Informational: GAPS Diet

GAPS: Gut and Psychology Syndrome list of disorders and disabilities the GAPS diet will help.  Just to name a few: does autism, dyslexia, migranes, bloating, and  acne spark your interest?

Watch a video with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

What is the GAPS Diet?
How to begin the introduction GAPS Diet    (Here is another site that explains a little more clearly)
Full GASP Diet

“Following the Introduction Diet fully is essential for people with serious digestive symptoms: diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, some cases of constipation, etc.  The Introduction Diet will reduce the symptoms quickly and initiate the healing process in the digestive system.  Even for healthy people, following the Introduction Diet when experiencing a “tummy bug” or diarrhea will clear the symptoms quickly and permanently usually without needing medication.1

Maternal Nutrition and the GAPS Diet  (check it out here)

“New Baby: How to have a healthy baby in a GAPS family. What to do in pre-conception, during pregnancy and when the baby is born in order to prevent problems such as autism, hyperactivity and attention deficit, dyslexia, dyspraxia, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, epilepsy and more.”2

1. Quote taken from website:  The GAPS Diet
2.  Dr. Natasha: www.gaps.me