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I'm grateful for this podcast while navigating my own diagnosis and shifting to AIP. Mostly because no one in my life understands, especially the emotional aspects that can be really painful and feel limiting. Thanks for focusing on wellness even with chronic disease. more
Thank you for A positive take on all that’s happening! I am new to the auto immune Community. I Appreciate all the good tips & suggestions regarding stress, food choices, & sleep. more
From the bottom of my heart, thank you Mickey and Angie. Thank you for the encouragement, knowledge, and for taking the time to share what you’ve learned and gone through with the world. You guys helped me in a dark and difficult time. You gave me hope and purpose. I feel like I know you guys and you’re my fiends 😅 I absolutely love the podcast, the website, and all the books of yours that I’ve bought so far!! The food is amazing. I feel like I haven’t known what good food is until I discovered... more
So here it is almost August 2019 and I have been AIP For over a year and just now found this! I started from the beginning- 2016 podcasts and I’m addicted! I’m binge listening 😜 I feel like I’m way behind but I’m catching up quickly and I’m feeling so much better because of it! I was finally diagnosed Hashimoto’s after about 8 years of thinking I was going through menopause (until the main symptoms plus adrenal fatigue kicked in) I want to become an AIP certified health coach so I’ll probably... more
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