As someone who has chronic illness and autoimmune conditions, I know I should be doing everything I can to help out my body and set my health on the right track.
But my health is not my full time job, not is it my full time interest. So I am just trying to make the next best decision I can. I just try to do the next right thing. Continue reading A Cleaner Life… One Step at a Time
Eating AIP in a Third World Country: It is Possible.
I have been eating strict AIP (Autoimmune Protocol or Autoimmune Paleo) for 467 days now. That’s close to 67 weeks, close to 1401 meals. I’ve probably cooked all but 10-12 of those myself (shoutout to Shannon, Kaitlyn, Kandice, and Mom for those awesome meals).
I have also, in that time, done a week hiking trip in Utah in the summer of 2017, a week-long mission trip in Haiti in January 2018, and 10 days in Israel in April 2018. All while being strict AIP.
A lot of people’s advice around domestic travel, even international travel, and restricted eating, goes like this:
- Do lots of research on the restaurants and grocery places near where you’ll be staying
- Pack some snacks
- Book an airbnb or hotel room with a kitchen so you can prep your own food
- immediately go get tons of fresh fruit and veggies and any AIP compliant snacks from the local shop
Except, what if there is no local shop? Continue reading AIP Abroad – Eating AIP in a Third World Country: It is Possible.