Strength in Food is for you.
The busy mom struggling with autoimmune symptoms while raising a family. The young professional seeking more energy for everyday life. The new dad who’s made a commitment to finally getting healthy.
Imagine knowing “I can eat everything in this box!” AND having the assurance that you’re helping your body heal.
Why does that matter? Because it’s estimated that 50 million Americans deal with autoimmune disease. Maybe you’re one of them.
Most autoimmune diseases don’t have a cure. But there is hope. At Strength in Food, we believe that food can make you stronger. We built this service around the Autoimmune Protocol, a revolutionary diet and lifestyle designed to help you mitigate the symptoms of autoimmune disease.
In a recent study, 73% of patients with inflammatory bowel disease achieved remission during a 6-week period on the AIP and stayed in remission throughout a 5-week maintenance phase.
We know that when you’re changing your life, a little support can make all the difference.
Our curated boxes contain snacks, supplements, and support so you can stay inspired with every delivery. We put the power back in your hands with recipes and meal plans so you’ll never get bored or frustrated with your healing diet.
No scanning grocery aisle, scouring the internet for recipes or going cross-eyed from reading labels.
At Strength in Food, we believe the food you eat can make you stronger. The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) is the focus of everything we do because it puts the power of healing back in your hands. Strength in Food was created to help you find joy in healing.
Read on to find out more about the Autoimmune Protocol.
About the Autoimmune Protocol:
The goal of the Autoimmune Protocol is to make sure you’re eating the right nutrients, while avoiding foods that contribute to disease.
Here’s how that looks:
- Organ meat and offal
- Fish and shellfish
- Vegetables of all kinds
- Herbs and spices
- Quality meats
- Quality fats
- Probiotic/fermented foods
- Glycine-rich foods (anything with connective tissue, joints or skin, organ meat, and bone broth)
- Refined and processed sugars and oils
- Nuts and seeds (including coffee, cocoa and seed-based spices),
- Nightshades (potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants, sweet and hot peppers, cayenne, red pepper, tomatillos, goji berries)
- NSAIDS (like aspirin or ibuprofen)
- Non-nutritive sweeteners including stevia
- Emulsifiers, sweeteners and other food additives
The AIP is designed as an elimination diet. That means foods on the exclusion list are eliminated for a period of time, then carefully reintroduced to see if they trigger symptoms.
If you're new to the AIP, Strength in Food is a great place to start. Our curated boxes will introduce you to new products and resources to simplify the AIP.
For a full introduction to the protocol, check out ThePaleoMom.com or pick up Dr. Ballantyne's book, The Paleo Approach.