AIP (Autoimmune protcol) Diet in the Hot Logic

Hot Logic loves to share our fun ideas, tips and tricks for the Hot Logic but we also want to focus on the health benefits it offers. Many of our users embrace the Hot Logic as it enables users to eat whole food diets without using the microwave or endless food prep.
AIP diets (Autoimmune protocol) are very restrictive mainly including meat and vegetables.
The idea behind an AIP diet is a food based approach to eliminating unwanted inflammation in a person's body. AIP's main goal is to reduce inflammation created by autoimmune diseases by healing the gut through nutrient dense whole foods.
I myself have utilized the AIP diet to help heal my own issues. There are some great resources on Pinterest and other bloggers who focus on using AIP for their own health.
For those of you new to the idea of AIP, the diet protocol restricts:
  • dairy products (including raw)
  • processed foods
  • refined sugars
  • industrial seed oils (vegetable or canola)
  • eggs
  • nuts and seeds
  • some vegetables (tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, potatoes)
  • alternative sweeteners
  • food thickeners (modified food starch)

This list can seem very daunting as switching to any restrictive diet can be overwhelming leaving you to thin... What can I eat?

The AIP diet supports:

  • Fermented foods as long as they do not contain dairy. (Dairy feeds yeast which often causes AIP issues or imbalances in the gut)
  • Vinegar, as long as they do not have added sugar
  • small portions of honey or maple syrup
  • herbs

So now that we have explained what you can or cannot eat on the AIP diet.. We promised some ideas for what to prep in the Hot Logic Mini.

One of my favorite chicken recipes is very simple. Add Salt, pepper, (make sure it is sugar free) and some natural honey. Spread the mix over the chicken, throw it in the Hot Logic raw with some fresh or frozen veggies. These pack a ton of flavor and the chicken comes out tender.

Honey mustard chicken

Frozen fish also heats up well in the Hot Logic without the fishy smell while cooking. Being able to eat fish for lunch or cook a piece of fish without the smell is fantastic!

 Cooked Frozen Tuna

Do you follow an AIP Protocol? Stay tuned for our follow up with one of our AIP experts and the release of her E Cookbook!





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