If you don’t know what AIP is, consider yourself lucky 🍀
Autoimmune Protocol is what it stands for and I talked a lot about it in my last post.
I haven’t been fully on it yet. I’m waiting for all my supplements to get here, so just kind of practicing until then 🤷🏼♀️
I ate meat for the first time in 3 years. I was kind of anxious about it all day (had to put the whole chicken in the crockpot. Pulled out bags of organs and actually considered saving to cook and eat, organ meats are highly recommended when healing the gut😵💫😬), but it wasn’t that bad. I had leftovers the next day and actually enjoyed it.
I’m going to eat leftover chicken & avocado on an AIP approved pita. I started thinking about my meals and taking pics and sharing them.
So I guess now it’s time to make a YouTube channel?
It’ll be all about my AIP life and by 2023, I’ll be sharing my successes with my RA and PsA inflammation and cheering on those affected by autoimmune crap.
I’ll tell them how it took me nearly 10 years to accept and embrace the AIP lifestyle.
I’ll tell them how I could quit drinking alcohol, after decades of abuse, but couldn’t bare the thought of quitting caffeine or sugar.
I’ll show them how easy it is to make delicious AIP approved meals and snacks.
I’ll show them my workouts stats, that appeared to BOOM after starting the AIP.
I’ll share how much more healthy my family is now that our meals are less processed, and more balanced.
I’ll share how well my body likes AIP and how years of loose skin finally settled and is now tightly formed around robust muscles- all without surgery, of course.
I’ll share how clear headed I am and how my memory went from dull to wonderful.
As I write this, I’m realizing that the AIP life might be alright.
It’s easy for my stupid ego, or Betsy, to get loud when my doubts pop up.
Fortunately, the past ten years have prepared me exponentially for this. I am so ready for my body to heal.
This was lunch after I posted this. Hubby had some and said, YUMMMMMMY!!!! ⬇️