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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 …

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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GAPS Garlic Bread

This recipe was put together by Frank, a young teenage boy who is on GAPS. His dream is to become a chef of his own restaurant some day. Frank was first introduced to GAPS at the age of 7 and …

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Ice Cream Makers With Compressors

If you don’t have an ice cream maker, ask for an ice cream maker with a compressor on your Christmas list – it’ll be a present for the whole family that you will never regret it! In the past we …

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Shocking Health Impacts of Stress Linked to Cancer, Chronic Disease, Addiction

Stress in the body is handled by the body’s main stress glands, the adrenal glands. The adrenals are small triangular shaped glands that sit on top of the kidneys. They respond to stress. When the brain sends stress  signals to …

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Shocking Findings of Chemical Poisoning in House Dust

Studies on dust have exposed the presence of 271 chemicals, some of which are classified as chemicals of “emerging concern”. Environmental Science and Technology reported a study on residential house dust. They found shocking results, “from dust ingestion, inhalation, and …

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The First Ever GAPS Online Conference, “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” Has Never Been Easier

The first ever GAPS Online Conference will be a two-day private event, featuring some of the top speakers on gut health regarding GAPS, Gut and Psychology Syndrome. There’s no need to travel to hear from GAPS experts around the world. …

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How do you know when to throw out fermented vegetables that are moldy? You’re probably wasting your money!

When fermenting vegetables, the vegetable pieces should be submerged underneath the brine, unexposed to oxygen. Oxidation causes mold. Sometimes, vegetables surfacing above the brine level is inevitable, as in when making kraut juice. When the vegetable is exposed to oxygen, …

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Supporting a UTI Naturally

A urinary tract infection (UTI) can be one of the most uncomfortable and distressing things a person can experience. Some UTIs are mild and not much of an issue, while others can be excruciating. If not addressed, or not addressed …

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Bacon and Parmesan Encrusted Jalapeno Poppers – Ketogenic GAPS

There are two ways to make jalapeno poppers. One way leaves the jalapenos more crisp with life, like this recipe, the other cooks the jalapeno making it a warm comfort. When jalapeno poppers are wrapped in bacon, they must be …

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Lugol’s 5% Iodine Recipe

Lugol’s iodine is discussed thoroughly by many Medical Doctors such as Dr. David Brownstein, Dr. Guy Abraham, Dr. Jorge Flechas and others such as Lynn Farrow. In 1833 it was discussed and used extensively, as explained in the book United …

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Famous Doctor and Groundbreaking Study Show Fear Disproportionately Outweighs Virus

There are many doctors today expressing concern over the health dangers connected to the recent virus, and rightly so, but the side effect of fear is showing an inappropriate imbalance. One shocking study and one microbiome-specialist doctor express great concern …

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Homemade Body Cream

A friend of mine, who is also the best receptionist my office has ever had, made an amazing homemade cream for use on the body. Not only is it amazing, it’s the best I’ve ever used. Standard over-the-counter creams are …

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The Dangers of Mercury Toxicity and One Solution That’s Showing Shocking Results

“Mercury vapor can penetrate any part of the body it wants. Mercury would rather be in fatty tissues, and that makes the brain a prime target. Plus, you can take it in through the axonal nerves… from the nasal cavity …

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Surprising Benefits of Sumac Lemonade – a Foraged End of Summer Treat

Sumac lemonade is a traditional end of summer treat that has medicinal values which rank surprisingly high. Sumac is often confused with poison sumac, even though the two look completely different. Sumac, for making lemonade, has deep red cones, called …

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Some Tomato Sauces and Tomato Products are Found to be Not Fully Tomato

In a time when consumers are becoming more and more aware of where their foods are sourced, and people are learning firsthand that homemade meals made from real food sources are healthiest, it’s interesting to find that some tomato sauces …

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Famous Doctor Speaks up on Cancer

Cancer is a daunting disease that affects many people today; but when one famous doctor speaks up on cancer, you may get more information than you expected. As with most things today, there are different opinions in the medical world …

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Coconut Milk, Coconut Water, Coconut Meat and Coconut Oil on the GAPS Diet

“It is a good idea for GAPS patients to have coconut on a regular basis. Coconut can provide a natural source of anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral substances for these patients as well as many other nutritional factors,” says Dr. Natasha …

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Is it possible to heal a leaky gut without meat stock or meat?

“Meat and bone broth equal protein and collagen. Protein is the base of collagen, like your scaffolding. It’s also the base of your cellular matrix,” says Dr. Jillian Sarno Teta.  Teta is a naturopathic doctor who is also the President …

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New Information on Supplements Could Save Consumers Buckets of Money

Spending money on supplements can take up a great portion of the budget, costing consumers more than they hope; but new information on supplements could change all that. Judith A. DeCava, CNC, LNC has put forth The Real Truth About …

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Iron Toxicity From Food Shows Severe Issues in Health

Toxic iron levels in food are becoming more and more problematic, raising concerns among specialists. High iron toxicity in food is showing to rust the body from the inside, block the body’s ability to function, and cause contamination levels in …

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Harvard Study Exposes Air Pollution as Number One Factor in COVID Deaths

Harvard School of Health reported a study saying, “People with COVID-19 who live in U.S. regions with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease than people who live in less polluted areas, according to …

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