Pretty much all vegetables except nightshades are ok on AIP. Just remember that grains like corn, wheat, and rice are NOT vegetables
Almost all legumes are off-limits, but green beans and peas are actually still in seed form and ok to eat, generally (Sarah Ballantyne - The Paleo Mom - states to avoid them initially).
*Indicates food not allowed on Sarah Ballantyne's version of AIP
(Limit to 2-5 portions per day for Sarah Ballantyne's version)
Most fruits are different than they were a million years ago, but some are healthier than others. Here are the best:
Every meat is good, but quality makes a difference. Buy grass-fed & finished, wild, and pastured when applicable
Fish is highly nutritious, but buy wild-caught fish whenever possible. Shellfish is a nutrient-dense, low-calorie food. Contact Health Thyme to get wild-caught fish delivered to your door!
Pay close attention to the oils you cook in. These have a huge impact on your overall health. Highlighted oils are preferred
Herbs and Spices are loaded with beneficial and healing properties. They are also a great source of nutrients. USE: Highlighted ones several times per week
FRUITS AND BERRIES THAT ARE USED AS SPICES
(Sarah Ballantyne recommends eliminating these initially)
Fermented foods help feed the good gut bacteria and are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, and C along with minerals iron, calcium, and selenium (anti-cancer)