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Whether you struggle with autoimmune disease or any other chronic illness, the Autoimmune Protocol (more commonly referred to as “the AIP”) can be an amazingly therapeutic, restorative, healing solution. It is designed to provide the immune system with both the resources and opportunity to regulate itself, reducing inflammation and immune attacks, thereby mitigating a whole host of conditions. Personally, it helps me manage my own autoimmune conditions–Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, fibromyalgia, psoriasis, and lichen planus–and is an absolutely wonderful way for anyone to focus on healing and nutrient density.

But, I know that this lifestyle isn’t without its challenges – preparing compliant meals that are bursting with flavor (while not spending all day in the kitchen) being one of the biggest! That’s why I set out to compile my favorite AIP recipes into one amazing package. The result is The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015, an e-book with contributions from 35 of the finest AIP bloggers in our community, with nearly 200 of the absolute best fully AIP-compliant recipes!

BOAIP Cover in iPadNever heard of the Autoimmune Protocol? It’s a therapeutic version of the Paleo diet, specifically designed to address diet and lifestyle factors contributing to autoimmune disease (it’s also relevant for any immune dysfunction or inflammation). By removing the foods that contribute to a leaky gut, gut dysbiosis (the wrong numbers, relative quantities, or types of microorganisms typically growing in the wrong locations in your gut), hormone imbalance, and that stimulate inflammation and the immune system, you can create the opportunity for your body to heal.

By addressing important lifestyle factors and changing your focus to eating nutrient-dense foods that support optimal gut health (and optimal health of your gut microorganisms), that restore levels of important nutrients and provide all of the building blocks that your body needs to heal and properly regulate the immune system, and that help resolve inflammation and support organ function, you create an environment in your body conducive to healing.

In my books The Paleo Approach, The Paleo Approach Cookbook and The Healing Kitchen, I provide lots of background for this way of eating and tons of recipes. But since I began my AIP journey, so many amazing bloggers have committed their time and talents to creating phenomenal recipes for our community. I wanted to bring my favorites together in The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015, so you can find inspiration from across this amazingly supportive and dedicated community, all in one place!

The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 is a collection of the best recipes from the AIP community. No only do you get 200 amazing recipes in this e-book, but an introduction to a wealth of resources via this book’s 35 talented contributors.

Get instant access to this fantastic AIP cookbook for only $19.99.

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Like all my books, this collection includes more than recipes. It also contains the basic why’s and how’s behind the AIP, meaning it’s a complete guide to getting started on the protocol. You’ll find a basic explanation of the scientific foundations of the AIP, as well as lists of Foods to Avoid and Foods to Eat. I also detail the importance of food quality, and give you resources and recommendations for stocking your pantry!

Depending on where you are in your healing, you might find the section on reintroducing foods helpful as well! Yep, this e-book is much more than just a collection of recipes. It’s really all you need to get going in the kitchen!

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So, now down to the really good stuff: the recipes! When I say the “best” AIP recipes of 2015, what do I mean? I’m talking about EVERYTHING, from condiments to soups to beverages to side dishes, main dishes and, of course, desserts! These are the recipes that the entire AIP blogging community is most proud of, all in one collection!

Inside, you’ll find recipes for:

  • Coconut Milk Chai by Mickey Trescott of Autoimmune-Paleo
  • Yellow Squash Cheese Sauce by Tara Perillo of Paleo Cajun Lady
  • Wild Mushroom and Parsnip Stuffing by Simone Miller of Zenbelly
  • Persimmon and Fennel Salad by Sophie Van Tiggelen of A Squirrel in the Kitchen
  • Hard Cider and Maple Brined Pork Belly by Angie Alt of Autoimmune-Paleo
  • Slow Cooker Pork Pot Roast with Onion Apple Gravy by Eileen Laird of Phoenix Helix
  • Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls by Bethany Tapp of Adventures in Partaking
  • Lemon Coconut Cheesecake Bites by Alessandra of The Foodie Teen
  • ….and more!

This e-book will also introduce you to a wealth of resources via this book’s 35 talented contributors.  Even though there are some pretty recognizable names on the roster, my favorite thing about this collaborative format is that it gives you so much access to such a huge variety of bloggers – you’re definitely going to find someone here you haven’t heard of before and new recipes to love!

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I absolutely love how awesome, dedicated and tight-knit the AIP community is. There really is nothing like it! This e-book is a celebration of that community. Download it here and don’t miss out!


Frequently Asked Questions

When you purchase The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015, you will be emailed (to the account that your PayPal address is linked to) a confirmation that contains a download link for your new recipe ebook! Make sure to check your SPAM folder if you don’t see it!

When you click the download link provided in the e-mail, the file that you will download is a type of file called a PDF file. The file is approximately 6MB so it may take a few minutes to download depending on the speed of your internet connection. You may download this file to view either on your computer or on a mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone. However, if you have trouble downloading the file and you are using a mobile device, please try from a computer instead. If you have trouble on a computer, check your internet access and firewall settings and try downloading the file from a different browser.

Read on your computer:
Once the PDF file is downloaded on to your computer, simply double click on the The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 PDF file to open it. The default program for opening PDF files on most computers is Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you get an error message, you may need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded from for free. If you can’t find where the The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 PDF file is, check your Downloads folder.

Read on your mobile device:
Once the PDF file is downloaded on to your mobile device (eg. smartphone, android phone, iPhone, tablet, iPad, kindle, kindle Fire), there are also several options for opening it to read your new e-book. The Adobe app is available for Android, Kindle and Apple devices. Once the PDF files are on your device, you’ll be able to open them in the Adobe app.

Adding this e-book to iBooks app:
If you have an Apple device, you can sync the PDF file to your device by opening it in iTunes. Be sure to set your device to sync books. Once the file is on your device, you can open it in iBooks, which comes with all Apple devices. If you transfer the The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 PDF file to your apple device, newer devices will automatically save the PDF to iBooks. On older devices, tap the screen to bring up a file menu and click “Open in…” then “iBooks” in the upper right of the screen.

Adding this e-book to a kindle reader or kindle app:
Whether you use a native Kindle or either the Android or Apple apps, the easiest way to transfer the The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 PDF file is to email it to your Kindle. To find your Kindle e-mail address, go to “Manage Your Devices” when logged into Amazon and locate the device you want to send the file to. Look at that device’s tab to locate its unique email address. Send the PDF file to that address in an email! The next time your device is connected to the internet, it will download the file. The e-book can now be found under “Personal Documents” on your Amazon account or “Docs” on your Kindle.

Still having trouble?
If you are still unable to download or access the file, please e-mail with your full name and invoice number for tech support. Also include what operating system, browser, and PDF-reading application you are using. Thank you!

I purchased the Autoimmune Wellness Bundle, is what I have the same thing?
Yes, this version is nearly identical to the version that was provided in the Autoimmune Wellness Bundle. There are only 9 more recipes, and my honest opinion is that 9 recipes is never worth $19.99.

Is there a print version of The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015?
You may have guessed from the title of The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015, that it is my intention to serialize this e-book, with an entirely new collection of recipes each year. This format is not conducive to a print-version, however for those of you who just really prefer to read off of paper books, I did make sure to give The Best of the Autoimmune Protocol 2015 a printer-friendly design! Feel free to print off your own copy at home!

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Hi there, I’m new to the AIP thing and have a big histamine intolerance as well so have to juggle AIP with anti-histamine rich foods while cutting out high histamine foods that are included in AIP. I’m curious however as I’ve been told to avoid all sugar including date sugar/maple syrup etc but I know they are included in some of the recipes.

Sarah discusses added sugars on page 231 of The Paleo Approach. There are certain sugars that are allowed on an AIP diet like date sugar, maple syrup, honey, etc. However, they are to be used in extreme moderation and fructose should be kept to under 20 grams per day. -Kiersten

I received info on the AIP diet from Louise who heads up the Paleo Magazine. I have several autoimmune diseases. The list of inflammatory agents is very controversial. I especially have a problem with your condemnation of eggs. Your hypothesis makes sense but certainly has no scientific validity behind it unless something new has come out. I use eggs as my go to food per my rheum/immunologist.

People put trust in you and the info you provide – I spent quite a bit of money on all these diets which contradict each other. I am so confused. I am just avoiding carbs, grains, and sugar for now.


The reason eggs are avoided on the AIP is discussed on page 113 of The Paleo Approach and references are included in the book as well. Not everyone reacts poorly to eggs, but some people are unable to tolerate them. -Kiersten

I just purchased the Best of AIP 2015.

Is this pdf not indexed with bookmarks? It would make it so much easier to browse!
(I’m using a Mac with Preview at home).


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