Picky Eating Side Effects

Picky Eating Side Effects

In my previous article I talked about when picky eating is a phase and when it’s considered chronic. When picky eating is chronic it’s not an isolated issue. It’s always followed by degraded physical, mental, or emotional health. These are the overlooked picky eating...

Is picky eating a phase?

Is picky eating a phase?

If you have a child that’s a picky eater, you’ve probably been assured that it’s normal and they’ll grow out of it. As many parents have learned, that’s not always the case. Is picky eating a phase and a normal part of childhood? While a picky eating phase is common,...

My Child Isn’t Growing on the GAPS Diet

My Child Isn’t Growing on the GAPS Diet

My child isn’t growing on the GAPS Diet. What am I doing wrong? Two or three times a year a worried parent reaches out to me with this question. Their kids range in age from babies to preteens. Of course, falling behind on the growth charts happens with all ways of...

How to Cheat on the GAPS Diet

How to Cheat on the GAPS Diet

Cheating on the GAPS Diet is almost inevitable. While I’m not encouraging it, I acknowledge the reality of it and I’d like to offer you some advice on how to cheat on the GAPS Diet with less consequences. If you’re new to GAPS, I propose that you to stick with the...

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...

GAPS Diet Meat Stock Mistakes – with recipe

GAPS Diet Meat Stock Mistakes – with recipe

On the GAPS protocol, we use short-cooked meat stock, not long-cooked bone broth. Understanding the difference between meat stock and bone broth is the first of the GAPS Diet meat stock mistakes, and the easiest to correct. Short-cooked meat stock is high in the amino...

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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