Reflection On The AIP Hashi’s Study

Reflection On The AIP Hashi’s Study

The recent publication of our AIP Hashimoto’s study, Efficacy of the Autoimmune Protocol Diet as Part of a Multi-Disciplinary, Supported Lifestyle Intervention for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, has gathered some attention, which naturally means both tremendous support within the AIP community as well as understandable criticism. Recognizing that summary blog posts, social media announcements, and virtual communication are all relatively poor ways to dig into nuance and engage in a healthy critical discussion, I’m offering this piece as an introduction to addressing many of the study’s findings and criticisms, and to ultimately engage in a thought-provoking conversation to further the rigorous scientific process.

In order to really get into the nuance required to explore some of the study’s finer details and criticism, respecting your time as the reader, the entire dialogue will be broken into an extended series of posts (which will be published on my website: Resilient Roots) following this first overview. At the end of this article, I will share a little overview of the subsequent posts, the topics I will cover, and how to continue growing your critical knowledge as a ”citizen scientist.”

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