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AIP Diet (Autoimmune Protocol Diet)

A MyFibroTeam Member

I’m just starting the AIP diet. It’s similar to the Paleo diet but more restrictive. I’m just curious if anyone has tried it and had success with it. Thank you ahead of time for any information.

posted July 1, 2022
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A MyFibroTeam Member

I am on a modified paleo diet.

posted July 7, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

Debra, everyone’s different so I don’t know for sure. It’s just what happened to Elise and I. Not sure about vitamins. Just make sure you eat one or two whole grains a day.💞
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posted July 7, 2022
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@A MyFibroTeam Member,
Oh no! I don’t want to lose my hair. It’s already very thin. I think it’s from Remicade but I can’t go without my infusions.
I am taking supplements. Maybe those will help.. you think??
Love you… sweet friend.

posted July 7, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

Primarily paleo diet. Only grain I am not allergic to is oats( gluten free organic and non gmo) and I can eat small amounts of dairy if cooked in something baked

posted July 2, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

I had to look this up as I have never heard of it. The autoimmune protocol diet has been attributed to Loren Cordain, PhD, a scientist who discovered that certain foods can sometimes trigger inflammation in people with autoimmune disease. Author Robb Wolf outlined the autoimmune protocol in his book, The Paleo Solution, introducing it as an elimination diet. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD, (also known as The Paleo Mom) became interested in the autoimmune protocol, researched the science behind it, and wrote about it in her book, The Paleo Approach. Dr. Ballantyne is considered a leading expert on the autoimmune protocol.
Foods That Are Allowed and Disallowed on the Autoimmune Protocol Diet
AIP diet allows you to eat:

Meat (preferably grass-fed) and fish
Vegetables, excluding nightshade vegetables
Sweet potatoes
Fruit in small quantities
Coconut milk
Avocado, olive, and coconut oil
Dairy-free fermented foods (such as kombucha, sauerkraut, kefir made with coconut milk, or kimchi)
Honey or maple syrup in small quantities
Fresh nonseed herbs (such as basil, mint, or oregano)
Green tea, and nonseed herbal teas
Bone broth
Grass-fed gelatin and arrowroot starch

The AIP diet does not allow you to eat:

All grains (including oats, wheat, and rice)
All dairy
Nuts and seeds
Legumes and beans
Nightshade vegetables (tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, peppers)
All sugars, including alternative sugars, such as stevia and xylitol
Butter and ghee (clarified butter)
Oils (other than coconut oil, olive oil, and avocado oil, which are allowed)
Herbs derived from seeds
Food additives or processed foods

posted July 1, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

Never heard of it.

posted July 1, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

Oh gosh I can’t imagine anything more restrictive than Paleo. I lost quite a bit of weight. But it wasn’t good for me going off of most grains. Elise and I both started having hair loss. We’re all different and you may not have that side effect. Good luck 💗

posted July 1, 2022

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