Tag Archives: GAPS Diet

Next Best to Breast Milk: Homemade Infant Formulas

When it comes to feeding your baby, breast milk is ideal for a myriad of reasons. Breast milk is rich in all the nutrients needed for growing strong and healthy babies. These include raw cholesterol, fat-soluble vitamins A, D, K2 and E along with B vitamins, calcium, magnesium and the whole range of minerals and … Learn More

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What to Do About Carrageenan?

Very few topics in life exude as much emotion as food. And in the real food world, the subject of carrageenan (pronounced “kar-uh–gee-nuh n”) is one that fosters a range of emotions and confusion. We receive questions weekly regarding the safety of carrageenan, and so I will share our opinion regarding this subject, in hopes of … Learn More

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Kim-chi to Your Defense

How much do you value your probiotic foods? According to Mark McDonald of the New York Times Koreans considered it a “national tragedy” in 2010 when they experienced a cabbage crop failure. Protect your gut and your overall health by starting a batch of kim-chi or sauerkraut today. Kim-chi is easy to make and is … Learn More

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Stock vs. Broth: Are You Confused?

French chefs have a term fonds de cuisine, which translates “the foundation and working capital of the kitchen.” Bone and meat stock provide just that, the foundation of both the kitchen and ultimately one’s physical health. One of the most common questions that those individuals embarking upon the GAPS Diet have is “Do I make … Learn More

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