“Do I need to go on a gut-healing diet? Or is a traditional food diet enough?”
This is a great question, and I get it a lot.
Neala M. recently asked me for more information, so I'm devoting today's podcast to answering her (and you!).
- what is a Traditional Food diet?
- what is a Gut-Healing diet?
- how are they same?
- how are they different?
- when should you choose a gut-healing diet?
- resources for both Traditional Foods and Gut-Healing diets (including FREE!)
Be sure to share your experiences and tips in the comments!
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Video from Periscope
I recorded this podcast live on Periscope last week and here's the video from that! It's just like the audio file above, except you can see it, too. 🙂
Which Diet Is Right For You — Traditional Food or Gut-Healing?
Good morning Wardee, I feel so confused on what diet to follow there are so many options and not sure which is best for me and my family. I hear raw food diet is best, then I hear low carb, high card, no salt no sugar, etc. and so on. Please shed some insight comment on how I can choose the best diet thanks so much. –Neala M.
This podcast contains my answer — I go through the features and benefits of each diet. Much of the info I shared can be found in this guest post by GAPS practitioner Melanie Christner: What’s Right for Your Family: Traditional Foods or GAPS?
- What’s Right for Your Family: Traditional Foods or GAPS? — guest blog post by GAPS Practitioner Melanie Christner
- FREE Traditional Cooking Video series (from me)
- Eat Beautiful eCookbook (50% off) by Megan Stevens
- GAPS Class from Melanie Christner, GAPS Practitioner
- FREE 30 Day Prep Guide from Melanie Christner, GAPS Practitioner
- Heal Your Gut class from Lydia Shatney, nutritional therapist
- What Can I Eat Now? (30-Day Intro Diet eCookbook) by Cara Comini
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