AIP (Autoimmune Paleo) Pantry List [+ Download PDF To Take Shopping]
It’s not easy to start the AIP (autoimmune paleo) protocol. Various foods like bread, cereal, nuts, seeds, tomatoes, eggs are all of a sudden off the list of foods you can eat, and you’re left wondering what on earth you can still eat!
So, we’ve created this handy guide to help you navigate the AIP diet and heal your body as quickly as possible.
You can also download this list as a printable PDF to stick on your fridge or to take with you when you go shopping.
Items in parenthetical are typically harder to find and not often used in most recipes. If you live somewhere where those items are easier to find and you want to give them a try, then by all means purchase them. Where applicable, items are linked so that you can purchase them on Amazon.com or elsewhere online.
AIP Herbs and Spices (fresh or dried)
Sea salt + flavored salt (e.g., garlic salt, lemon salt)
AIP Oils and Fats
Extra-virgin olive oil
(Sustainable palm shortening)
Apple cider vinegar
AIP Baking Flours
(Sweet potato flour)
(Water chestnut flour)
If you’re looking for the AIP Food List, then click the button below to download it:
Other AIP Baking Goods
Shredded coconut or coconut flakes
Canned coconut milk
Other AIP Pantry List Items
Canned fish and seafood (packed in brine or olive oil)
Herbal tea (rooibos, mint, honeybush, chamomile)
Other teas (black, white, green)
(Sweet potato puree)
(Chicory root “coffee”)
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