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Getting Started with Intermittent Fasting – My Tips for an Easy Transition

2020-03-21T10:38:03-06:00Categories: Blog, Blood Sugar, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Diets, Digestion, Inflammation, Insulin Resistance, intermittent fasting, Leaky Gut, Low Carb, Nutritional Therapy|Tags: , , , , , , |

Getting Started with Intermittent Fasting - My Tips for an Easy Transition INTRODUCTION  Welcome to Part 2 of my Intermittent Fasting series.   In Part 1, you learned all about what Intermittent Fasting is, the sort of benefits you can expect from it, and how it can potentially be a missing link to your best health. [...]

Could Intermittent Fasting Be the Missing Link to Your Health?

2020-03-21T10:41:01-06:00Categories: Blog, Blood Sugar, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Diets, Digestion, Inflammation, Insulin Resistance, intermittent fasting, Leaky Gut, Low Carb, Nutritional Therapy|Tags: , , , , , , |

Could Intermittent Fasting be the missing link to your health goals? Introduction When it comes to losing weight, maintaining a healthy weight, and improving our overall health so that we can feel our best, our diet is the first thing we work at changing.  And rightfully so. Our diet is what provides us with the [...]

How to make Fermented Sauerkraut

2020-03-21T10:44:46-06:00Categories: GAPS, Leaky Gut, Recipe, Side Dish|Tags: , , , |

Sauerkraut is delicious with any meal and can be added to soups, salads, and stir-frys.  It will help with the digestion of your meal, as it is full of enzymes and beneficial bacteria.  Eating fermented foods is vital to repopulate your gut; the probiotic bacteria will make it all the way down to the end of [...]

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What is GAPS?

2020-03-21T10:45:24-06:00Categories: Blog, Chronic Fatigue, Leaky Gut|Tags: , , |

GAPS stands for both Gut and Psychology Syndrome and Gut and Physiology Syndrome.  The termed coined by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is to describe the connection between the state of our digestive system and the function of our brains and bodies. How does GAPS work? Basically if your digestive system is compromised and not functioning properly, [...]

What even is a Leaky Gut?

2020-03-21T10:45:24-06:00Categories: Blog, Chronic Fatigue, Food Allergies & Intolerances, Leaky Gut|Tags: , , , |

What even is a Leaky Gut?  Lesson #1 You hear about it all the time but what actually is it? And more importantly is it affecting you? Your small intestine has a very thin layer of cells constructing its walls and creating its border.  These are called epithelial cells and they are equipped with tight [...]