What can you eat on the autoimmune AIP paleo diet? Here is the list of foods you can and can not eat on the AIP/Paleo Diet.
A standard AIP protocol involves eliminating all foods not allowed for the Paleo and AIP diet for 60 days, after which you can begin reintroducing foods not allowed on AIP one at a time, keeping careful notes about how each food makes you feel. If you can successfully reintroduce something with no symptoms then you can add that food back into your diet permanently.
Foods Not Allowed on the Basic Paleo Diet
- Vegetable or Seed Oils
- No additives/preservatives
- Not a problem if you just avoid all processed foods
Additional Foods Not allowed on AIP
- Seed based spices (detailed list of seed based spices)
- Nightshade Vegetables
- Peppers/Pepper based spices
- Emulsifiers or thickeners
- Guar gum
- Limit Fruit to 2-5 servings per day
Foods You Should Eat While on The Paleo/AIP Diet
- Except for nightshades
- Corn is not a vegetable
- Except limit to 2-5 servings per day
- Bone broth
- Fermented foods
For this diet I will start by eliminating all foods not allowed for the Paleo and AIP diet for 60 days. I will start on January 2, 2017 and follow the strict elimination AIP diet until March 2, 2017. On March 2, I will begin reintroducing foods not allowed on AIP one at a time, keeping careful notes about how each food makes me feel.
If you need help getting started or thinking of AIP friendly menus, take a look at what I ate for my first week of the Paleo/AIP diet
This information is Adapted from The Essential AIP Cookbook by Louise and Jeremy Hendron