GAPS Intro E-book 30% off Sale for Autism Awareness Month


April is Autism Awareness Month!  To celebrate our children, I’m putting my What Can I Eat Now? 30 Days on the GAPS Intro E-book on sale for the whole month.  Use coupon code AUTISM for 30% off the whole month of April 2012.  Purchase here


Why the sale? Because the GAPS Diet, specifically the intro diet, has been hands down the most effective thing we have tried for my daughter’s autism.  I want to help you help your family!  Read more about the GAPS Intro diet here, the Gut-Brain connection here, and see tons of GAPS and Grain Free Recipes here.


My little one has been on the GAPS diet for over 2 years now, and I’ve seen so much progress. I’m going to try to write an update post for you sometime this month.  Stay tuned!



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  1. I have the Gaps Intro E book and I loved, loved, loved it! Could not have done intro without it! Any chance you will be having a sale on your meal plans for the month of April :)

  2. Hi Cara! I was so excited to see this discount… we are planning to start GAPS in late April, and I will spend these first few weeks prepping. I tried to purchase using the discount code, but it tells me that the code has expired. Help?

  3. It worked & I got it! Thanks so much for your quick response & help!

    Two questions:
    1. Should I buy the FCLO or the FCLO & Butter oil blend? I’m guessing not the butter oil blend yet, right?
    2. It actually looks like US Wellness Meats is out of stock with their beef & lamb tallow (which is a good sign of so many people going “paleo” or “primal” or just getting back to traditional foods). My problem is, I’m not sure where else to buy it… and it sounds like it’s the only approved fat in which to cook during intro. Is that correct?

    Thanks again!

    • Yeah, I’d just use CLO. You can use the fat skimmed off of chicken stock. Hopefully USWM will have beef tallow again soon, they usually have that re-stocked faster than the lamb tallow. You can use pastured lard too, if you eat pork.

  4. Heather L says:

    Thanks so much for writing this book! I’ve been wanting to put my daughter on the GAPS diet for a while now but have been putting off starting for obvious reasons. I think we will *all* benefit (i know i have candida overgrowth), but my 2 year old daughter has medically intractible epilepsy due to Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (genetic disease that causes benign tumors…her brain is full of them) We have had more improvement with craniosacral therapy and chiropractic than with any prescription drug known to man, and we’re hoping to knock things out the rest of the way and get her off some or all of these drugs by doing GAPS. We’re already GFCF but eat a lot of cane sugar, fruit, rice, spelt, and corn. Your book is already making me feel MUCH MUCH better about the prospect of starting this diet. Thank you thank you thank you!

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