Seeking that perfect gut-healing diet can be a journey filled with frustration and confusion. I know that many readers can relate to the feeling that once you start trying to figuring out your food sensitivities, the list of “offending foods” seems to grow and grow. I first thought all I need to do is “go… Continue reading LOVING WHAT YOU EAT- regardless of the diet restrictions you have
For all my MTHFR mutation followers and friends: Anyone out there doing a CBS mutation protocol that is working for them? If so, please let me know any protocal, supplements, or diet changes that have helped. I’m going to be writing an expanded post with my treatment plan soon but I… Continue reading MTHFR / CBS protocol help?
Obviously it’s been awhile since I’ve posted an update on this diet. I’ve tried to drag myself to do it, but I just can’t write when I feel frazzled, stressed and uncertain about a topic. Thankfully time and good doctors have come to my aid to help me navigate some challenges we were… Continue reading GAPS diet hiccups- GENETICS???!!!!
“So, what can you eat? How are you getting enough calories?” The two questions I hear most often when I tell others I’ve got my family on the GAPS diet and that means they can’t eat any grains, starch, sugar, most dairy, most beans, and limited fruit (for now). Well I am cooking like a… Continue reading Gaps diet- What do you feed your child?
(note this was written before knowing we both had Lyme disease) We are just completing our second week on the GAPS diet. I am feeling so excited about what we are experiencing that I just have to write more about this diet and how it can truly help kids with sensory processing disorders. Our little… Continue reading I’m a believer!!! (in the GAPS diet)
Well here’s a quick summary of what we ate the past 2 weeks. I’m not going to be super specific but if anyone is interested just let me know. Also we moved through the intro diet quickly, 1-2 days on each stage since we don’t have major issues. Maybe I’ll repeat the intro diet in… Continue reading GAPS diet meal plan week 1 and 2.
The GAPS diet is not for the weak or the weary. However most of us who go on the diet are feeling weak and weary. That is the dilemma. There is so much cooking, planning and prep work involved that it is almost impossible to not get totally exhausted doing this. However it has been… Continue reading GAPS diet summary after week 1 introduction