Self regulated food industry is allowed to acknowledge food ingredients as GRAS (generally recognized as safe) up to 2.5% of the ingredients. These ingredients are not required to be listed on the label of ingredients.
This includes toxic exposure to plastics in food, chemical preservatives as well as insect parts.
“The Food and Drug Administration […]
Brewing Kombucha is a bit intimidating at first. Most every person brewing this delicious and beneficial tea considers the thought, “What if I’m doing it wrong? Is this mold?” As the new SCOBY forms it does sometimes look moldy. The easiest way to tell if it’s moldy is to wait.
Allow the SCOBY […]
Fermenting garlic can be done with the skins on or with the cloves peeled. Cloves can change color during fermentation representing a few potential factors.
Epicurious says, “‘We don’t know a lot about […]
In the course of function the body has cells which take up minerals and structures to perform different operations. When certain toxins are introduced to the body they can mimic the process uptake, filling the cells with foreign matter.
Chronic disease has become more and more prevalent to the point that it’s difficult to find […]
After the storm of accusations by Kaayla Daniel, PhD. against Fermented Cod Liver Oil (FCLO), made by Green Pastures, many practitioners are inundated with questions on whether FCLO is still part of the GAPS protocol. For some practitioners, this question is encountered multiple times a day.
The real question remains What does Dr. Natasha […]
Soap dispensers are available in kid friendly versions like this or adult classy versions like this, as well as everything in between. […]
Probiotic intake can be adjusted to address pathogenic overgrowth within the microbiome. Different beneficial strains impact and control specific pathogenic strains. The time it takes the process to happen, as well as the subsequent effect on bile salts could change a person’s health status in a duration that belittles pharmaceuticals.
Navigating the microbiome is not […]
This recipe is tried and true with GAPS and non-GAPS folks both. If you tolerate navy bean, this one is worth a try.
First place a one […]
Cellulose and microcrystalline cellulose can be found in nearly every supplement and probiotic available. Unfortunately, these items can be many things.
International Journal of Chemical Sciences, Department of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering and Technology in India says, “Cellulose is found in plenty in nature in the form of cotton, hemp, jute, flax etc. […]
GAPS will change your life. You’ll function, you’ll feel great, your illnesses will shed off one by one. However, the journey is a ride like no other. You’ll work your fanny off and cook your fingers to the bone.
WARNING: Do not read this post unless you are doing GAPS. Really doing GAPS, not […]
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