Easy Autoimmune Paleo Coleslaw (low carb, gluten free, grain free, dairy free)

Easy Autoimmune Paleo Coleslaw –

Since June 10, 2014 I have been doing the autoimmune protocol which makes it 2 months. I made this coleslaw for a July 4th barbeque which was a big family gathering. This coleslaw was put out with all the rest of the food and everyone ate it without noticing that it didn’t have any GMO mayonnaise. I was so happy to have something to eat that did not have nightshades or other prohibited foods. I have been noticing improvement in joint pain and neck tension from following the protocol. I highly recommend that anyone with an autoimmune disease try it for 6-8 weeks. These are two resources I have been using here and here.

Paleo Coleslaw Recipe

Recipe: Easy Autoimmune Paleo Coleslaw (low carb, gluten free, grain free, dairy free)


1 head shredded cabbage (why choose organic cabbage)

1 cup full fat coconut milk (get it here)

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar (get it here)

2 tablespoons honey (find raw honey here)

fine sea salt and pepper to taste (get good sea salt here)


Mix all the ingredients together and chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour. Serve and enjoy.

Note: if you are doing low carb feel free to use 1 tsp stevia powder extract instead of honey

* Looking for Paleo dressings? Try our ranch recipe.

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lCaitlin Weeks BA, NC, CPT is a full time blogger and author. She has many years of experience as a Certified Nutrition Consultant, C.H.E.K. Holistic Lifestyle Coach, and professional personal trainer in San Francisco, CA. Caitlin has had success conquering obesity after a lifelong struggle with her weight. Since 2009 she has been winning the battle against Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis using a Paleo diet. She truly believes in the mind- body connection for healing and is certified EFT practitioner. She is committed to educating others about the benefits of traditional/ancestral foods and efficient exercise.