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 […]
Kombucha is a favored probiotic that is both refreshing and health promoting. Store bought Kombucha runs from $2.50 to $7.00 for roughly 12 ounces. Meanwhile 128 ounces, in a gallon, costs roughly $1.50 to make. That’s equal to buy one, get nine free if you’re making it yourself. That’s math even a tired […]
The flu shot is known publically as, “The most defective vaccine ever made.”
Vincent J. Matanoski, Deputy Director, Torts Branch, from The Department Of Justice, released a report in March of 2016 divulging statistics of The Total Petitions Filed In The United States Court Of Federal Claims during a three month period […]
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 […]
A team of four microbiology research students, who had no knowledge of kefir prior to their lab work, found 58 billion CFU (colony forming units) per cup of home brewed kefir. They found the CFUs of store brand kefir numbers comparable.
However, further research showed the difference was remarkable.
Store brands are pasteurized after the […]
The most well known historical researchers who studied yogurt are Elie Metschnikoff, Director of the Institut Pateur and his associates Leva, Pochon, Cohnenby, Herter, Brochet and Lowbbel. The team studied the introduction of yoghourt bacteria in both humans and animals.
The Canadian Medical Association Journal reported their findings saying, “Professor Metschnikoff considered yogurt a natural […]
Fermented coconut water is one of the easiest probiotic drinks to make. It’s also one of the best candida fighters on the market. If you’re not up to the adventure, or you just want to see how much money you’re going to save, click here to buy fermented coconut water.
Start by buying […]
Changing the gut microbiome is the foundation to health that controls illness, can change yeast overgrowth and recover autism says Donna Gates, author of Body Ecology Diet, a fermented foods specialist with a focus on healing candida and adrenal issues. “The microbes in the gut make you crave certain foods. They make you have […]
“When your ferritin is low you get reduced conversion of T4 or T3 or what we call thyroid resistance. With less activation with thyroid in the cell I became thyroid sick, not technically hypothyroid,” says Suzy Cohen, RPh, who is known as pharmacist to the world. “It should have been recognized by my physician yet it was […]
Die off and histamine issues are encountered by most people while on GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. However when you progress in a certain rhythm, according to Dr. Natasha’s protocol, histamines are not an issue.
A histamine or die-off response, is your body talking to you, telling you what […]
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