I started this blog ~unexpectedly~ six months ago.
In the beginning I thought I’d write about two themes: Paleo for people who hate to cook and Paleo for humans in a decaying civilization.
I still love those themes & write about them, but exploration of the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) & specifically, a low-FODMAP variation of the AIP is my primary area of interest right now.
The unexpected thing is that people read my blog.
It’s hardly The Next Big Thing, but currently it’s getting hundreds of views a day from all over the world & those numbers keep going up. Mostly because there is a lot of interest in the AIP right now.
It’s fun. But disconcerting.
Disconcerting because when I’m posting, I’m just thinking out loud. I’m just experimenting & reporting out on those experiments. And I want people to know that when they read my posts.
I’m not an expert, I’m just a fellow traveler.
When it comes to the AIP, we’re all experimenting & learning from each other. Our collective maps of the AIP jungle are still few & sketchy, but people like Sarah Ballantyne & Terry Wahls have substantially illuminated the uncharted territory.
For most of us, our personal AIP maps still need work, and that’s where the experimenting comes in.
The AIP jungle fascinates me.
Happy to travel with you!