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THE FULL GAPS DIET
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For many GAPS patients, the diet should be followed for two years at
least. The book Gut & Psychology Syndrome will provide recipes and
more explanation about the diet.

The best foods are eggs (if tolerated), fresh meats (not preserved),
fish, shellfish, fresh vegetables and fruit, nuts and seeds, garlic
and olive oil. Apart from eating vegetables cooked, it is important
to have some raw vegetables with meals, as they contain vital enzymes
to assist digestion of the meats. Fruit should be eaten on their own,
not with meals, as they have a very different digestion pattern and
can make the work harder for the stomach. Fruit should be given as a
snack between meals.

It is very important to have plenty of natural fats in every meal from
meats, butter, ghee, coconut (if tolerated) and cold pressed olive
oil. Animal fats on meats are particularly valuable. Fermented foods
(sauerkraut, yogurt, and kefir) are also a very important part of this
diet in addition to homemade meat or fish stock. It is recommended to
take a cup of warm meat or fish stock with every meal as a drink as
well as soups and stews made with the meat or fish stock. The stock,
kefir and fermented vegetables will over time restore the stomach acid
production, which will improve digestion.

It is best to avoid processed foods (any packet or tinned foods).
They are stripped from most nutrients that were present in the fresh
ingredients used for making these foods. They are a hard work for the
digestive system and they damage the healthy gut flora balance. On
top of that they usually contain a lot of artificial chemicals,
detrimental to health, like preservatives, colorants, etc. Try to buy
foods in the form that nature made them, as fresh as possible.

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From: pautrey on
On Jun 20, 7:51 pm, pautrey <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> (Gut and Psychology Syndrome)http://gapsdiet.com/Home_Page.html
>
> THE FULL GAPS DIEThttp://gapsdiet.com/The_Diet.html
>
> For many GAPS patients, the diet should be followed for two years at
> least.  The book Gut & Psychology Syndrome will provide recipes and
> more explanation about the diet.
>
> The best foods are eggs (if tolerated), fresh meats (not preserved),
> fish, shellfish, fresh vegetables and fruit, nuts and seeds, garlic
> and olive oil.  Apart from eating vegetables cooked, it is important
> to have some raw vegetables with meals, as they contain vital enzymes
> to assist digestion of the meats.  Fruit should be eaten on their own,
> not with meals, as they have a very different digestion pattern and
> can make the work harder for the stomach.  Fruit should be given as a
> snack between meals.
>
> It is very important to have plenty of natural fats in every meal from
> meats, butter, ghee, coconut (if tolerated) and cold pressed olive
> oil.  Animal fats on meats are particularly valuable.  Fermented foods
> (sauerkraut, yogurt, and kefir) are also a very important part of this
> diet in addition to homemade meat or fish stock.  It is recommended to
> take a cup of warm meat or fish stock with every meal as a drink as
> well as soups and stews made with the meat or fish stock.  The stock,
> kefir and fermented vegetables will over time restore the stomach acid
> production, which will improve digestion.
>
> It is best to avoid processed foods (any packet or tinned foods).
> They are stripped from most nutrients that were present in the fresh
> ingredients used for making these foods.  They are a hard work for the
> digestive system and they damage the healthy gut flora balance.  On
> top of that they usually contain a lot of artificial chemicals,
> detrimental to health, like preservatives, colorants, etc.  Try to buy
> foods in the form that nature made them, as fresh as possible.
>
> Read More:http://gapsdiet.com/The_Diet.html
>
> http://gapsdiet.com/Home_Page.html

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