Autoimmune Protocol

Supporting Those Following the Autoimmune Protocol

The Radix Nutrition AIP range is aimed at assisting those seeking to recover from an autoimmune disease through applied nutrition. Those following an AIP dietary approach may have varying sensitivities to certain ingredients that are thought to be inflammatory, as initially identified by Dr Loren Cordain, the creator of the AIP protocol.

Radix has currently designed two AIP meals and additional development work is ongoing to improve the coherence of our design with the AIP diet and offer a wider product range.

Grass Fed Beef Bone Broth with Pumpkin & Leek is the most AIP-compliant with no ingredients identified as being problematic by Dr Cordain.

Radix’s Wild Alaskan Salmon with Garlic & Lemon does contain trace amounts of grains and processed oils – with 1.3 grams of organic white rice flour, 0.5 grams of organic maltodextrin and 0.013 grams of sunflower oil, respectively, per meal. White rice acts as a binder in the salmon meatballs and in this amount may be suitable for some on the AIP diet due to an absence of lectins and phytates (as the outer hull has been stripped). The sunflower oil is a carrier for the rosemary extract within the meatballs. Organic maltodextrin is present in the coconut milk powder to prevent clumping.

Radix continues to develop the AIP range to support the health and wellbeing of those using this strategy. For further information regarding the AIP approach, we suggest the following website: https://thepaleodiet.com/dr-loren-cordain/.

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