Healing with Food
The AIP diet is free from all: gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, nuts and seeds, nightshades, legumes, alcohol, processed sugar and non-nutritive sweeteners, emulsifiers, thickeners, and other yucky food additives.It includes vegetables (except nightshades), fruits, quality meat and fish, herbs and seed-free spices, and healthy fats from those sources. To learn more about the AIP diet, check out Dr. Sarah Ballantyne’s site HERE.
- Low FODMAP
- Low carb
- Oxcalate free
- Low glutamate
- Coconut free
For years I was dealing with a very long list of food intolerances. Add in chronic fatigue and you’ve got the perfect recipe for an inability to prepare most recipes!
When you’ve got limited ingredients and limited energy, getting healthy food on the table isn’t easy. I know exactly how hard it is to cook from scratch while actively healing.
I started Hope Heal Cook in order to share the recipes I was creating while navigating a number of physical and dietary challenges. In order to maintain a healing diet I had to work out a way to cook that was “fatigue friendly.” And since I figured I wasn’t the only one struggling to cook healthy while healing, I later started including Fatigue Friendly Instructions in my recipes.
Learn more about the healing power of food in these posts:
- 6 Reasons Eating Seasonally Supports Self Healing + The AIP By Season Cookbook
- (More coming soon!)
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May you eat well, live well & enjoy a New Wellness.
Forks & hugs,