GAPS Protocol Help



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a resource platform

GAPS Protocol Help is a resource platform for GAPS related information, products, support networks, and education and consulting services.

The content gathered here will provide you with information and knowledge to assist you on your GAPS journey and our always expanding content will provide professionals with a wealth of GAPS information for delivering the program in a professional setting.

Our GAPS Online Shop makes it easy for GAPS customers and practitioners to order all their GAPS supplies in one place.

online courses

Dr. Natasha Teachings

  • Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is the author and creator of GAPS, “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” and “Gut and Physiology Syndrome”

Beginner GAPS

$ 30
each month
  • Beginner GAPS is designed to educate and guide someone who is first starting out with the GAPS Protocol. This easy to follow collection of articles, podcasts, teachings, and guidelines can make this daunting change in your lifestyle, turning it into an adventure that makes total sense.

Advanced GAPS

$ 55
each month
  • Advanced GAPS is designed for the more knowledgeable GAPSter who is seeking a deeper knowledge of what is happening, why it’s happening, and how to address the situation. This collection of countless hours of reading, listening, and learning will leave you understanding the protocol on an expertise level.

Practitioner Training

$ 120
each month
  • This section of Practitioner Teaching is designed for practitioners looking to further their training, seeking to understand what to look for in those they work with, how to explain what is happening and how to support the situation.
Best value
about us

Becky Plotner

Becky Plotner is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor through the American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board. She is a traditional naturopath, Certified GAPS Practitioner, Doctor of Pastoral Sciences, and was deemed “The GAPS Expert” by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride in 2017. She is classified as a practitioner literate in Lyme,  Iodine and chelation. She serves on Dr Natasha’s GAPS Board of Directors, is on the GAPS Staff as an instructor teaching Certified GAPS Practitioners in Training, as well as Certified GAPS Coaches in training.

As a Naturopathic Doctor, her specialty is GAPS, which is the main focus of her clinic in N. Georgia, just south of the Tennessee border in the United States. Plotner has spoken at Annual Weston A. Price Conferences on GAPS and speaks on GAPS at many meetings promoting the power of foods. She has been published in “The Wise Traditions Journal”, most recently with an article in the last Summer 2021 issue. She has appeared on many television and radio shows teaching people how to cook GAPS foods. Plotner came to GAPS when her son was 4.5, with autism, ADHD, hypoglycemia, bipolar, and dyslexia. He recovered from the lion’s share of his issues within the first year, and has been neurotypical since. As a result of their family switching to GAPS, Plotner recovered from 8 autoimmune diseases, Stage 4 Spinal Degeneration, heavy metal poisoning, Stage 4 Adrenal Fatigue, and cancer.


GAPS books by Becky Plotner

 Becky is the author of the book “GAPS, Stage by Stage, With Recipes”, which she wrote alongside Dr Natasha as well as the book “Probiotic Foods vs Commercial Probiotics”. Dr Natasha asked her to write the GAPS Baby book and is also working on a book on Cancer. 

Newest articles from my blog



Baba’s Beef Liver Pâté Recipe

This recipe comes from Marina Peck, who is a Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter leader in the North Atlanta area and in training as a certified GAPS Coach. Marina’s interest in food came as an unexpected passion. She is a creative person at heart. Since her first daughter was born 24 years ago with Muscular …

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The Perfect Christmas Gift for a Foodie

Finding the right Christmas gift can be daunting; this list is a sure fire hit! Pick and choose as you wish, but every foodie will be in heaven with these babies! The Excalibur dehydrator is the king of all dehydrators. This is our most used appliance in the house. It’s used for making perfect yogurt …

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Pumpkin Spice Latte – GAPS and Paleo Approved

The spin of this treat is taken from the  pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks which contains ingredients (taken straight from the bottle) such as sugar, condensed nonfat milk, sweetened condensed nonfat milk, annatto (E160b, colour), natural and artificial flavours, caramel colour (E 150d), salt, potassium sorbate (E202, a preservative). Interestingly enough it contains no pumpkin. …

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Connection Between Mold, Dirty Electricity, and Heavy Metals

Toxic metals support the promotion of parasites, says Wendy Myers, FDN-P, CHHC. “There are toxic metals in our air, food and water. No one is exempt. Everyone is going to have some amount of mercury, lead, aluminum, glyphosate and some of the hundred thousand chemicals that we have in our environment,” she says. Myers pushes …

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GAPS Pumpkin Pie

There are few things better at Thanksgiving time than pumpkin pie, however, once you begin making pumpkin pie out of real ingredients you’ll soon see how much a difference sugar and binder ingredients make. This recipe is a pleaser with both GAPS folks and Standard American Diet lovers. {We are taking a leap of faith …

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Becky Plotner has been a Certified GAPS Practitioner from October of 2015. She is one of the best practitioners on the whole list of Certified GAPS Practitioners I have trained. It is a pleasure to work with her. She is professional, very attentive, intelligent and has a great work ethic. She is always learning and deepening her knowledge in the health field. She has a busy practice and has helped many families and individuals with severe chronic illnesses.

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride