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AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll

AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll

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The holidays are definitely a time to indulge in yummy desserts, but enjoying them while sticking to your dietary protocol is often a challenge. This year, it doesn’t have to be! Try this AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll with blood…

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Dr. Myers’ Toddy

Dr. Myers’ Toddy

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I absolutely love this cleansing anti-inflammatory tea! It is warm and soothing in the winter months, and is refreshing served over ice in the spring and summer. I usually make this once or twice per week. I store it in…

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Coconut-Chai Gut Soothing Smoothie

Coconut-Chai Gut Soothing Smoothie

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Replace that sugar-laden (and energy draining) chai latte with this gut soothing smoothie for a healthy and energizing morning treat. Nutritional Benefits: Cinnamon has been shown to help regulate and balance blood sugars as well as fight fungal/bacterial infections. Ginger…

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Cardamom Spiced Cauliflower Soup

Cardamom Spiced Cauliflower Soup

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Cauliflower is a staple for most of us on the Autoimmune Protocol. It was time for some variety in my cauliflower recipes! This basic soup is simple, but delicious. Cardamom Spiced Cauliflower Soup Course Main Dish Protocol Autoimmune Solution (AIP), Candida…

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Ginger Garlic Asparagus

Ginger Garlic Asparagus

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Add a green veggie side to any meal with this quick and simple Ginger Garlic Asparagus! Ginger Garlic Asparagus Course Side Dish Protocol Autoimmune Solution (AIP), Candida Control and SIBO, Elimination Diet, Paleo, Thyroid Connection Servings 2-4 Servings: Recipe Servings Units:…

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Belgian Endive and Pear Salad

Belgian Endive and Pear Salad

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This Belgian Endive and Pear Salad is an adventurous combination of sweet, savory, and tangy flavors. It’s loaded with fresh, whole-food ingredients and only takes a few minutes to put together. It’s topped with a homemade lemon, garlic, and ginger…

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