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 Autoimmune diseases are now epidemic, with modern science offering those who are diagnosed limited solutions. Given this, many people suffering from these conditions have searched for alternatives using nutrition and lifestyle changes. In The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, Mickey Trescott provides a resource for those looking to embark on the Autoimmune Protocol--a version of  Autoimmune diseases are now epidemic, with modern science offering those who are diagnosed limited solutions. Given this, many people suffering from these conditions have searched for alternatives using nutrition and lifestyle changes. In The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, Mickey Trescott provides a resource for those looking to embark on the Autoimmune Protocol--a version of an ancestral diet that is focused both on removing potential food triggers as well as healing the gut. Research shows there is a clear connection between diet and autoimmune disease, and many, including the author, have used these principles to heal their bodies from these debilitating conditions and their accompanying symptoms. With the information and recipes in this book, you can embark on this process for yourself--without suffering through bland and tasteless "allergen-free" meals. Instead, with all of the incredible food you will be enjoying, you may forget that you are achieving better wellness! In the first section of the book, you will learn all about the Autoimmune Protocol--what it is, why it works, and which foods you should eat and avoid while on the elimination diet. Instructions are given on how to clear your pantry of questionable ingredients and replace them with healing, nutrient-dense whole foods. Also included are sections on food quality, a shopping guide, tips and tricks to make the protocol go more smoothly, as well as ideas for batch-cooking and breakfast. Mickey provides two, 4-week meal plans, each of them corresponding with recipes from the book and featuring detailed shopping lists. Armed with this information, anyone can integrate the Autoimmune Protocol in to their routine! In addition to the introductory material, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook includes 112 delicious recipes suitable for anyone on the strictest phase of the Autoimmune Protocol--no grains, beans, dairy, eggs, nuts, seeds, or nightshades. Although this is quite the list of exclusions, Mickey offers unique, flavorful, and delicious meals suitable for a variety of occasions and preferences. You will find simple recipes that anyone can make for a weeknight dinner, as well as more elaborate preparations for those who want to enjoy with company or for a special occasion. Full-page photos for every recipe show you what to expect and inspire you to create beautiful meals of your own. With the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook as your guide, you'll be inspired to take your health into your own hands--finding better health in the face of autoimmunity, while thoroughly enjoying every last bite!


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 Autoimmune diseases are now epidemic, with modern science offering those who are diagnosed limited solutions. Given this, many people suffering from these conditions have searched for alternatives using nutrition and lifestyle changes. In The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, Mickey Trescott provides a resource for those looking to embark on the Autoimmune Protocol--a version of  Autoimmune diseases are now epidemic, with modern science offering those who are diagnosed limited solutions. Given this, many people suffering from these conditions have searched for alternatives using nutrition and lifestyle changes. In The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, Mickey Trescott provides a resource for those looking to embark on the Autoimmune Protocol--a version of an ancestral diet that is focused both on removing potential food triggers as well as healing the gut. Research shows there is a clear connection between diet and autoimmune disease, and many, including the author, have used these principles to heal their bodies from these debilitating conditions and their accompanying symptoms. With the information and recipes in this book, you can embark on this process for yourself--without suffering through bland and tasteless "allergen-free" meals. Instead, with all of the incredible food you will be enjoying, you may forget that you are achieving better wellness! In the first section of the book, you will learn all about the Autoimmune Protocol--what it is, why it works, and which foods you should eat and avoid while on the elimination diet. Instructions are given on how to clear your pantry of questionable ingredients and replace them with healing, nutrient-dense whole foods. Also included are sections on food quality, a shopping guide, tips and tricks to make the protocol go more smoothly, as well as ideas for batch-cooking and breakfast. Mickey provides two, 4-week meal plans, each of them corresponding with recipes from the book and featuring detailed shopping lists. Armed with this information, anyone can integrate the Autoimmune Protocol in to their routine! In addition to the introductory material, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook includes 112 delicious recipes suitable for anyone on the strictest phase of the Autoimmune Protocol--no grains, beans, dairy, eggs, nuts, seeds, or nightshades. Although this is quite the list of exclusions, Mickey offers unique, flavorful, and delicious meals suitable for a variety of occasions and preferences. You will find simple recipes that anyone can make for a weeknight dinner, as well as more elaborate preparations for those who want to enjoy with company or for a special occasion. Full-page photos for every recipe show you what to expect and inspire you to create beautiful meals of your own. With the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook as your guide, you'll be inspired to take your health into your own hands--finding better health in the face of autoimmunity, while thoroughly enjoying every last bite!

30 review for The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook: An Allergen-Free Approach To Managing Chronic Illness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nat

    Okay, yes, there's a lot of ridiculous, but they also offer a ton of good recipes that won't make my body want to die, so deal with it - FOUR STARS.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    Really good background and the recipes, so far, have been very easy to follow. The only dings is there's not anything on beverages, side dish suggestions for each meal, nor any online references to ask about allowed vs disallowed items. For example, the first breakfast is beef & herb patties (delicious), but two of those patties alone do not make a breakfast. From reading her one page on "breakfast" I thought to add fresh fruit and sauteed kale. Since I'm new to this, a complete menu for eac Really good background and the recipes, so far, have been very easy to follow. The only dings is there's not anything on beverages, side dish suggestions for each meal, nor any online references to ask about allowed vs disallowed items. For example, the first breakfast is beef & herb patties (delicious), but two of those patties alone do not make a breakfast. From reading her one page on "breakfast" I thought to add fresh fruit and sauteed kale. Since I'm new to this, a complete menu for each day (not just the main course) would be appreciated at least for the first week. Now, there is a chapter on beverages I can make - like smoothies and power drinks. But, what I'm looking for is what I can drink every day. Water, I'm guessing is fine, but what about iced tea? Hot tea? Coconut water? It mentions "tea" as an allowable "spice", so I'm guessing I can have tea... but a brief section on allowed beverages would be great. There is a section on what's not allowed (alcohol and coffee). A web group or forum (like on facebook or a website) where I could ask such questions would be very helpful. There is a short list of what you're allowed or not allowed to eat, but it's not exhaustive. As I don't fully understand how it was generated (other than the grains & night shades), I want to ask questions like: are green beans allowed at first? Snap peas are, and they seem similar to me... Still, I'm hoping to see some positive health changes and I like the systematic approach to reintroducing foods and the tons of easy recipes to get started.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mischenko

    I love this cookbook, but it took me awhile to get used to the taste of many of the recipes. The soups are my favorite. A few recipes I'll probably never make, but overall good to have on your shelf.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    To be honest, I quit reading it and didn't feel like finishing it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Josianne Fitzgerald

    Excellent primer for cooks new to the autoimmune paleo protocol. Almost all of the recipes are delicious and straightforward. I appreciate the short list of ingredients for each recipe and the simple instructions. The photography and food styling is beautiful, using mostly the same wood table as background but underlining how the same good quality ingredients can produce great results even though they might seem few in number. This AIP cookbook brings the protocol down to my beginner level. I've Excellent primer for cooks new to the autoimmune paleo protocol. Almost all of the recipes are delicious and straightforward. I appreciate the short list of ingredients for each recipe and the simple instructions. The photography and food styling is beautiful, using mostly the same wood table as background but underlining how the same good quality ingredients can produce great results even though they might seem few in number. This AIP cookbook brings the protocol down to my beginner level. I've already started to feel better and am hoping my health issues will improve even more as I continue with it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Orenda

    Well organized and easy to follow. This made my transition to Paleo easier and I found some go-to recipes. There are a few recipes that did not really work (i.e. ranch dressing) but I'm still happy I purchased this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sally B

    This has become my go-to cookbook since being diagnosed with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. I love all the pictures. I have cooked my way through it for the most part and some of the recipes are mainstays. Even my husband- who doesn't need to eat AIP enjoys all of the recipes.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sinclair

    AIP and Mickey Trescott have significantly helped my health. Highly recommend this for anyone struggling with autoimmune, gut health, "wtf is wrong with me" questions. The handbook is probably even better, but this cookbook combined with their podcast is great.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    A game changer- this is the book I have been waiting for! I can't wait to make every single recipe.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Levie

    Got this as an ebook before a published copy was even an option! So helpful for starting AIP, and tons of the recipes have stayed in our regular rotation as they're just plain delicious.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This book is fantastic. Beautifully presented, easy to understand, and with plans and recipes to make following this healing plan about as easy as it could be with all the cooking involved. I have learned that cooking 3 meals a day and avoiding certain foods while adding in other very nutritious foods makes me feel so much better, and while I'm not on the AIP elimination diet currently, I am considering it for gut healing since the Whole30 helped me SO much but I'm not quite 100% better. Yes, co This book is fantastic. Beautifully presented, easy to understand, and with plans and recipes to make following this healing plan about as easy as it could be with all the cooking involved. I have learned that cooking 3 meals a day and avoiding certain foods while adding in other very nutritious foods makes me feel so much better, and while I'm not on the AIP elimination diet currently, I am considering it for gut healing since the Whole30 helped me SO much but I'm not quite 100% better. Yes, cooking so much and eating only whole, real foods seems extreme in our current American culture, but our ancestors of less than 100 years ago knew nothing different and we humans seem to have a very narrow view of what "normal" is. This book is wonderful for anyone starting out on an Autoimmune Paleo path, but we all need to remember it's not a life plan. It's an elimination diet meant to be temporary, allowing for healing and also noticing which foods cause the most problems so they can be avoided for a longer period. I want to thank the author for making such a beautifully photographed, easy to follow cookbook.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I like the author's backstory, which is kind of weird to say for a cookbook. I like that they were a devoted vegan for so long, because I think it makes them seem more balanced about paleo. I'm not paleo or vegan, or any other catch phrase. The author's experience is one I've heard often from vegans with thyroid related illness. Obviously not always, we're all so different. It was interesting to see my experience and views reflected in the authors experience. I may not have Hoshimoto's, but clos I like the author's backstory, which is kind of weird to say for a cookbook. I like that they were a devoted vegan for so long, because I think it makes them seem more balanced about paleo. I'm not paleo or vegan, or any other catch phrase. The author's experience is one I've heard often from vegans with thyroid related illness. Obviously not always, we're all so different. It was interesting to see my experience and views reflected in the authors experience. I may not have Hoshimoto's, but close enough. Plus, since they were vegan they are not eager to eat the 'gross' things some hard core carnivores are (I say this knowing they are only gross because of modern over sensitivity to reality of food production). I was VERY happy for an alternative to mayo and no soy in sight.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    This book arrived around 4pm today; I had time to run some already-planned errands and still be eating one of the tasty recipes (coconut crusted cod, although I skipped the mango salsa and just served it on a bed of watercress instead) before 6pm. For me, one of the best features of this book appears to be the two sets of four-week meal plans with shopping lists and tips on batch cooking. Less relevant: it's a beautiful book and for some reason the copy I got smells like linseed oil, filling me This book arrived around 4pm today; I had time to run some already-planned errands and still be eating one of the tasty recipes (coconut crusted cod, although I skipped the mango salsa and just served it on a bed of watercress instead) before 6pm. For me, one of the best features of this book appears to be the two sets of four-week meal plans with shopping lists and tips on batch cooking. Less relevant: it's a beautiful book and for some reason the copy I got smells like linseed oil, filling me with nostalgia for Mrs. Francoeur's oil painting lessons... :-)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Really well done with lots of great info without going into unnecessary detail. Also written with the understanding of budgetary and time limitations which I feel a lot of similar cookbooks tend to neglect. It makes this kind of diet look manageable and not so overwhelming. It would have been nice to have a few more on-the-go snack ideas included.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Seluca

    One of my favorite cookbooks since both the husband and myself can eat every single recipe in it—no small feat! I just made a quad batch of the cherry barbecue sauce for the freezer. At Christmas, I make huge batches of this with frozen cherries to give away as gifts because there's no one in this world who doesn't love it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    Some good recipes and good info, but not as easy for me to use or enticing as whole 30 cookbook. it was really good for me to learn about nightshades and to have some recipes without them though. this book was recommended to me by my physician.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Barb

    There are some great recipes in this book! I have tried the Curried chicken/vegetable soup.....yummy~ I am planning on making the Shrimp and Green Bean stir fry this weekend! I thought the background information given on Autoimmune Paleo was very informative!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristin Herrmann

    Not quite what I needed but some very good recipes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tamaron Loger

    It wasn't as great as I was expecting. There are some decent recipes but I found it underwhelming overall.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alasandra Alawine

    Not very appetizing.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Teferet

    This was a fantastic cookbook. Though a bit limiting, even for Paleo, it had tons of delicious and simple healing recipes. I borrowed this from the library, but I may have to get a copy for myself!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joanne Poyourow

    recipes very plain, definitely felt like "on a strict diet". photography gorgeous.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eileen Sauer

    I'm Hashimoto's for life (and more) but this cookbook was absolutely vital to my learning how to live on a restricted AIP (autoimmune paleo) diet.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    So many delicious recipes.My fav cookbook.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachel B

    I loved that there were so many photos of the recipes in this book! That's very important in a cookbook. I tried a couple of the recipes in this book and wasn't blown away. Several of the recipes (or variations of them) are also available on the Autoimmune Paleo website. I didn't like how so many of the recipes called for coconut products; in particular, another recipe in her book for "coconut concentrate" is a staple in many of her recipes. While I understand the need to have a few staple produc I loved that there were so many photos of the recipes in this book! That's very important in a cookbook. I tried a couple of the recipes in this book and wasn't blown away. Several of the recipes (or variations of them) are also available on the Autoimmune Paleo website. I didn't like how so many of the recipes called for coconut products; in particular, another recipe in her book for "coconut concentrate" is a staple in many of her recipes. While I understand the need to have a few staple products when doing a diet like the Autoimmune Protocol, it would have been nice to just have items I could purchase, rather than to have a 2- or 3-step process that I have to start a week ahead of time (e.g. make recipe 1, which is used in recipe 2, which I need for recipe 3, the actual meal I want to eat).

  26. 5 out of 5

    Angela Boord

    I would have liked to give this cookbook 4.5 stars. For one thing, it's a gorgeous hardback full of beautiful photography which stays open while you're cooking. There is a section of meal plans and grocery lists to make the restrictive autoimmune paleo diet do-able. And the recipes that I've made from the cookbook are, for the most part, really good. (Also, I just used the instructions in this cookbook to render lard from the fat we got when we bought a whole hog for the freezer. I have been put I would have liked to give this cookbook 4.5 stars. For one thing, it's a gorgeous hardback full of beautiful photography which stays open while you're cooking. There is a section of meal plans and grocery lists to make the restrictive autoimmune paleo diet do-able. And the recipes that I've made from the cookbook are, for the most part, really good. (Also, I just used the instructions in this cookbook to render lard from the fat we got when we bought a whole hog for the freezer. I have been putting it off because I thought it was hard, but rendering lard is actually very easy.)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Phantom

    This is a great cookbook for any "beginner chefs" out there. The recipes are simple, well-organized, and the book features some great (and appetizing) photography. What I really like is the inclusion of a meal plan and shopping list at the beginning. The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook may not do everything you need it to if you're suffering from a chronic illness (your diet needs may differ a bit from the AIP), but there are definitely some recipes and concepts here to add to your "keepers" list.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Having Hashimoto's disease, I searched for treatment beyond the thyroid medication my doctor prescribed. Despite taking it consistently, I still felt terrible. After some research, I decided that AIP was worth a shot. Mickey Trescott's cookbook was my anchor. The recipes are simple and easy to follow. They include basic diet staples as well as more complicated recipes for those who want challenged. The beef roast is a staple in my house. Simply delicious!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lavina

    I would give this 4 stars for a beginner and 2-3 stars for more advanced AIP cooks. I thought some of the recipes needed better testing and simplification (of process). If you're savvy with the Internet, you will find many of the same basic recipes on various blogs, so I would say get it from the library first and copy the recipes you can't live without. I liked the relatively newer "Nourish" cookbook better.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

    I only bought this 3 days ago but I've already made 3 recipes from this book! For someone who is 'OK' in the kitchen but doesn't enjoy it a lot, there are recipes in here that are easy to follow and tasty as well. While I'm not fully AIP, I find following a close to AIP diet has helped with managing my psoriasis. I'm looking forward to trying out more of these recipes. PS a lot of these recipes are on Mickey's blog but I still find it handy having the book on hand.

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