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Creating Boundaries for the Sake of Your Health

“Being able to say “No” is a necessary ingredient in a healthy lifestyle.” ― David W. Earle The further you dig into this health caper, the more you realise that it’s all about you… And, that can be counter-intuitive for most of us. It’s very likely we’ve grown up in an environment where we’ve been taught Read More

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A Nemesis That is Sugar

If,  20 years ago they had told me that my favorite comfort food was a health risk to me, I would replied, with my feisty ‘Britishness’, that they were 200% wrong.  If they had told me as a kid, that the comfort my Nan brought to me with her “Sweetie Tin” would harm me, I Read More

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June: A Few of Our Favorite Things

“It ain’t no fun if the homies can’t have none.”  – Snoop Dogg We’re with Snoop. As health coaches, both Emma and Jo often come across new (and existing) products and services that enhance this AIP lifestyle we’re living in some way. Since we reckon we should take some time to share the love, this is the second in Read More

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Do You Suffer From AIP Creepage?

My goals may seem impossibly far-fetched when really they’re not. Break them down into steps and see how I accomplish great things. I can easily reach from A to B. I can manage from B to C. I can then make it from C to D. And so eventually, I will find my way from Read More

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May: A Few of Our Favorite Things

  “It ain’t no fun if the homies can’t have none.”  – Snoop Dogg We’re with Snoop. As health coaches, both Emma and Jo often come across new (and existing) products and services that enhance this AIP lifestyle we’re living in some way. We reckon we should take some time to share the love. So, we’re starting a new Read More

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The Reintroduction Process: Planning and Preparation

“In life, most short cuts end up taking longer than taking the longer route.” ― Suzy Kassem We have some bad news: There are no short cuts with the reintroduction process.  Just as planning and preparation increases your chances of success on the elimination phase of Autoimmune Protocol, the same is true of the reintroduction phase. Read More

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The Reintroduction Process: Creating Your Baseline

We often gain awareness through a baseline comparison between now and next. ― Sharon Weil Today’s post is short and sweet. But, it is a very important step in your personal AIP experience, not least because of all the effort you have given to your elimination phase of the protocol. Today we discuss the importance of establishing Read More

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The Reintroduction Process: Balancing Life Style Factors

For those of us with an autoimmune disease, the profound effect that other factors have on our lives – such as work-life balance, stress management, relationships, our state of mind – all have on our health can often be more powerful than diet changes. Balancing Life Style Factors are essential to your overall health. Removing Read More

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The Reintroduction Process: Food and Mood Diary

“Please read my diary, look through my things and figure me out.” ― Kurt Cobain Have you been keeping a food and mood diary during the course of your elimination phase? If your answer was ‘no’ – this post is for you! A little background There are several factors which influence the make-up of your Read More

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Personal Responsibility: The Four Agreements + Giveaway

“Also, go inside and listen to your body, because your body will never lie to you. Your mind will play tricks, but the way you feel in your heart, in your guts, is the truth.” ― Miguel Ruiz, “The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” Today I am sharing a very special and Read More