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The difference between Gut and Psychology Syndrome and Gut and Physiology Syndrome

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride initially saw autistic spectrum disorders in her practice, but the more children she saw, the more it became clear that other epidemics were emerging. Rather than trying to fit a child into any specific diagnostic box, she needed a name for the underlying disorder which originates in the gut and manifests itself …

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What conditions may belong to the Gut and Physiology Syndrome?

(Excerpt from Gut and Physiology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride) All diseases begin in the gut! This is what Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, concluded more than two thousand years ago. Indeed, every chronic disease begins in the gut. GAPS, which stands for Gut and Psychology Syndrome and Gut and Physiology Syndrome, establishes a …

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Recommended products

In preparing GAPS foods, here are some items I found essential or useful. Thermometer ThermoPro TP03 Digital Thermometer with Backlight on Amazon I like this one because it has an easy read digital display, and a button to light the display. Folds for storage. Easy to handle and accurate to check the temperatures while preparing …

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RECOMMENDED READING AND VIDEOS

Here are essential and recommended books and videos:   The first four books here are essential reads and handy reference books by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride: Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, Dyspraxia, A.D.D., Dyslexia, A.D.H.D., Depression, Schizophrenia Gut and Psychology Syndrome is an Amazon #1 Best Seller in Nutrition   Gut and Physiology …

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What can I eat on the GAPS Full Diet?

If the GAPS Full Diet is best for you at this time, here’s Dr. Natasha’s recommended foods vs. foods to avoid: RECOMMENDED FOODS: Almonds, including almond butter and almond oil Apples Apricots, fresh or dried Artichoke, French Asiago cheese Asparagus Aubergine (eggplant) Avocados, including avocado oil Bananas (ripe only with brown spots on the skin) …

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