Enemas: Why You Need Them More than You Think

Avoiding an enema can increase your needed gut-healing time by three months.  Yes, this process seems uncomfortable, but let me just get real with you.  I’ve been healing my gut for three years and just started doing enemas on a regular basis. This habit has completely changed my energy, my mood, and my optimism toward healing.

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Meat Stock and GAPS: Not Bone Broth!

Meat Stock is the backbone of the GAPS diet. Whether you start on Intro or Full GAPS, Dr. Natasha recommends you consume meat stock for an average of 1 year before switching to bone broth. Why? Meat stock is less digestively complex than bone broth and contains higher levels of collagen, gelatin, and amino acids that play a role in healing your gut. 

 

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Bored on the GAPS Diet: GAPS Party Drink Recipe to the Rescue!

Chances are that you are going to get bored on the GAPS Diet. In fact, this phenomenon is almost guaranteed!  Especially on the GAPS Introduction Protocol, with every food needing to be cooked in meat stock and limiting your fibrous vegetables, your meals can start to get repetitive.  But have no fear, GAPS Party Drink is here!

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GAPS and Autoimmune Disease

Whether you are struggling with an autoimmune condition or know someone who does, it seems like you can’t throw a rock these days without hitting an autoimmune person.  Autoimmune conditions happen when your body starts attacking itself.  In Diabetes Type 1, your body attacks your pancreas. In Hashimoto’s, your body attacks your thyroid.  When you have arthritis, your body attacks the lining of your joints.  The list goes on.

 

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