ANGIE ALT is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified Health Coach, author of The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook and co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook. She’s also the creator and director of SAD to AIP in SIX, SAS Phase 2, and The Living Well Collective, a series of online group health coaching programs that have helped thousands of people on the path to wellness by teaching them how to transition their diets and lifestyle to the Autoimmune Protocol. Additionally, Angie partners with doctors to conduct medical research. In 2017 results were published from her first study showing the efficacy of AIP for inflammatory bowel diseases and in 2019 results were published from her second study on the efficacy of AIP for autoimmune thyroid disease. Results for a third study on the efficacy of AIP for psoriasis and eczema will be published soon. In 2015, Angie partnered with Mickey Trescott. Together, Mickey and Angie, run AutoimmuneWellness.com, the Autoimmune Wellness podcast, and AIP Certified Coach.
MICKEY TRESCOTT, FNTP prides herself in finding creative solutions to preparing, cooking, and succeeding on allergen-free diets. She is the author of the best-selling guide to the Autoimmune Protocol, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. With her partner Angie Alt, she co-authored The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook, an award-winning, whole lifestyle approach to healing with autoimmune disease. Her newest release, The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen focuses on nutrient density, an often-overlooked aspect to deep healing with food.
In 2012, Mickey founded AutoimmuneWellness.com, an award-winning website that serves millions of readers annually with recipes and resources for living well with autoimmune disease and chronic illness. With Angie Alt FNTP, CHC, and Sarah Ballantyne, PhD, she is the co-creator and co-teacher of AIP Certified Coach, an advanced training for wellness practitioners all across the natural and conventional healthcare spectrum.
When she isn’t getting crazy in the kitchen or doing wellness research, Mickey can be found riding horses on her family’s farm, obsessively knitting a pair of socks, or figuring out how to build a non-toxic, sustainable home. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Noah, cat Savannah.