To close our month reviewing the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, I thought I would list all the grain free and GAPS friendly recipes that I have posted over the previous few months in a single post. Having all the recipe links located in one spot is helpful for me when I am trying to find something I wrote a while back (yes,
I have had numerous emails of late asking about the voluntary recall of kombucha from healthfood store shelves around the country. It was supposed to be back on the shelves as of this week, but so far, no G.Ts to be found at least in my neck of the woods. What’s more, it’s supposed to be pasteurized when it is restocked.
By Guest Blogger Paula Jager, CSCS
After thoroughly covering our CrossFit hierarchy I would like to share some of our success stories and what it can do for those of us that do not make our living through athletics yet are “athletes’ nonetheless. . .
Crushed for time to make dinner and everybody is starving and can’t wait another minute to eat? Here’s a fast, easy solution with a few items pulled from the pantry, freezer, and refrigerator at a moment’s notice.
The dinner in the picture above is one of many examples of fast, healthy meals that can be pulled together in minutes.
Many years ago, shortly after I turned 30, I started having panic attacks totally out of the blue. While relatively harmless in and of themselves, panic attacks make you feel like you are going to die. Racing heart, difficulty breathing, heaviness in the chest and a feeling of impending doom all close in on you and then completely disappear within the span of 10 minutes or so.
I tweeted this grain free brownies recipe a few weeks ago. I’ve made a few tweaks here and there and am now ready to share it in a post. While not strictly a GAPS recipe as cocoa and carob powder are not permitted on this diet, it is grain free so that folks who are semi-GAPS and do not find starches to be a problem like the grains (and other disaccharides like sugar) can eat these with no problem.
A new member of the local buying club I coordinate recently sent me these pictures of the poultry aisle in a WalMart Super Center in Rosarito Beach, Mexico. Her daughter is shown smiling in wonderment in the second photo at a picture of CHICKEN FEET that are included in a package of chicken pieces.