Water from a water fountain is a gamble, at best. It is often contaminated with chemicals such as chlorine, fluoride, mold and rust. When we’re out and about, in a pinch without quality filtered or spring water, it’s best to drink water that’s available than to become dehydrated. Observing the water fountain for […]
Creating a sliceable sourdough can be daunting – but not with this amazing recipe by Ashlee Purdie, a self sustaining homesteader who slings babies while delivering calves and looks great the whole time.
First make as sourdough starter or get one from a friend. To make a sourdough starter mix one tablespoon of flour with […]
When on GAPS, removing the toxic overload from the body is essential to flushing out the pathogens that cause GAPS illnesses. Dr. Natasha recommends dropping lotions and potions , as she calls it, from the daily regimen to reduce the chemical overload. She recommends not using chemically filled soaps as the skin is the largest […]
The Thanksgiving turkey isn’t just the centerpiece of the table, it’s a nourishing dish that can satisfy and satiate. The meal can be made stage 2 on the GAPS Protocol, made just as the Italian Casserole described on advanced stage 2 in the GAPS book.
There are few things better at Thanksgiving time than pumpkin pie, however, once you begin making pumpkin pie out of real ingredients you’ll soon see how much a difference sugar and binder ingredients make. This recipe is a pleaser with both GAPS folks and Standard American Diet lovers.
Pie pumpkins are small, often darker in color and cost roughly $2.86. They yield roughly 4 cups of pumpkin.
Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins are four times the size of pie pumpkins, nearly the same color and cost $4.00. They produce roughly 18 cups of pumpkin.
Cooking with olive oil is a common practice. Restaurants do it, personal chefs do it, even housewives do it. The topic has been debated for years. Many “experts” say cooking with olive oil is beneficial, however, doing so may be more than harmful.
“NEVER cook with olive oil. Never heat, never cook with it. Nut […]
Croup is a common respiratory challenge most evident in children involving inflammation and mucous resulting in a heart stopping barking cough. This infection of the upper airway is scary for the child and the parent. Croup is most often brought on by a virus and can go away on its own in three to seven […]
“Stress is a great strainer. It consumes nutrients at an alarming rate. Many people get ill after a stressful time. Go back to intro. They will get all the necessary nutrients on the second stage of the diet,” Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride said in Session Two at the Weston A. Price Annual Convention in 2015.
Constipation is a common occurrence when the microbiome is imbalanced. Certain pathogens in the tract release toxic gasses that are paralytic. They paralyze peristalsis, freezing the intestinal tract in an open, immobile state. At this point the fecal matter doesn’t move along the tract to be evacuated, it just sits and rots. This causes the […]
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