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About The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)
The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) aims to reduce troublesome symptoms of autoimmune disease by focusing on nutrient-dense foods and excluding those that trigger inflammation. Learn more.
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Strength in Food Co-creator
Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D.
Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D. is a New York Times Bestselling author, an award-winning blogger, cohost of the top-rated and syndicated podcast and featured speaker about autoimmune nutrition.
Sarah earned a variety of awards, including: awards for research excellence including from the American Physiological Society and from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research / BioContact Quebec; many fellowships, including from the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation, Pfizer Canada, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Strategic Training Initiative in Cardiovascular Health Research. She has published 14 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, several of which continue to be highly-cited today, and 25 abstracts presented at international conferences.
What people are saying
Bob B., Boston, MA
If you've recently been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease like I have. This is a great place to start.
Dr. Ballantyne (NYTimes Bestselling Author)
The more you understand why certain foods are either good or bad for autoimmune conditions - the more likely you'll adopt the eat the right things and the better you'll feel.
Ann D., Tempe, AZ
I know a diet will help me feel better as I'm struggling with hashimotos, but it can be overwhelming. This makes it easy.