Blog — GAPS

Alison Bell
The GAPS Diet - What, Why and How

The GAPS Diet - What, Why and How

WHAT IS THE GAPS DIET? GAPS is an acronym for ‘Gut and Psychology Syndrome.’ If it has been recommended that you give the GAPS diet a go, it is likely that you have been suffering from gut issues, an autoimmune disease, arthritis or that you are susceptible to virtually every cold, flu or infection under the sun. Perhaps the GAPS diet has come into your life because you have been diagnosed with depression or a mental illness, you suffer from allergies, anemia or eczema – or maybe you have just decided, on your own terms, that it seems like the...

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Digestive System Blues

Digestive System Blues

If you are suffering with Irritable Bowl System, Chron’s disease, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhoea.. or both! If you have digestive issues, heartburn, reflux, cramping, bloating, gas… then you are not alone. I hear from people just like you on a daily basis.

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The Bountiful Benefits of Bone Broth: a Comprehensive Guide

The Bountiful Benefits of Bone Broth: a Comprehensive Guide

Written by Chris Kresser Traditional cooking uses meat bones as a base for delicious stock because it is the secret to cooking great recipes. But it’s also incredibly nutritious and has scores of health benefits. Read on to learn more about bone broth and why you should make it a staple in your diet. The Weston A. Price Foundation and advocates of the Paleo and Primal lifestyles favor bone broth for its wide array of nutrients that are difficult to find in any other food source. Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride has made bone and meat stock the foundation of the GAPS...

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Alison Bell
If your mainstream doctor doesn't have answers...

If your mainstream doctor doesn't have answers...

look elsewhere. Written by Alison Bell These were the simple, gentle words uttered by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride during an interview on the Wise Traditions podcast. She reiterated that we should be polite, say “thank you very much” and then walk out the door. Once there, the work begins. It’s time to buckle down and begin investigating on our own. This advice is something that Natasha has lived out. She is now known as the brilliant author of “Gut and Psychology Syndrome”—a book that has helped millions. But what got her there was a tragic turning point. She was thrown for...

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