Preparation in making nut milk is important, especially for people who already have digestive problems and food sensitivities. Almonds (as well as most other nuts) contain toxic substances known as enzyme inhibitors and phytates (phytic acid). These toxins can play havoc in the digestive system, blocking nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, copper iron and especially […]
Recipes collated under this category are specific for Stage Four of the GAPS Introduction Diet onward.
The GAPS Introduction Diet introduces roast meats and grilling in stage 4. The first three stages of the GAPS Diet requires easy to digest foods and that is why the meats are soft and slow cooked in casseroles and soups. When the digestion system shows signs of improvement, people following the GAPS Introduction Diet can […]
This meal is a delicious and nutritious favourite in our home. It can be added in stage four when roasts and grilling is added to the GAPS Introduction Diet. It is very important for a GAPS person to have plenty of natural fats in every meal from meats, butter, ghee, coconut and cold pressed olive […]
Here we have two coconut milk recipes for the GAPS Diet for people who cannot tolerate nut milks. Canned coconut milk often contains, preservatives and other additives that the GAPS Program does not allow for. BPA is also usually lined within the tin cans containing coconut milk as well. For these reasons, we encourage you […]
This recipe is acceptable for the GAPS Introduction Diet from stage Four onward. It is easy to make and well liked byGAPS children. This recipe can be made using different nut or seed flours and you may wish to add different cooked vegetables to it. Suggestions Nice with some avocado or nut butter. You can […]