The GAPS Introduction diet can be confusing. Each of the 6 stages allow different foods and it can be hard to keep it all straight! This page to the Daily Life Planner free printables set saves me time by being a super quick reference guide. Read more
Beef Bone Broth is both easy to make and very healthy. Starting with the bones of grass fed animals, it can be made on the stove-top or in a crock pot. Allowed to simmer for a long slow cooking time, the resulting broth is full of minerals, amino acids and gelatin. Read more
Chicken Bone Broth can also be called Chicken Stock and is valued in most cultures as the basis for a good soup. It adds not only flavor but also incredible nourishment. As the name implies, the broth is made by allowing bones a long slow cooking time to fully extract the nutrients and minerals from them. Chicken broth is, likeRead More
The health benefits of bone broth are numerous and include helping you to look younger, helping to heal leaky gut, improve immune system function, increase and promote oral health, help with decreasing inflammation, hair and fingernail growth – just to name a few. Plus, not only is bone broth good for you and economical to make, it is easy! Read more
Sometimes I am late jumping on the bandwagon and this is one of those times. The bandwagon I’m talking about is juicing. I really enjoy carrot juice but to take the time to do it is another story. It is not so much the juicing but, the clean-up afterwards. You know, the juicer itself –Read More
I have recently had several readers emailing and asking what supplementation of vitamins I used while on the GAPS diet. I thought others might have the same question. So, today I want to share the supplements I took while on the GAPS diet and the supplements I take now. If you are not sureRead More
I have a confession to make. If you have been around awhile, you know that I have been on the GAPS diet (affiliate link) for 1 1/2 years and followed it religiously. The results have been amazing! Through the GAPS diet, I have relief from rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and I am eating meat again after aRead More
Have you ever had a gallbladder attack? Talk about painful! But there is hope – here is how to get rid of gallstones naturally! Thankfully, I have found something that works like a charm, is not invasive and lets me keep my gallbladder! Plus, it doesn’t hurt – yeah!