Kara’s Kitchen Tour
As an individual with an autoimmune diagnosis, you might be so thoroughly confused about which nutrition plan is for you. I wish I had one answer that would be the right answer for all of you visiting my site.
Autoimmune recovery would be so much easier if there was one right answer. However, it’s not the case. Remember, that unless you are an identical twin, you have your own special and unique DNA. You’ve also had a different life experience than anyone else on the planet and therefore…you have a different microbiome.
What that means is that your food sensitivities and intolerances are different than the person sitting next to you.
So how does that translate into what you should and shouldn’t eat? (This is the number one question my clients, friends, and family ask me.)
What should I eat?
I can confidently share with you that what you shouldn’t eat includes gluten, dairy, simple sugars, and soy. Without testing for food sensitivities (which can be done very easily), you may want to try The Autoimmune Protocol – also known as “AIP.” This protocol removes all food groups which are considered inflammatory for many individuals. It is not generally a program that needs to be followed for life, however, it can be a helpful way to start figuring out what is triggering your autoimmune systems through an extensive elimination process.
I was recently featured on The Autoimmune Protocol’s monthly Kitchen Tour. Inside this edition, I hope you can find tips and tricks in organizing your own kitchen, whether you follow AIP or another specific nutrition plan.
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