The foods I’ve missed most since adopting an AIP diet to support my wellness are from other countries. I’ve longed for comforting Irish fare. I’ve hungered for spicy Thai curries. I’ve bemoaned that I could no longer just order Chinese take out. And I’ve missed sushi. Badly. Continue reading “The Global Paleo AIP Kitchen Cookbook: Allergen-free Eats from Around the World”
It’s been about a year since my last podcast conversation with Kami Lingren of LivingGraceBlog. At that point I was just beginning to return to “normal” after first achieving remission from Lyme disease. In my new interview I open up about the ongoing surprises & challenges of transitioning from living with chronic illness to experiencing a New Wellness. Continue reading “Self-Care Should Not Be Static: Shaping Self-Care for Where You’re At”
If you’ve been following me then you probably already know: I achieved remission from Lyme disease and its major co-infections at the start of the year. Then I totally unplugged & took a some time off, which I talk about in my post: How I Transitioned From a Chronic Illness Identity.
Reaching remission is kinda a big deal, and I realized that what I hadn’t shared what its actually been like after 20+ years of chronic illness & 7+ years of full time treatments, to finally be “better.” Until now. Continue reading “What My Life’s Like After Finally Achieving Remission from Lyme Disease & Chronic Illness”
This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + SCD + GAPS
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Traditional Japanese teriyaki sauce uses only 3 ingredients. My allergen-free adaptation is just as simple, for a teriyaki salmon that’s easy, authentic & and tasty way to include more anti-inflammatory, omega-3 rich fish in your healing diet. Continue reading “Traditional Style Teriyaki Salmon”