Who is AIP for?

AIP is primarily aimed at people with autoimmune complaints. But people with nutrition-related complaints can also benefit. Eating supposedly unhealthy food can be a reason to adjust one's diet. The AIP diet can be helpful in this case to find out if unpleasant complaints and symptoms can be improved. Possible symptoms people may experience are:
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Good food as the oldest medicine

The AIP circle introduces you to the circle of AIP. This is done by applying the AIP diet and omitting food processed with pesticides. You can also optimize your sleep pattern and avoid stress as much as possible. This is a significant enemy of the immune system.

AIP Circle represents entering the circle of AIP. This circle is more than just a diet or a protocol for managing autoimmune diseases. It is a holistic lifestyle aimed at optimizing the health and well-being of each individual by emphasizing nutrition, stress management, lifestyle, and sleep. By balancing and optimizing these areas, the AIP circle can help improve overall health and well-being.

So in the AIP circle, we also look at all these possible components. The main goal is to reduce complaints and symptoms and improve your health. Many symptoms are both stress- and nutrition-related. These symptoms can play a role to a greater or lesser extent. Such as fatigue problems, lack of motivation, not sleeping well, muscle aches, cravings for sweet or salty foods, anxiety and hopelessness.

The AIP circle aims to identify where positive change can take place to reduce or preferably prevent stress as much as possible. AIP is a tool for counteracting stress and the adverse effects of processed and modified foods. AIP is suitable for anyone who wants to give good nutrition a healing role as "the oldest medicine".

Possible symptoms that individuals may experience include:

  • Fatigue and lack of energy.
  • Sore muscles and joints.
  • Stiffness in the morning.
  • Muscle weakness, subcutaneous twitching.
  • Headaches.
  • Lack of motivation in the morning.
  • Dry eyes, mouth, and skin.
  • Itchy skin.
  • Difficulty maintaining weight.
  • Difficulty finding inspiration for exercise.
  • Abdominal pain and stomach cramps.
  • Blood in the stool.
  • Feeling misunderstood.
  • Fatigue during exercise.
  • Lightheadedness after exercise.
  • High levels of stress.
  • Lack of prioritizing relaxation.
  • Decreased productivity.
  • Feeling disconnected from one's body.
  • Anxiety.
  • High levels of work-related stress.
  • Consuming excessive amounts of salt/sweets.
  • Difficulty falling asleep.
  • Cold hands/feet and problems staying warm.
  • Increased heart rate.
  • Night sweats.
  • Brain fog (difficulty concentrating).
  • Hair loss.
  • Dizziness.
  • Food allergies.
  • Dark circles under the eyes.
  • Low body temperature.
  • Gum inflammation.
  • Relatives with autoimmune diseases.
  • One or more autoimmune diseases.
  • More symptoms after exercise.
  • Lack of positive feelings from exercise.
  • Burnt out feeling.
  • Quickly tired.
  • Feeling better after snacking.
  • Quickly irritated by others.
  • Longer recovery time compared to others.
  • Panic attacks.
  • Limited social circle.
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The AIP self-test

With this self-test, you can determine which symptoms you are experiencing or may experience before starting the AIP diet. The score indicates how someone feels at a specific moment. By completing the same test again after implementing the AIP diet, we can see where improvements are visible and where there is still room for improvement.

AIP is a lifestyle. Therefore, the environment, sleep, stress, and diet belong in the AIP circle. Nutrition and feeling good go hand in hand. You will experience how "feeling good again" can be achieved through nutrition.

Indicate the score that you believe represents the frequency of each symptom using the following scale:

Scores
0 = never
1 = hardly/not at all
2 = sometimes/occasionally
3 = yes/often

Total Score

0-17
At this score, you fall into the low/low category as far as symptoms are concerned.
Hopefully, you feel physically and mentally fit and healthy enough. Do you experience some symptoms as annoying? Then consider the AIP diet or consult a doctor for specific symptoms.

18-35
At this score, you fall into the average category as far as symptoms are concerned.
This category is referred to as "hidden autoimmunity." You are experiencing some symptoms that are associated with an autoimmune disease. It is advisable to minimize stress as much as possible. Get plenty of relaxation and adequate sleep. To improve your symptoms, you can start with the AIP diet.

36+
With this score, you fall into the high category as far as symptoms are concerned. You may suffer from annoying symptoms or an autoimmune disorder that negatively affects daily life. Every person is unique. Of course, if you have specific symptoms, you should consult a doctor or therapist. Additionally, it is worth exploring how the AIP diet and accompanying lifestyle can alleviate as many symptoms as possible.

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