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According to the Georgia Straight, a weekly newspaper published in Vancouver, British Columbia:

…a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at [the University of British Columbia] and distinguished scientist at BC Cancer Agency’s Terry Fox Laboratory, has been following a low carbohydrate, high (more…)

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Some things about being “post GAPS” are easier. Some are harder. Harder are things like (more…)

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Yesterday, I watched my son -now almost eight years old- swim for three and a half hours. He was so happy. He dove, front crawled, glided, dipped, splashed, and floated -his face beaming almost the entire time. Toward the end, tears came to my eyes. Suddenly, I was remembering him three years old, unable to (more…)

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My seven year old son, who completed his GAPS healing program almost two years ago, has been on an interesting dietary journey lately…and I’m impressed! It all started with a virus a (more…)

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Often the term “comfort foods” is used to describe specific dishes. My sense, though, is that “comfort foods” are not universal but, rather, specific to each of us and related to what we received as (more…)

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How Weird Is Your Breakfast?

Winter celebrations from a variety of cultures tend to offer a lot of sugar and wheat. In preparation for this, I upped my personal ante by (more…)

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After a day at his homelearning program -which included 40 minutes of walking, then recess, then another hour of physical activity- my son was very hungry. From the fridge I pulled out the rest of a (more…)

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