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...
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...
The No-plant GAPS Diet for SIBO

The No-plant GAPS Diet for SIBO

The problem with most SIBO treatments is that they aim to starve out or kill an overgrowth without healing the gut and the enteric nervous system, which are crucial in overcoming SIBO long-term. To address this I’ve always recommended a Low-FODMAPS version of the GAPS...

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