Doing a rebuilding protocol can sometimes lead to more doubt than success, especially before getting started. There are countless protocols out there with many different variations on each. In a world where there isn’t just a fork in the road, there’s a whole plate of spaghetti, reading up on experiences can be a valuable […]
GAPS Shakes are also added on Stage Two.i GAPS Shakes help to lubricate the bowel through increased bile flow. They are reported to gently massage the gallbladder while opening up the bile ducts. “Fat in stools means that not enough bile is being released from the gallbladder to emulsify fats. […]
“We have a plethora of residential viruses. They’re normal inhabitants of our body, they live around the nerves, around the spine, around the sympathetic ganglia and they usually sleep, unless we wake them up, when we overdo citrus, nuts, fruit and the grains. They come out of their little homes and they cause […]
Homemade toothpaste takes less time to make than it would take to get your car keys and get out of your driveway. The clean feeling you get from homemade toothpaste is incomparable. Even those who switch back to store bought toothpaste come back to homemade toothpaste because the clean feeling is immeasurable.
“Over 90% of the things we consume come from foreign countries due to man’s insatiable appetite for more,” says the documentary Where It Comes from, Salmon, The Sushi Phenomenon. They explain the production process of farmed raised salmon thoroughly. Knowing facts can help us navigate the waters ourselves, giving us the knowledge to make […]
One of the absolutely best no carbs treats is chicken skin chips. They are satiating and satisfying, crushing any craving. Making crispy chicken skins is quick and easy, and renders schmaltz, chicken fat which can be used further while cooking vegetables or frying eggs. Finding chicken skins is the hardest part […]
“Gelatin is allowed on GAPS,” says Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. “It’s just that recent research has demonstrated that because all the animals in the commercial agriculture are fed genetically modified soya and fed commercial feed which are made out of grains and soya which have been sprayed with Glyphosate. Glyphosate is one of the […]
Chocolate is by far the most common cheat while on GAPS, often for two reasons. GAPSters are generally overloaded with pathogenic yeasts which crave sugars to survive. Secondly, as the body is supported on GAPS, pathogens and parasites are pushed out of the body, straining the magnesium stores. Regardless, chocolate remains the biggest cheat on […]
Whey is a very gentle probiotic food, making it an easy starting point for those with deep damage in the microbiome. On GAPS, homemade whey is one of the earlier ways to introduce dairy when building a dairy intolerance.
To make whey, first make GAPS approved yogurt, sour cream or kefir. While fermenting […]
Butter is an intricate part of the human diet, a staple for the rebuilding GAPS Protocol. When dairy isn’t tolerated, there are several reasons. Commercial dairy is often referred to as milk from Frankensteers, this is not the dairy we are discussing on the GAPS Protocol. GAPS dairy includes milk from heritage […]
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