks

AIP Breadsticks by BreannaEmmitt


Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower Rice by Primal Palate


Miso glazed salmon

Miso Glazed Salmon by mypurplespoon



AIP Carob Chip Bars by sun85angel


Bison Stew

Bison Stew by Primal Palate



One Pot Steamed Garlic and Herb Scallops with Veggies by Cotter Crunch


Rosemary Beets

Roasted Rosemary Beets by Primal Palate


Slow Cooker Squash &Ground Beef Curry

Slow Cooker Squash & Ground Beef Curry by strictlydelicious



Sweet + Tangy Pork Lettuce Wraps by wholelovelylife




AIP Pizzette by Jaclyn


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    1. sun85angel
      January 31, 2016

      thank you so much for sharing my AIP Carob Chip bars! this is still one of my favourite recipes ever. I look forward to sharing more recipes from on your site.

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