GAPS or SCD? This Cooking Class is for You

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Wow!   July went by so quickly!   I can’t believe that our series is over already on Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD.      

If you followed this series all month long on this blog, you may feel as I did when I was first introduced to this information almost 4 years ago.    This information is truly way ahead of its time.   

Perhaps you have decided that you or someone you love needs to go on the GAPS or the very similar Specific Carboyhydrate (SCD) diet for 6-18 months to reduce autoimmune symptoms or even put these conditions in remission.  

What next???

One thing is for sure – if you go on GAPS/SCD and cut out all grains and starches temporarily which is the main thrust of these healing protocols, you will be eating A LOT more meat and veggies than you ever have before!

Cutting out grains and starches leaves a big gap in the diet of most Westerners.

For this reason, I have decided to promote Ann Marie Michaels’ (of the Real Food based Cheeseslave blog) new online cooking class called “Surf and Turf”.     I think this class could be of serious benefit for those who are afraid of going on the GAPS diet because they wonder what in the world would they eat if they did?    This course helps answer this question by giving a big focus to MEAT – one of the primary foods at the center of the GAPS/SCD diets.

It is also fantastic for folks who eat grains but are basically low carb or Paleo and want to find out some new and different ways to prepare nutrient dense grassfed meats and seafood.

Here is a brief video overview of the Surf and Turf class:

Enrollment for this class ends on August 14, 2010.    The 13 week, self paced class begins on August 18, 2010.

If you are not completely satisfied with the class or do not wish to continue for any reason, there is a 30 day money back guarantee as well!

This class could be the tool you need to successfully implement GAPS.    Click here to sign up and to see a list of the lessons covered each week.  

If you do choose to sign up and would like to earn your class by recommending a few friends, email me at and I will send you the link to do this.

I hope you find this recommendation helpful in your quest for your best health!

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist

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The Healthy Home Economist holds a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Mother to 3 healthy children, blogger, and best-selling author, she writes about the practical application of Traditional Diet and evidence-based wellness within the modern household. Her work has been featured by USA Today, The New York Times, ABC, NBC, and many others.

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