How to Make Crispy Nuts for the GAPS Diet

How to Make Crispy Nuts for the GAPS Diet

Crispy or sprouted nuts are gentler on the digestive system, making them easier to digest, especially for individuals with sensitive guts. Today I’ll share why crispy nuts matter and how to make crispy nuts for the GAPS Diet with various nuts and seeds. Crispy nuts...

Sourcing Food for the GAPS Diet

Sourcing Food for the GAPS Diet

When you’re new to buying food locally or direct from farms, it’s hard to know where to start. It’s a bit like learning a new language when you begin sourcing food for the GAPS Diet. I’m here to help clear up the confusion about descriptive terms, what animals eat...

GAPS Diet Taco Meat Recipe

GAPS Diet Taco Meat Recipe

I prefer to call this GAPS Diet taco meat recipe “Mexican-style Ground Beef,” because when you mention taco meat to your family, they’ll expect tortillas or chips. While you can make GAPS tortillas with coconut flour, I don’t choose to spend my time that way unless...

A Carnivore GAPS Diet

A Carnivore GAPS Diet

Historically, humans predominantly ate animal foods throughout the world, and plants were eaten only during their growing seasons or medicinally, until relatively recently. The first place I ever learned about a carnivore GAPS Diet was during a GAPS Practitioner...

Sensible Sun Exposure

Sensible Sun Exposure

Sunlight exposure has a number of benefits for both physical and mental health, including Vitamin D production, improved mood, better sleep-wake cycles, and improved skin health if you’re experiencing conditions such as acne, eczema, or psoriasis. We’ve been taught to...

Welcome! I’m Jennifer, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified GAPS Practitioner.

I like to share with my clients as I go, and I am not claiming to be some know-it-all guru.

I’m learning so much every day about health, wellbeing, and happiness, and this is where you will find the subjects I’m pondering and ideas I’m exploring.

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