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GAPS Meal Plans

Treat your gut right with GAPS meal plans.

The GAPS Diet is a temporary diet that eliminates hard to digest carbohydrates, toxic food additives, and foods that are difficult to digest.  These foods are removed to heal the gut. By healing the gut, it’s possible chronic conditions such as autism, celiacs, food allergies, environmental allergies, eczema, and autoimmune disorders can be healed.

The entire diet is outlined in the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride.

What if your whole family isn’t GAPS? We got you covered. Once you’re signed up we’ll show you how to refine your settings to match your needs.

Treat your gut right with GAPS meal plans.

The GAPS Diet is a temporary diet that eliminates hard to digest carbohydrates, toxic food additives, and foods that are difficult to digest.  These foods are removed to heal the gut. By healing the gut, it’s possible chronic conditions such as autism, celiacs, food allergies, environmental allergies, eczema, and autoimmune disorders can be healed.

The entire diet is outlined in the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride.

What if your whole family isn’t GAPS? We got you covered. Once you’re signed up we’ll show you how to refine your settings to match your needs.

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