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This is one of those posts that feels risky for me. Sometimes, I’m compelled to write something especially personal, in which I am more vulnerable than in other posts. I choose to do so (more…)

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You asked for advance notice, and here it is!

For the second year in a row, Sorrento Centre in the interior of British Columbia, Canada will host a GAPS (more…)

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6 Years Later

Recently, I reconnected with a friend I had lost contact with about six years ago. In my pre-GAPS life, she and I were very, very close. When I found her again, we easily picked up where we left off, spending hours holding hands, laughing, talking, catching up, and enjoying (more…)

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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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EMDR: Adjunct Therapy

I have recently been accessing a healing modality called EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). In this, the client presents a memory that is (more…)

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Your Happy Weight

For most of my life my body has been a medium size and weight -not “fat”, not skinny. Medium. Pre-GAPS, there were times my body’s size increased to points such that I felt (more…)

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Well, That Didn’t Go As Planned!

A few posts ago I announced I would do intro (for my sixth time in just over four years), for a month. The discomfort on Day 1 notwithstanding, I got off to such a great start, but subsequently went out with a fizzle. I think even this is worth sharing; as always, I believe my stumble can help others. What I learned: (more…)

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