Boxes and cans everywhere and more non-perishables than you could shake a stick at. And then I moved here and found myself with just one teeny tiny little cabinet to keep all my pantry items in. Good thing I went Paleo shortly thereafter—ditching all those boxes of cereal, bags of flour, canned soups, beans, and bags of rice sure cleared up a lot of space! Here are my favorite AIP ingredients to keep on hand! Do you need all of them? Absolutely not; it depends on what kind of and how much cooking and baking you plan to do! But whatever, right?
By Sophie Van Tiggelen 47 Comments. You might wonder which items you should keep in your kitchen pantry to make your life easier! I have compiled a list of my AIP pantry staples. These are all ingredients compliant with the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol. Along with lots of fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, and seafood, these items represent the core of my diet. I can find most of these items at my local health food store. As a general rule, always read your labels carefully and avoid any additives, preservatives, chemicals, and added sugar. Sophie Van Tiggelen is a passionate foodie, recipe developer, author, and photographer.
The autoimmune protocol AIP diet aims to reduce inflammation and relieve other symptoms of autoimmune disorders. What can a person eat on this diet, and is there evidence of any benefits? An autoimmune disease causes the immune system to attack and damage healthy tissues or organs by mistake. Common examples of this type of disease include psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus. An autoimmune disease can cause inflammation, and fatigue is another common symptom. Depending on the condition, additional symptoms may include pain, swelling, skin changes, and a fever. The AIP diet may help reduce inflammation and other symptoms of autoimmune conditions. Learn more about the diet and its potential effects below.