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AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) Recipes that are anti-inflammatory, designed for individuals trying to control their systemic inflammation. Grain-free, dairy-free, nightshade-free, no legumes, nuts, seeds, sugar, or alcohol. These healthy meals are great for those following an AIP diet as well as people who just love a good clean meal. In spite of all the restrictions, these nutrient-dense recipes are absolutely delicious and don’t sacrifice great flavor for the sake of being low-inflammatory.

AIP Chicken Tikka Masala (Nightshade-Free)

AIP Chicken Tikka Masala that is nightshade-free, dairy-free and low-inflammatory. This delicious rendition of classic Indian Chicken Tikka Masala is ideal for those who eat an Autoimmune Protocol Diet (also known as Autoimmune Paleo), a nightshade-free diet, or simply enjoy a delicious anti-inflammatory meal.

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Creamy Turmeric Ginger Baked Sockeye Salmon

Creamy Turmeric Ginger Baked Sockeye Salmon made with only a few basic ingredients in 30 minutes or less! This easy healthy dinner recipe will please even those who don’t love fish. Back in September, I took a 3-week trip to Whitefish, MT and on the drive north from Reno, I dropped in on my friend, …

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Instant Pot Coconut Milk Yogurt (Paleo, Vegan, AIP)

An easy 4-Step tutorial on how to make Instant Pot Coconut Milk Yogurt. This goof-proof method results in the best tasting dairy-free vegan yogurt, and only requires 3 ingredients! This post was a long time in the making, and I’m so thrilled to finally be sharing it with you all! Not only have I made …

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How to Make Turkey Bone Broth

How to make turkey bone broth in your Instant Pot, slow cooker, or stove top. Use the bones from your Thanksgiving turkey to make bone broth!

Bone broth is a part of my daily diet, and I absolutely love making it myself. Not only is bone broth delicious, but it is also packed with nutrients that are difficult to get anywhere else. Collagen and gelatin are the building blocks of our connective tissue, skin, nails, and are also essential for the health of our gut lining.

For those who suffer from gut issues, and or have been trying to heal leaky gut, bone broth is your friend! 

If you have a leftover turkey carcass from Thanksgiving, or have stock-piled bones from cooking chicken, beef or pork, you can easily make bone broth in your pressure cooker, slow cooker, or on the stove top. Let’s hop to it!

How to Make Turkey Bone Broth in the Instant Pot:

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Zucchini and Ground Turkey Skillet

Zucchini and ground turkey skillet with ginger, green onion, baby spinach, coconut aminos and dried herbs adds up to a super clean dinner recipe that comes together in less than 30 minutes!

Ready for a less-than-30-minute meal that will knock your socks off?

True story: I’ve been making this zucchini and ground turkey skillet all summer long. At first, I thought it would be too simple and unimpressive to post, but it has become such a staple in my weekly meal prep that I figured you would get some use out of it too!

Recipe Highlights:

  • Grain-free and gluten-free
  • Low-carb
  • Low-FODMAP (easy on the gut)
  • Lean (low in fat)
  • Protein packed
  • Whole 30, paleo, keto
  • Easy to throw together any ol’ night of the week
  • Amazing for meal prep!

Let’s make it!

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