Traveling and Paleo and mixing the two?

Well being that it’s mid July, people have been traveling quite a bit. As for myself, I have been out of my house for the majority of July. And I won’t be officially home until the end of it.

That beckons a few questions, wouldn’t you agree?

How does one travel as a celiac?
Which restaurants do you go to/avoid altogether?
How do you go camping in the wilderness without knowing the condition of your grill as a paleo?

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UPDATE: Almost done AIP

Hello friends!

I am two days away from completing my 30 days AIP (the autoimmune protocol within the paleo diet). With that said, there are a lot of small, nit-picky¬†updates that I have for you. While you might not need them/relate to them at all, I found that there weren’t too many testimonies for AIP when I researched it. I wanted to know what people went through in many aspects of their lives, not just what happened when they finished or started AIP. I want to give you a thorough update without going into too much detail. Let us begin!

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Cater to your happy

It’s okay. I know, sometimes you do things you don’t like to do. I know. I do it, too. That’s life, and you have to, and it’s soul-clensing.

You still have to cater to your happiness, though. So I’m taking a break today from talking about celiac disease and paleo and acne to tell you that simple changes in your life can make all the difference. I know you know this, but it’s nice to be reminded right?

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Week 3 of AIP and facial progress

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Courtesy of the interwebs.

It’s been three weeks since I’ve attempted the AIP (autoimmune protocol) for the paleo diet. When I started paleo, I was eating a lot of nuts, fruits in smoothies, etc. Well, I went AIP because something in me told me that maybe I should, despite the fact that I’d never been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease‚Ķ

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