a few tablespoons beef tallow and coconut oil
2 medium fennel bulbs, thinly sliced
1/2 lb trumpet mushrooms (you [...]
So far this spring (semester — I’m an academic, so my life is calculated not by seasonal transitions but artificially-imposed institutional ones) I’ve traveled to / spent nights in Manchester (NH), Newark, Quebec City, LA, Montreal, Boston … I’m on my way home right now for a blessed week+ stay at home-sweet-home before [...]
Over the course of the holidays, visiting family and friends, I must have eaten more butter than I normally eat over the course of 2+ months.
Don’t get me wrong, I eat a lot of butter at home regularly too!
But I also eat a good amount of other healthy fats — namely [...]
We just got back a few days ago from Thanksgiving festivities with my family. Thanksgiving day was pretty stressful, despite the fact that we had made very detailed and reasonable plans in advance; there’s always something – many things, really – when you’ve got 14 people, many of whom are contributing various dishes [...]
It’s been just over a year now since I started doing GAPS. Inspired by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride’s talk at the WAPF conference in November 2010, I immediately started cutting out those few foods left which weren’t GAPS friendly in my diet, and also all forms of fruit and [...]
It’s time to reveal the winner of the Against the Grain E-Book Giveaway …
And the winner is …
Cynthia, who commented at 9:48 on 11/12/2011!
Here we go! I’ve got a few more of your questions stashed away, so let’s get right to them.
I thought spirulina and chlorella were off limits for GAPS? Made me sad to read, do you have other info?
According to Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride’s website, seaweeds such as
It’s that time again! I’ve gotten quite the accumulation of questions to answer from reader emails and comments, so without further ado …
Hi Megh. I LOVE your blog. I’m 4 weeks into the GAPS intro diet and I’ve been scouring the internet to read other people’s experiences. My husband is not doing [...]
In the Gut and Psychology Syndrome book, and also in her lecture at the WAPF conference last year, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride talked about how to manage a GAPS child who refuses to eat. She explained that oftentimes, it is not necessarily that the child is being willful or stubborn, but that their [...]
This question is from a friend of mine from college, who is raising three very healthy-looking kiddos (at least judging by her Facebook pictures)! They’re not doing GAPS, and her question isn’t necessarily coming from a GAPS-based perspective, but the answer definitely connects to the ideas behind why GAPS works … so I’m [...]
The final installment!
There are just a few more things to add in to your diet at this phase, and then you’re on to the full GAPS diet, which will feel like quite the luxury after all these intro stages!
Stage 6: Additions
Raw apple (assuming applesauce was fine on Stage 5), then [...]
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