3 Mistakes I've Made on AIP | What I ate Autoimmune Paleo Days 33-36


No one says I’m perfect, and even as an AIP Health Coach – I make mistakes. Find out the 3 big ones I’ve made this round of AIP and what I’ve eaten for the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol (AIP) during days 33-36.

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The cookbooks I mention in this video:
Healing Kitchen:
The Autoimmune Paleo cookbook:
The Paleo Healing Cookbook:

The meals I ate:

Day 33

Breakfast – Hash of diced sweet potatoes, apples, onions, and ground pork cooked in a skillet with Primal Palate Breakfast Blend ( ) and fresh arugula

Lunch: (Picnic lunch) Wraps with Downshiftology Cassava Flour tortillas ( ), a guac made of an avocado, a splash of apple cider vinegar, a splash of lime juice, a pinch of garlic powder, and a pinch of sea salt, + prosciutto and mixed greens
Lime La Croix Sparkling Water
Inka Chips Plantain Chips (
AIP Carob Chip Cookie (

Dinner – Paleo on the Go Cuban Picadillo ( I’d recommend getting a side dish to go with this one as it was kind of small

Day 34

Breakfast – AIP Waffles ( – I recommend on this one NOT to eat all of them as it’s a LOT of sugar for one person in one meal
served with sugar-free US Wellness Bacon and a Dandelion Chicory Root “Coffee” (I’m at 1 tsp of dandelion root ( , 1/4 tsp chicory ( , and 1/4 tsp carob powder ( in a french press for 3 minutes with hot water – still working on the perfect combo for me)

Lunch – leftover kalua pork from last week with leftover cassava flour tortilla, guac, radishes, mixed greens, and plantain chips

Dinner – Thai Coconut Chicken Soup from The Paleo Healing Kitchen (see link above in book resources)

Day 35 –

Breakfast – leftover breakfast hash from day 33

Lunch – Leftover Thai soup + black olives

Dinner – Beef Carnitas (recipe from The Healing Kitchen) with baked plantains (yellow plantains sliced and then drizzled with avocado oil and sea salt then baked in the oven at 425 F for 25 minutes, flipping once in the between), shredded red cabbage, cilantro, green onions, shredded carrots, lime wedges
*needed a sauce – next time I’d do an avocado mayo

Day 36

Breakfast – leftover breakfast hash with sliced strawberries and arugula

Lunch – Bacon and Rosemary Beef Liver Pate (recipe from the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook – see link above in Books) over sweet potato toast and garnished with radishes and arugula + leftover carnitas and plantains

Dinner – AIP Orange Teriyaki Chicken Meatballs by AIP Lifestyle ( ) * I use ground pork instead of chicken
and Roasted Broccoli (without the red pepper flakes or black pepper):

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8 thoughts on “3 Mistakes I've Made on AIP | What I ate Autoimmune Paleo Days 33-36

    Jeremy K Melb

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    I was unpleasantly surprised how stress and over exertion are really bad too. Thanks for your videos .


    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Hey this is great! If you get a chance check out my aip/Paleo videos:

    takeitorleaveit304 Montana

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Any tips for a vegan on AIP I so desperately need help!!

    Dream Abyss

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Great recipes but in my opinion they are too involved for AIP. Maybe after being on AIP for a few months one can move towards this style of cooking if time allows. I suggest that anyone starting off with AIP should do whole30 then eliminate the foods that are not AIP compliant. That will give your body time to adjust to restrictive eating (addictions to carbs and sugar). Once whole30 is complete, have simple meals made with less than 3 or 4 ingredients using Whole Organic Foods. Try to keep your over-all ingredients simple for the first 3 to 4 weeks. You might get bored but keep going until your symptoms start to improve. At that point you can being reintroductions slowly over time as a celebration. This will give your gut time to heal and let you know if you are on the right track. If you make elaborate meals and your symptoms don't improve, how would you know which food or activity is causing it? Finally, look at your environment to make sure it's clean and healthy. And look at what kind of pans you are cooking with. Stick with stainless steel or cast iron. Everything else you might have a sensitivity to it due to toxins from teflon etc.

    Anna Iurchenko

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Should you still eat sauerkraut despite all the bloating and gas? I'm having these symptoms as well

    Joseph Forbes

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    I thought tortillas, chips, waffles etc. are a no no for auto immune diet.


    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Great video! One of the WORST mistakes I made early on was doing the reintro phase too early. Hope you continue to have awesome results!

    Myrtle Groggins

    (June 29, 2019 - 12:58 pm)

    Thank you for this! I'm starting on Monday and it's good to hear what other people have recognized as mistakes. Very helpful!

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