I wanted to point you in the direction of some more GAPS reading. It’s especially helpful for people who are wanting to try the GAPS diet – it’s not uncommon to not know anyone else on the diet, so thankfully lots of support can be found on the internet! Don’t forget to check out the GAPS Online Store on my resources page.
First is the radio interview I did with Starlene on the GAPS Diet Journey, I talk basically about our ‘GAPS story’ and how it’s helped our family. She does interviews with GAPS families often and they can be a great encouragement for others who want to try this diet with their family.
I did a post on Wardeh’s blog GNOWFGLINS about why sometimes a traditional food diet just isn’t enough, and GAPS can be used to help us utilize these wholesome foods and heal from the harm that often comes in our modern culture. For what it’s worth, I talk about grain free eating because that’s what works best for our family. By all means, if you’re thriving on a traditional food diet with lots of wholesome fats, proteins, and yes, whole grains, then go ahead and keep at it! I hope that my non-grain-free friends don’t feel judged. Just because something is best for us doesn’t mean that it’s best for you as well :)
Sarah from the Healthy Home Economist talked about my GAPS Intro Diet Book, thanks Sarah! Check out the comments too, Sarah is very knowledgeable and answers a lot of questions in the comments section.
Jenny of Nourished Kitchen also talked about the GAPS diet, with more answers to questions and an overview of what the GAPS diet is.
And still more GAPS Q&A at Mommypotamus!
There is so much interest in the GAPS diet, and so many people are SO overwhelmed (I was too!) with the idea of cooking everything from scratch without using grains, that more information is always helpful.
What about you, have you seen any GAPS related posts that you found helpful and interesting lately? Link them below in the comments :)
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