Lactose-free? This Yogurt’s for You!

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Beautiful, silky, and lactose-free raw yogurt!

I am blessed to be living in a cow-share state, Colorado…a cow-share state is one where individuals can access delicious, nutritious, clean, fresh raw milk. I am also blessed to be a part of a cow-share at a biodynamic dairy farm in Boulder, Light Root Community Farm.

 

I was invited to teach a class on how to Culture Dairy at the farm last week. I taught those who attended the traditional techniques of making yogurt, creme fraiche, and kefir with raw milk and raw cream. I also went over the benefits of raw versus pasteurized milk and cream.

 

Culturing milk and cream is a very easy thing to do once you know how to do it…and there are a myriad of benefits to doing so. Even organic liquid milk can be hard for the body to digest because of the presence of lactose, a milk sugar, and casein, a milk protein. Culturing milk or cream will predigest the lactose and the casein for you, which will make yogurt, creme fraiche, and kefir easy on your digestive system.

 

Cultured dairy products are a large part of the GAPS (Gut and Psychology SyndromeTM) diet…because they are easy on the digestive system and contribute beneficial bacteria to the digestive tract, as well as live enzymes and soothing lactic acid. Many people who have dairy “sensitivities” and allergies, or “lactose intolerance” stay away from dairy because they think that they cannot tolerate them. But they need not do so.  All cultured dairy…all yogurt, all creme fraiche, all kefir…was meant to be free of lactose…and you can make your own at home, with ease.

 

The quality of being free of lactose is achieved by doing what I call “culturing long”. The vast majority of yogurt or other cultured dairy products that are commercially available are not cultured for a length of time required to ensure that the lactose is pre-digested by the lactic acid producing bacteria, or lacto-bacilli. I learned this when I started teaching others about the GAPS diet, and the Dairy Introduction Protocol of the GAPS diet, i.e., when I was looking for a “therapeutic grade” yogurt for my clients and students. Easy peasy. Just allow your milk or cream to culture at 110 degrees F for a minimum of 24 hours. (I like to suggest that folks allow the culturing to go on for 36 hours or so.) Once you do this, viola’! Lactose-free cultured dairy products! Yes, you, too, can eat yogurt (or creme fraiche, or kefir) again!

 

Here’s a quick recipe for  RAW yogurt. Note that if you choose to use pasteurized milk, you MUST heat it first to 180 degrees F and then cool it to 110 degrees F prior to culturing, in order to kill off anything that may be growing in the milk that was sterilized (pasteurized). Also, be sure to use the highest quality pasteurized milk available: organic, whole, non-homogenized, no fillers, from pastured cows if possible, never UHT.

 

Yogurt

1 quart raw milk

1/3 cup or more yogurt, whey or starter

  • Pour milk into a heavy sauce pot. Slowly heat milk to 110 degrees F on the stove. (A digital thermometer makes it easy to track the temperature.) When it reaches the desired temperature, pour the milk quickly into a thermos and hold for 24 hours-36 hours. (Here is a thermos which will do so, and a canning funnel that will help you pour it with ease.) Alternatively, you may also use an electric plate, dehydrator, or a gas stove with pilot light on only.
  • If you have a yogurt maker, stir and place in yogurt maker for 24 hours. Then place in glass jar and refrigerate.

 

Learn more about the benefits of cultured dairy and more culturing techniques in my latest book! It is available as an ebook, a pdf, and a print edition: Cooking Techniques for the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet, Part II: Culturing Dairy.

 

More about biodynamic farming and biodynamic dairy farming

More about Light Root Community Farm

More about Raw Milk

More about the GAPS Diet and how diet can heal your leaky gut and the symptoms that come with it

 

 

Until next time, enjoy!

 

 

 

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“Moobs”: What to do when your Boy Child has Man Boobs

Sadly, I am not kidding.

I am blessed to have a 10-year-old son. Having that 10-year-old also puts me in contact with other boys and girls of his age by virtue of the activities in which he participates. One of those activities takes place every week, and attracts boys and girls alike. The majority of the children are between the ages of age 10 to age 17. There are also adults that play – but the bulk of those that I see playing from week to week are between the ages of 10 and 17. The majority of children come from middle-class homes, in a “mid-sized college city” in northern Colorado. But this could be any city in America. It may very well be yours, if you take a look around.

These are our children. They are our future. I am writing because I am seeing some very disturbing things as I observe and interact with this particular segment of our population, and it leaves me with questions about the viability of our tomorrows. Sounds dramatic, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, I am not over-emphasizing these issues. Not only is the brain function of some of these children low and/or impaired, but their ability to procreate—fertility—may also be at risk.

The first concern I will write about is the concept of boy children having breasts. (Yes. True. They do.) This is the first of a series of articles. Other topics I will write about in the future that are showing up in this population: obesity (we are talking real obesity, not just a few pounds overweight—this is 20 pounds, 30 pounds overweight as a child), severe acne (which is NOT inevitable), girls with a boy’s body– that is, failure to develop breasts and hips– black circles under eyes, pale skin tone, (almost translucent, as in I can see their veins),  inability to focus, aka ADD or ADHD…tragically, I could go on.

Now, I know as well as you know that boy children are not supposed to develop breasts. However, more and more of them are developing breasts-so much so that there IS a medical term for this “condition”: gynecomastia. They are also “jokingly” called “man boobs”, or “moobs” for short. I am not talking about a weight problem. It is not the result of being overweight. These man boobs are occurring even on those that are slightly built, or trim or slim. It is an estrogen problem. And here’s an idea of how it happened. (Stay tuned and I will tell you what you can do about it.)

Where is the estrogen that is causing our males to develop female body parts? It is in the food, and it is in the environment. In this article, I am going to talk about the food. Subsequent articles will address the environmental issues. The biggest culprit in terms of estrogen in food is soy. When might the story begin? Is it in the soy formula that feeds the male infant? Soy formula has more estrogen in a bottle than a month’s supply of birth control pills. And much of it is genetically modified (GMO).

Phyto-estrogen filled soy may be found in many foods. (And soy is very high in phyto-estrogen.) There what I call “overt” soy — that is, soy food products with the word “soy” right on the label such as tofu, and soy-based products such as tofu pups and tofu ice cream, soy milk, and soy creamer. There is also soy that is seemingly hidden in our foods – specifically as soy lecithin, which is an emulsifier – that is found in many foods. Soy lecithin is found in almost every chocolate bar or candy bar that is made in America at this time. And this soy is not organic (unless specifically labeled as such. Since the soy is not organic, it is most likely GMO, as more than 90% of the world’s soy is now GMO.)   Soy may also be listed on an ingredient label as natural flavor, TSF (textured soy flour), TVP (textured vegetable protein), TSP (textured soy protein), MSG, mono-diglyceride, soya, soja, and yuba.

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Have a little TVP (unfermented, processed, GMO soy) in your burrito! NOT!

The biggest culprit for our boy children maybe the protein bars or “power bars” that they consume– two and three a day sometimes. These bars have soy protein isolate as the main protein ingredient. According to the Soyfoods Association of North America, soy protein isolate “is a dry powder food ingredient that has been separated or isolated from the other components of the soybean” and  “… soy protein isolate is made from de-fatted soybean flakes that have been washed in either alcohol or water to remove sugars and dietary fiber.”

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One example of a protein bar…

Okay, enough with the soy problem. I could go on and on, as we look into the other foods that have soy in them…including seemingly innocuous canned tuna fish and meats, gravies, soups, cereals… What other foods are fraught with hormone disrupters for our boys? Conventional dairy…and conventional meat. What is “conventional dairy”? Where is it found?

Conventional dairy is any food made out of milk (milk, cream, cheese, butter, yogurt, kefir) that is not organic. Conventional dairy accounts for the majority of dairy in the United States—about 97% of it.

According to the USDA, only about 4-4.5% of the fluid milk products (that means milk and milk products you can drink, not cheese, or yogurt or kefir or butter) in the US were organic in 2013. That means that about 95-96% was conventional. EEEK! Conventional dairy farmers can use growth hormones to increase milk production (and feed them other things, everything from “erythomycin… testosterone, estadiol benzoate, sodium bicarbonate, poloxaline, propionic acid, chicken manure, cattle manure, chocolate, stale pastries, cement dust, molasses, candy, urea, hooves, feathers, meat scraps (but not from ruminants, as that has now been banned due to BSE/madcow), fish meal, pasta, peanut skins, brewery wastes, cardboard, corn silage, GMO grains, and various pesticides.” (Chris Kerston)

Meat can also be a contributor to the hormonal imbalance that can result in man boobs…Conventional meat, that is. “Conventional meat” is any meat that is not “organic” or grown by organic-or better-standards. Again, according to the USDA, only 3% of meat produced in the US was organic as of 2015. YIKES! One more time with feeling, cows on feedlots (conventionally produced meats) are fed soy and corn…think estrogen and GMOs!

Given our food supply and the amount of soy, estrogen-like compounds and hormones in it, is it any wonder why our boys are developing man boobs? I think not. And as mentioned previously, there are environmental factors as well. I’ll explore those next.

What you can do if your male child is developing breasts

In order of impact:

  1. Cut out all unfermented soy! That means protein bars, protein shakes, and anything with TVP, soy protein isolates, etc., added.
  2. Feed your child organic dairy. Better, feed him fresh dairy from cows that graze on pasture. For sources of real milk near you, see www.realmilk.com or www.westonaprice.org
  3. Feed your child organic meat. Better, feed him grass-fed and –finished meat. Look for grass-fed and –finished meats at Farmer’s Markets, or check out some of these sources: in DC Metro area, Maryland and Virginia: Fields of Athenry Farm, Polyface Farm, Smith Meadows Meats; on line: http://www.eatwild.com/products/
  4. Eat at home. Stay away from fast-food, notorious for soy protein additives in their food products. Here are a few: FAO on meat products with high levels of extenders and fillers, Wise Traditions Spring 2015

For more information about the dangers of soy, check out some independent research.

For more information about GMOs, http://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/issues/311/ge-foods/ge-food-and-your-health

In my next post, we’ll talk about contributing environmental factors, and the easy things you can do to mitigate the environmental impact of estrogenic compounds on your sons, (and brothers and husbands). Stay tuned!

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Great Children’s Book: The Adventures of Andrew Price!

 

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Love traditional food? (You must, if you are reading my blog!) Ever wonder how to explain the importance of nutrient-dense food to children in a way that is fun and informative? Here’s the answer! The Adventures of Andrew Price is a wonderful children’s book that does just that. In this book, the fictitious great-great-nephew of Dr. Weston A. Price follows in his footsteps and discovers how traditional societies nourished themselves for optimal health. Sandrine Love, founder of Nourishing Our Children, collaborated with Mohammad Naser to publish the book. Simply Being Well is a proud sponsor of the book because I love the idea of helping to spread the importance of nourishing, traditional food to children.

Full Circle!

I was so thrilled to hear that The Adventures of Andrew Price went to Africa! Feels like the teaching has come full circle! The book (the great-great-nephew) followed in his great-great-uncle Weston A. Price’s footsteps, returning to the place where much of Weston Price’s research about traditional diets was done. How cool is that?! I think it is very cool. Read on to hear how Andrew Price got to Africa!

Hilda Labrada Gore, host of the Weston A. Price Foundation’s podcast series and a local chapter leader, has made two trips to Africa thus far on behalf of the Foundation. Her intention has been to inspire those she met to take an interest in their own traditional diets and to teach about what Dr. Price observed when he traveled to Africa himself.

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While in Kenya, Hilda visited an orphanage and school called By Grace. Those she visited have cows and drink raw milk from the cows. Their diet is a mix of traditional and so-called modern foods. Hilda read The Adventures of Andrew Price with the intention to teach the students and teachers about the value of their traditional diet. Above is a photo of Hilda at the school with the book.

Promotion

This book is currently on promotion!! What a deal!!

For an investment of $25 by June 24, 2016,   you will not only receive this fabulous book,  The Adventures of Andrew Price , but also ALL of Nourishing Our Children’s downloadable education materials which includes our DVD as .mov files, as well as the e-book, audio book, PowerPoint, study guide, food pyramid chart and food pyramid photographs after the promotion. That is a bundle that normally goes for a $150.00 donation! These are fabulous educational materials. They are visually beautiful, easy to follow, and top-notch professionally done. I LOVE them, and can wholeheartedly recommend. them.

If you have children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, friends with children, teach children, participate in moms or parents groups…I encourage you to purchase a copy! The Adventures of Andrew Price is a great tool for communicating, in a simple way, the basis of the Weston A. Price principles and the importance of eating nourishing, real foods!

 

The complimentary bundle of educational materials will be emailed to all who order the book on June 25, 2016.

Note that this  book is a limited edition and there are only a few boxes of books left!

Book Review

Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and author of several books, including Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats has purchased copies of The Adventures of Andrew Price for her grandchildren and written a Thumbs Up Book Review of the book!

Check out these Testimonials!

“The minute The Adventures of Andrew Price arrived, we opened it right away and began to read it. It’s my son’s new favorite book and has opened a lot of discussion of grassfed milk and how we want to protect ourselves against cavities. So happy about this book, I hope more are to come … maybe a story about kids who eat their liver and cod liver oil! I could use a book like that! My son is five. When his friend came over to play, he was excited to show him the gallon of grass-fed milk we had in the fridge!” – Erika

 

5 Stars

“What a wonderful book. I pre-ordered this book before it was written and was thrilled to pick up my copy at the Weston A Price Foundation’s annual conference in November.  I was not disappointed!   It’s a beautifully bound hard cover book that is colorful and engaging.  It is a great way to introduce the next generation to the timeless principles discovered by Dr. Price.   It is not easy taking on such a in-depth volume, such as Dr. Price’s Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, and succinctly summarizing the important points in a way that is relevant and understandable to children, yet the author, Sandrine Love, does just that.  She not only summarized the diets of traditional people that Dr. Price studied, but also the consequences of not eating a traditional diet.  I highly recommend this book for children of all ages.

Combine it with the Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children and you have the ultimate duo for beginners of all ages to not only understand, but to implement a traditional foods lifestyle.” – Barbara Geatches

5 Stars

“I read The Adventures of Andrew Price to my 4 year old boy, and was very impressed with the book – it’s beautifully illustrated, and the story is both entertaining and instructive. While reading about the dietary changes that occurred to various cultures as they became more modern, I asked my son what he thought happened to the people. He immediately said: “They got cavities!” I was so proud of him for making the connection, and grateful for such a beautiful book. It speaks to children a lot more than all the lectures we parents can give them!” – Joanna Leyla

5 Stars

“The story told by Andrew Price is appealing to both young and old.  My 3 year old is now very concerned with unnatural ‘holes in his teeth’, or cavities, and reading it gives me a great opportunity to teach him about the importance of eating real food.  We have read it many times over.  My husband also learned new information from the book!  It is a darling book with fantastic illustrations.” – Jenny Moreland

5 Stars

I was at the Wise Traditions conference in Anaheim and this book was selling like hotcakes! I understand why. It is a perfect way to educated children (and adults) about Weston A. Price’s travels and discoveries. And it’s inspiring! When you turn the last page, you are ready to go out and eat well to be well (and to tell others about nourishing foods, to boot)! – Hilda Labrada Gore

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New! GAPS Intro Diet Chart!

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So you have been wanting to try the Gut and Psychology SyndromeTM (aka, GAPS) diet, but you don’t know where to start.

Or…you have tried it before, but got confused, and dropped out.

Or…the “Intro” sounds scary and you can’t quite figure out what to eat when, or how to move from stage to stage, or even how many stages there are. (What’s a “stage”, anyway?)

Or…you know you have symptoms of a leaky gut, but don’t know what to do about it.

Want some assistance in sorting it all out? Yes!

Want this all to be easy peasey? Yes!

How about a handy, dandy, well-organized and beautiful chart that lets you know what to do, how to do it, and when?

Yep. It now exists!

I am happy to announce my third chart, this one for the Intro Diet of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome, the healing protocol developed by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. This way of eating heals the symptoms caused by a leaky gut. Symptoms include: Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, depression, schizophrenia…and many more!

Why did I develop another chart, you ask? Because I love charts. (Really, I do.) I love how I can take a lot of information and put it in one place, and make it easy to understand. (Check out my other charts on how to properly soak and cook Grains and Beans, and…one on First Foods for Babies!)

I am also a teacher to the core of my being. I love to share information. I love to educate. Most of all,  I love to give people tools to help them to heal themselves.

I developed this particular chart because I believe in the healing capabilities of the Gut and Psychology SyndromeTM protocol.

Why now? Because I keep meeting people, hearing stories, and working with clients to implement the GAPS diet that are very confused. Confused about what to do when, (what to cook and when to eat it…and how to move from stage to stage).  So, I took matters into my own hands, and created this chart.

As I mentioned earlier, it is easy to follow, contains all the information you need, and is pleasing to the eye. My hope is that it will assist many people on their journey back to the innate health and well-being that is their birthright. The chart is available now, on my website, as a download.

If you are a Certified GAPS Practitioner, and you would like to have charts available for your patients and clients, contact me for bulk orders. Monica@simplybeingwell.com

GIVEAWAY!

I will be giving away 5 of my new GAPS Intro Diet Charts on September 1, by random drawing. These will be printed charts that will be mailed to winners. One chart per household.

The deadline is August 31, at 10pm MT. Everyone who enters will be notified of the results via email.

To enter to win your GAPS Intro Diet Chart, please answer the following questions in the comments, with a minimum of 5 sentences.

What has your experience with the GAPS diet been? What questions do you have regarding the diet? What are you hoping to gain from the Intro Chart? If you are new to the diet, what are you hoping to heal by going on it?

If the Chart is not enough, you may wish to set up a Wellness Consultation to go learn how to easily cook for the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet! Sometimes it takes just one consultation to get on the right track!

Here’s to ease of healing!

Be well, all!

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Up Next on Generation Regeneration | VoiceAmerica™: Me!

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“Up next on Gen R tomorrow, Tuesday, July 14, at 12pm PST or On Demand!

Hippocrates had it right: Let food be thy medicine, and medicine by thy food. The amazing Teaching Chef Monica Corrado of Simply Being Well: Cooking for Well-being will expand on this and how she has uses food to help with autoimmune disease and neurological disorders like Autism spectrum. Join us for some mid-day brain food!”

Follow the link above to tune in! or tune in HERE

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What is a Leaky Gut, anyway?!

And why should you care?
There’s a lot of talk these days about a “leaky gut”. What is it? Why should you care?

The part of the “gut” that the term refers to is the duodenum of the small intestine. The duodenum is the first part of the small intestine into which the stomach dumps its high acid mixture for further digestion and absorption. If that part of the small intestine has holes in it or is damaged, it is termed “leaky”. That’s because it leaks. Into the bloodstream…your bloodstream. The transportation system of the body, the one that carries nutrients to cells, and wastes away from cells…read on.

What leaks out of the small intestine into the blood stream? Large molecules of food that have not been broken down by that damaged area. This is highly problematic for many reasons, a few of which follow:
  1. Your food has not been digested, so your body will not get the nutrients from the food. If this goes on for a long time, you will be malnourished, and suffer the symptoms that that brings.
  2. Your food has not been digested, so large molecules will leak into the bloodstream. If they are protein molecules, the body will recognize them as “foreign proteins”, and launch an immune response. If this goes on for a long time, you will likely develop autoimmune disorders.
  3. Foreign food molecules in the bloodstream mean that you will develop food sensitivities. In the beginning, just a few sensitivities. As time goes on, your body will become highly reactive to many foods.
  4. Toxins will also leak into the bloodstream, which will go to the brain and cause focusing issues, brain fog, and inability to concentrate. If this goes on for a while, ADD, ADHD, OCD, SPD, depression, and mood swings–think bipolar– can develop. Schizophrenia has also been indicated.
Okay, so if all of that is probable with a leaky gut, why not heal it? It’s easy once you know how.
For more information about the best protocol I know to heal AND seal the gut, check out http://www.gaps.me/.
If you would like to learn how to cook to heal your gut, join me for informative, inspiring, and fun classes! I’ll be teaching in Fort Collins, Colorado on Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17…”Heal Your Leaky Gut: Cooking for the GAPS Diet”. Easy peasy when you know how. And that’s exactly my intention: to teach you how! More information about the cooking weekend here: http://goo.gl/BlJpQL

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Why Train to Cook for the GAPS Diet?!!

As you may or may not know, cooking for the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet is not the same as traditional food cooking, a la WAPF or the Nourishing Traditions cookbook by Sally Fallon. In fact, may people who implement the diet from Nourishing Traditions miss many important differences between GAPS and NT. They also make mistakes in the implementation, which may delay healing and actually aggravate symptoms. Some of the symptoms can be severe, like seizures, if you are prone to them! Lesser symptoms include migraines, headaches, nervous tics, rage and outbursts, stimming, brain fog…eczema…!

The GAPS diet is a therapeutic diet…with very specific techniques that were developed to achieve therapeutic results.

One of the biggest mistakes in implementation of the Intro part of the diet is people making bone broth instead of Meat Stock. Bone broth is not part of the Intro Diet. It is not mentioned anywhere in the Intro. (And, in fact, should not be served until AFTER the small intestine, aka the “leaky gut” has been healed. Stay tuned for my new book on the subject–on the how and the why…the Ultimate Guide…!)

For years I have been on list serves for the GAPS diet, and I have read horror stories about well-meaning moms who were trying their best to implement the diet for their severely autistic children and others. The children were refusing to drink the bone broth and their mothers were trying to sneak it in wherever they could. And the children were having severe symptoms, mothers often reporting that symptoms were getting worse, not better. Much of this could have been avoided if there had been a clear understanding of how to cook for the diet.

So…….if you would like to Heal Your Leaky Gut…you must do the Intro of the Diet. All six stages. No bone broth!

I will be teaching the techniques you will need to implement the Intro THIS MAY, Saturday and Sunday, the 16 and 17, in Fort Collins, CO. I have priced the weekend very reasonably so that many can join me!  I hope you will attend!

Here’s a quick testimonial from a Certified GAPS Practitioner who took my training last year:

“I recently attended Monica Corrado’s GAPS cooking series and was blown away by how much I learned (and how much I have been doing and teaching incorrectly), even after being involved in GAPS for almost a year! Although I have been constantly learning since being introduced to the GAPS diet, my certification training did not prepare me nearly enough to guide my clients in the intricacies of food portion of this healing protocol. And as food is the primary healing means of this protocol, it is vital that we understand it well. I now feel better equipped to assist my clients and myself through this healing journey.

I also enjoyed Monica’s high-energy, down-to-earth teaching and techniques. Because of her passion and her clear, memorable explanations, I will be able to remember and pass on what I learned. This is worth just as much as the content, in my opinion. Any resources invested in learning cooking with Monica is well worth it–whether going through the diet yourself or assisting others through it. I would recommend this course to anyone!” Amy Mihaly, FNP, Certified GAPS Practitioner, Loveland, CO of Wholly Guts.

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, author of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome, is very familiar with and supportive of my work of training people to cook for the GAPS diet. This training is not currently offered in this way elsewhere. Since Food is the Foundation of the diet, knowing how to cook the food for the diet is absolutely necessary.

I invite you to attend this GAPS Cooking Weekend so that you may deeply and fully know the secrets to implementing the diet and you may implement it with the knowledge and tools you need, as well as the confidence to do so!   Cooking for the GAPS Diet, Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17, 2015…Fort Collins, CO. More information HERE. And for those of you who cannot attend, I happily guide folks through the implementation, in a Wellness Consultation. Find your time here: http://simplybeingwell.com/Consultations.html

be well, all!

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