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FREE Back to Basics Guide to the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)

FREE Back to Basics Guide to the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)

I am SO excited to release this FREE autoimmune protocol (AIP) resource! It is ALL about keeping the autoimmune protocol simple. You can snag this FREE Back to Basics Guide to the Autoimmune Protocol below!

Eating according to the autoimmune protocol gave me my life back after hitting my rock bottom and my subsequent Hashimoto”s diagnosis.

With this in mind, I am SO passionate about sharing the AIP love and spreading awareness that what you eat DOES matter!

You CAN find wellness. You CAN feel better. It will not be easy, but it will be SO worth it!

My FREE Back to Basics Guide to the Autoimmune Protocol helps simplify the autoimmune protocol, and even includes a customizable template you can use for your meal planning and grocery shopping!

I always love to see what others’ AIP favorites are, so as a bonus, I included a sneak peek of all of my favorite AIP foods!

Starting the autoimmune protocol can feel overwhelming, but it REALLY has the potential to make a world of difference in the lives of autoimmune disease sufferers!

It is my hope that this free resource helps you as you or a loved one begin or fine tune the autoimmune protocol (AIP).

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Comments (4)

I am so sorry that you have an autoimmune disease. Reading your story brought back my memory of leaving the doctors office after being diagnosed with MS. Giving the an illness a name does not make things better. It is a small relief to know there is a course of treatment. I felt betrayed by my body. I fought back the fear of things that were yet unknown. I truly admire your determination to fight your illness.You give hope and courage to others. You are a shining example to others by your determination to lead as healthy a life as possible. Thank you for making your journey public and sharing what you learn along the way. I will be following your blog with great interest. God bless and keep you.

Barbara, I so appreciate your kind works, encouragement, and support. I relate to what you shared about feeling betrayed by your body. I felt the same way. It took me time to learn to love my body, instead of fear it. The fear of the unknown also felt overwhelming. I fought the urge to think about the “what ifs” and instead just focused on putting one foot in front of the other. During times of flare, I go back to just putting one foot in front of the other. I am honored to share my story, and feel so blessed when others share a piece of their’s with me. Thank you for sharing, and for your support. It means so much to me. Hugs!

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