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Mymee's Approach to the AIP Diet

When identifying autoimmune disease triggers, diet is likely only one piece of the puzzle. Mymee health coaches use a whole-person approach and make recommendations to find unique triggers based upon information about the environment, stress levels, medical history, and more. 

Plus, using their expertise and in-app tracking data, Mymee health coaches can generally home in on the triggers behind autoimmune flareups much more quickly than following the AIP diet. In fact, 79% of Mymee clients experience reduced symptoms within eight weeks. 

If you do decide to participate in the AIP diet, let your Mymee health coach know so that they can best support you through the process while continuing to identify dietary, environmental, and other triggers. Your Mymee health coach can help personalize your nutrition and recipe recommendations. Below, we’ve included the AIP diet list for your reference.

The Mymee Care Team believes food is powerful and can influence inflammation levels throughout the body.

While many people with autoimmunity attribute symptom relief to the AIP diet, it can often be more restrictive and time-consuming than necessary. 

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