Helping you navigate the GAPS Diet from start to finish.

One-on-one support, group classes, and tracking tools.

I’m Jennifer Scribner

Author, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and Certified GAPS Practitioner since 2011.

I provide the information and inspiration you need to take the next step on the journey to healing your body, lifestyle, and this planet.

Where the GAPS Protocol meets the real world.


With step-by-step GAPS guidance you can stop scouring the internet for answers every night. I’ll show you how to experiment and interpret your body’s patterns so you can double down on what’s most important instead of endlessly striving for GAPS perfection.


When you figure out what works, GAPS becomes a lifestyle that you support while cultivating the other important things in your life.

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Whether you’re just beginning or have a complex case we’ll work together to customize your plan of action starting from where you are now.

Balance your hormones, settle your emotions, and clear your mind with the food you eat and the products you use. Click to find out more.

Switching to therapeutic, non-toxic products in your home can be your next best step towards radiant health. The bonus? You’re not sacrificing cleanliness or irritating a sensitive immune system.

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The Latest From The Blog

Do you need corn and soy-free eggs on GAPS?

Do you need corn and soy-free eggs on GAPS?

There is a surprising amount of variation in egg quality when you dig into the certifications, feeds, and practices used for laying hens. While most people choose organic eggs for the GAPS Diet, there are some people for whom that quality alone may not be enough. If...

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Low Histamine GAPS Diet

Low Histamine GAPS Diet

There’s a belief floating around the internet that you can’t do the GAPS Diet if you’re experiencing histamine intolerance or mast cell activation disorder (MCAD). The truth is that other nutritional plans address histamine by showing you how to avoid it in foods. The...

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