GAPS is famous for healing illnesses of all natures incluing bipolar, autism, depression, ADHD, celiac and other digestive orders. With the holidays upon us GAPS does not need to be restrictive but instead can be highly nourishing and satisfying, especially with this delicious eggnog! 



Be sure to test for egg whites before introducing them into your diet. Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, neurologist and author of GAPS, says the best way to test for food sensitivities is to place a small portion of the food on the inside of your wrist before going to bed. Let it dry and remain there throughout the night. When you wake up in the morning check the spot. If it is red or inflamed your gut has not healed enough to introduce that food. Allow another few days or weeks (in extreme cases) to pass before trying again. Once your gut has healed through the GAPS nourishing and healing protocol you will be ready to advance with more food choices. 

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Eggnog - GAPS phase 2
This rich nourishing Christmas drink can continue to satisfy your palate while on GAPS through the holiday season. Once you taste how good real eggnog tastes you may never return to store bought nog again!
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  1. 3 egg yolks from free ranging in the yard, bug and worm eating chickens
  2. 1 cup kefir (preferably made with raw cream)
  3. honey to taste
  4. 1 teaspoon vanilla
  5. 3 egg whites
  6. 1 teaspoon nutmeg (if tolerated)
  1. In blender on low combine yolks and kefir for 10 minutes to emulsify. Add the remaining ingredients until combined. For a colder eggnog serve chilled or blend in a few ice cubes.
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4 Responses to Eggnog – GAPS Stage 2

  1. Karen Feldner says:

    I’ve never liked eggnog–probably because I never made it! I think I will try it. Also, i found it interesting about placing small amount of food on wrist. If you don’t use/need GAPS do you think it would work to see if you have food sensitivities or allergies?

  2. Glory hallelujah! What a GAPS treat! Thanks Becky!

  3. Shelly says:

    I don’t have access to raw cream. A pint of organic cream is $10.00 any helpful suggestions ?-oh and pastured eggs are $7.00 a dozen.

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