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WHAT’S IN NOW: (as of May 2019)

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How to Do AIP Course

Access to an entire roadmap of how to do the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol (AIP Diet) from start to finish.

The format: Watch the videos or download the audio only (in case you want to listen while driving, walking, or doing laundry). Plus most videos have cheat sheets or guides to reference later.

 

The lessons:

• What AIP Is

• Foods to Avoid

• Foods to Include

• Transitioning Onto AIP

• What to DO Before You Start

• What to KNOW Before You Start

• Common Foods on AIP (that you may not be familiar with)

• AIP Swaps

• Eating AIP By Yourself When Your Family Isn’t

• Travel on AIP

• Eating Out

• Eating Over Friend’s and Family’s Houses

• Breakfast on AIP

• Lunch on AIP

• Snacks on AIP

• Dinners on AIP

• Reintros: Are You Ready?

• Reintro Overview

• Each Stage of the Reintroductions (Updated in April 2019 with the new schedule by Dr. Ballantyne)

• Cheating on Reintroductions

 

Cooking Classes

Making Cauliflower Rice

• Coconut Milk

• Tigernut Milk

• Coconut Whipped Cream

• Tigernut Butter

• Veggie Noodles with a spiralizer or julienne peeler

• Knife Skills Overview

• How to Cut Onions

• How to Mince Garlic

• How to Cut Carrots (and other round things)

• Cutting Ginger

• Making Bone Broth

How to Roast

• How to Steam

 

* More to be added later

Meal Plans

Currently there is:

• a 5-Day Meal Plan with Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner each day + Batch Prep instructions and a shopping list

Batch cooking plans

Spend a few hours on a weekend and make a week’s worth of lunches (or breakfasts or dinners) with variety each day. The plans will have everything you need from the shopping list to the steps you take to prepare the meals

Currently:

• 1 Lunch/Dinner Batch Cooking Plan with these meals:

  1. Delicata (or Butternut) Squash, Cabbage & Carrot Slaw, Baked Avocado, Arugula, Roast Chicken Thighs, and Pomegranate Arils
  2. Delicata (or Butternut) Squash, Pesto, Cauliflower Tabbouleh, Spinach, and Salmon
  3. Roasted Sweet Potato, Cabbage & Carrot Slaw, Baked Avocado, Arugula, Salmon, and Pomegranate Arils
  4. Roasted Sweet Potato, Pesto, Cauliflower Tabbouleh, Spinach, Roasted Chicken Thighs
  5. Delicata (or Butternut) Squash, Cabbage & Carrot Slaw, Baked Avocado, Arugula, Roast Chicken Thighs, and Pomegranate Arils

• 1 AIP Soups Batch & Freezer Plan (make 4 soups – 16 servings-  in 1-1.5 hours) and features:

  1. Carrot Ginger Soup
  2. Asparagus Soup
  3. Broccoli Mint Soup
  4. Beet Fennel Soup

 

Freezer cooking plans

Be prepared for busy nights or emergencies. These are easy to do – just dump a bunch of ingredients into a bag and freeze. Make a whole bunch of meals in a one-hour session.

Then when you need the meal, simply thaw, and then throw into an Instant Pot, slow cooker, or stove/oven.

They’ve all been tested on several families – with kids and spouses NOT on AIP – to make sure they’re delicious enough to have everyone eat. No need to make separate meals for you AND your family, especially when you’re busy.

Freezer Cooking Plan # 1 features:

  1. Honey Chicken
  2. Pineapple Burgers
  3. Asian Baked Salmon
  4. Honey Lime Pork Tacos
  5. Pork Chops with Fig Sauce
  6. Pesto Chicken Bake
  7. Glazed Baby Back Ribs

Freezer Cooking Plan # 2 features:

 

  1. Moroccan Chicken
  2. Sweet-and-Sour Meatloaf
  3. Lemon Caper Cod
  4. Broccoli and Sweet Potato Soup
  5. Cherry Balsamic Pot Roast
  6. NoMato Sauce
  7. Lemon Garlic Shrimp

Freezer Cooking Plan # 3 features:

  1. Orange Chicken
  2. Ginger Orange Shredded Beef
  3. Ground Beef Stroganoff
  4. Adobo Fish
  5. Pork Loin with Garlic Cream Sauce
  6. Honey Ham
  7. Thai Chicken Soup

 Freezer Cooking Plan # 4 (Grilling!) features:

  1. Rosemary Lemon Chicken
  2. Grilled Shrimp Skewers
  3. Mongolian Beef
  4. Hamburgers
  5. Lemony Tarragon Fish
  6. Pineapple Ginger Pork Chops
  7. Balsamic Chicken Thighs

 

AIP Soups Freezer Batch Plan features:

  1. Carrot Ginger Soup
  2. Asparagus Soup
  3. Broccoli Mint Soup
  4. Beet Fennel Soup

Recipes galore

Currently, in addition to the Freezer Meal Plans and Batch Cooking Plan there are recipes for:

•Breakfast Coconut Cream Parfaits (with several flavors suggestions, like “Chocolate” Banana, Orange Creamsicle, Carrot Cake, Pumpkin Pie, Mango Kiwi, and Golden Milk. Plus many different topping suggestions)

• Sweet potato bowls with tons of topping ideas

•List of coffee alternatives

• AIP Flatbread Wrap recipes – like a Gryo wrap, a Beet Mash, a Ham and easy Fig Jam wrap, and a Root Veg & Avocado Mash Wrap

• a Mix & Match Tropical Themed Dinner plan (9 protein ideas + recipes, 11 side ideas + recipes, 7 sauce ideas + recipes, 13 “extras” ideas – all of which go together well so you can easily mix-and-match into a meal. Plus some ideas of what to easily, without much more work, serve non-AIP family members as well to make it more familiar to them)

•An easy side dishes booklet (dishes that are easy to prep without much fuss or hands-on work)

• A list of AIP snacks you can easily get on-the-go at most grocery stores

• I’m also working on getting EVERY recipe into a traditional recipe gallery where you click on a picture to be brought to a specific recipe and also can narrow down the recipes by categories, like “Slow Cooker” “Main Course” “Less than 30 minutes” and “Good for Company”

 

I’ll be adding to this list frequently.

Access to Members-only Facebook Group

Connect with others on AIP and going through the same thing via our private members-only Facebook group! Ask questions, give and get support, share tips and recipes, and have a group of others that “get you”. This is especially helpful if you don’t have that support network at home – let us be your support!

WHAT’S COMING:
AIP-related
I’ll be adding classes on exercise and fitness with autoimmune diseases, meditation, and stress relief, as well as more recipes, batch cooking plans, and freezer cooking meals.

 

 

Cooking Classes

Coming up over the next few months:

• I’ll be adding mini-courses on how to use your Instant Pot, dehydrating, fermenting, baking with Paleo flours (and without eggs), and more.

• How to make coconut and tigernut milk

• How to cook bacon in the oven

• How to cut up a whole chicken

• How to roast a whole chicken

• How to grill

• How to roast garlic

• How to make dairy-free ice cream

• How to render your own lard

• How to make whipped coconut cream

Paleo Course
I’ll also be adding an equivalent How to Do Paleo course with batch cooking plans, freezer cooking plans, etc since many people transition off of AIP to Paleo.
What You Want
I really want this to be the most helpful resource for you, so if there are topics that you want me to cover or go deeper on, let me know!