Gutsy Pantry Paratus Podcast
|September 21, 2012||Posted by Caroline Lunger under GAPS, My favorite things|
I am speaking on a Podcast at Pantry Paratus!
Its so wired to hear myself speak…I will just leave it to you to listen to it! Ha
What we talk about:
-GAPS diet, what is it, what does it do for you?
-Gut connected to your brain, really?
-Which vitamins do you need for your gut—where do you get them?
-Selective supplements vs. whole foods which cannot be replicated
-Overdose on certain minerals (as naturally found in foods)?
-Organ meats from grass fed animals
-Everyone heals (the gut) at a different rate
-Graduating different steps through the diet as you add in different food
-GAPS diet recipes do not have to be weird or yucky, just substitute GAPS ingredients where necessary
-GAPS diet for a college student
-Preparing GAPS food ahead of time, then freeze it so that it becomes its own (nutritious) convenience food
-The “buy in” for GAPS diet, what is the price for getting GAPS foods
-Finding ways to buy food in bulk with other people (co-op’s, etc.)
-Finding ways to stretch the foods you do have
-Chest freezer is the best tool for a real food person
-Bone broth and eating foods in season
-GAPS diet includes vegetables too!
-You should not be tired after eating your food
-What does the GAPS diet address? How can Moms use this diet for their children?
-Testimony of using the GAPS diet for depression
-Food coloring and children
-Food to harm or food to heal
-When people start to notice the change in you
-Reaching out to the younger generation with the Gutsy message
-Helping children to understand their body’s signals for food
-Other things Caroline tried before she succeeded with the GAPS diet
-How Caroline was able to research her owns symptoms and find her solution with the GAPS diet
-Getting to the point where the pain of being sick is greater than the pain of change
-Slowly changing your shopping and cooking habits over time to develop a healthy gut
-Lifestyle changes that help you succeed on a GAPS diet
-Setting aside a preparation day to make broth, prepare vegetables, dehydrate, etc. so that you have this routine down
-Resources you might need: GAPS diet, canning jars, other blogs, finding farmers locally,dehydrator, etc.
whewf! we covered a lot…why don’t you just listen to it instead
~Stay Gutsy, Caroline