I can understand that! I'm going for GAPS. It does seem a little complicated, and involves cooking things I'm not used to, making homemade yoghurts and fermented vegs etc, but, it feels right. I have a problem with dairy for a start, and GAPS is dairy free to begin with, adding it in when the gut has healed sufficiently to tolerate it. No complex carbs, starchy vegs, sugars, lactose or grains allowed. I can do this. I'm gonna continue on the Beat Candida plan that I'm on at the moment, then swap over on 27th December when all the Christmas entertaining is done. The first few weeks at least seem very strict. Don't want to go to all that effort and then deviate part way through. Have you read the GAPS book? There is a massive FAQ bit on this link: http://www.gaps.me/preview/?page_id=32
Hi - it will be nice to share this journey. I'm really confused right now, doing a lot of reading. I'm leaning towards SCD at this moment, it seems easier to understand and hopefully follow. 641 days ago
Hi! Just thought I'd friend you as I have also recently joined the GAPS team (and also the SCD team, which I understand is the forerunner of GAPS). Looking forward to sharing this journey with you.
Just stopping by to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, as one of Country Living's Team Leaders I love to leave a little cheer or comment on your blog as a thanks for sharing. Hope 2014 is a great year for you.
Hi It's my privilege today to drop you a note to say thanks for your blogs in November, this time of year is a great time to be thankful for all we have, for the people who share our journeys, for SP and having a place where people understand what this new lifestyle is all about.
Thanks for your part in this Country Living team and in SP, may December be a great month for you in weightloss and goal reaching and coming to understand yourself better. 996 days ago