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In the November 2010 edition of her book, Dr Natasha adjusted her dairy recommendations to support -for some people- even in early intro the use of (more…)

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My heart aches for this beautiful two year old boy and his family. The story reminds me yet again how important it is that we (more…)

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Why Intro?

While some people (pregnant or breastfeeding women, specifically) are advised to skip intro until no one is physically dependent on their body, some people have skipped intro, either on another’s advice that it was not necessary, or out of fear of die-off, or out of reluctance to give up favourite foods even for a short time. For those feeling resistance or needing encouragement, I thought it would be worth, then, outlining some of the major benefits of (more…)

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The idea with SCD or GAPS is that once a person has completed the healing period, which usually takes 1.5-2 years, one might find their bodies can handle other foods now and then. Some ultimately eat about (more…)

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I recently came across an excellent article on oxalates and highly recommend it. ‘The Role of Oxalates in Autism and Chronic Disorders‘ by William Shaw is the simplest, most straightforward yet comprehensive article on oxalates I have read. To read the (more…)

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[January 11, 2010] Some weeks ago, I received an email about a little boy who was on GAPS but who was, aside from a few glimpses of healing, still (more…)

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Lentilaphobia

I’m scared of lentils. During the worst of my illness, lentils and chocolate were (more…)

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