One of the biggest challenges to putting the autoimmune protocol into practice is finding the time and energy to cook compliant meals every. single. day. And when you throw in additional restrictions like low-histamine? Forget about it! I know how overwhelming diet change can be, especially when we aren’t feeling great to begin with. My new low-histamine AIP meal plans take the fuss out of finding recipes and utilize a wide variety of easy-to-find ingredients without requiring a lot of time in the kitchen. That means you can spend less time stressing about what to eat and get back out there and live your life!
Why Did I Write This Book?
While the number of resources available to those undertaking the autoimmune protocol has grown exponentially in the past few years, there are very few resources for anyone on the autoimmune protocol who must also restrict their histamine intake due to MAST cell disorders or other histamine issues. As if no grains, legumes, dairy, eggs, nightshades, nuts, seeds, or alcohol wasn’t daunting enough, a low-histamine diet also eliminates foods like spinach, grapes, pineapple, ferments, and canned goods. Many of these high-histamine foods are staples of the autoimmune protocol, leaving many wondering “what can I eat?” With this guide, you’ll find:
- simple, nutritious recipes requiring a minimal amount of time and effort
- a huge selection of cuisines and flavors showcasing the variety available even on this restricted diet
- meal plans and shopping lists take the guesswork out of finding recipes and stocking your kitchen
I hope that with my simple recipes and the variety of flavors and ingredients I have used, you will find that a low-histamine AIP diet is not only do-able, but enjoyable! So, let’s get cooking so that you can get fed, get well, and get out of the kitchen!
28 Days of Low-Histamine AIP Features
- 4 1-week meal plans with shopping lists
- 36 low-histamine AIP recipes including Chicken Schawarma, Chicken Lo Mein, Cabbage Roll Stir-Fry, and more!
- Tips for saving time in the kitchen
- Reliable resources for additional information on the autoimmune protocol
The histamine content of foods changes wildly depending on how fresh that food is and not everyone with histamine intolerance will react the same to every food, even supposedly low-histamine ones. This is why there aren’t more low-histamine meal plans and recipes: Histamine is so finicky that it’s impossible to guarantee any given recipe will work for everyone.
This meal plan adheres to the well-researched list available in The Paleo Approach, omitting the most established high-histamine and histamine-releasing foods at the time of publication. For those just discovering their histamine issues, it can provide a good baseline for their elimination diet. For those with additional intolerances, there may be ingredients that have to be omitted or replaced. By purchasing this book, you acknowledge that you have read these statements and understand the risks.
You can preview the list of omitted autoimmune protocol foods on my low-histamine foods list.
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