GAPS Guide Contents

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2nd Edition Table of Contents

Introduction
Using this Guide
Our Stories
The GAPS Program
A Brief Overview
The Program

Diet

What to Eat and When
What Will I Eat?
Breakfast
Lunch
Supper
Full-Time Work or School
Travel
Using an Insulated Food Container

Food Details

What to Include
Additional Foods
What to Avoid
Post-GAPS

Detoxification

Diet’s Role in Detox
Bowel Movements

Suspected Food Intolerances/Stool
Severe Intestinal Issues
Red Colour
Diarrhea
Constipation
Enemas

Die-Off Relief (Detox) Baths
Environmental Supports
Avoiding Chemicals
Personal Care
Juicing

Supplementation

Recommended Supplements
Essential Fatty Acids
Cod Liver Oil
Stomach Acid (Betaine HCL)
Other Supplements
Probiotics

Months 1–3: Preparing Full GAPS/Intro

Program Tools
The Steps
Approaching Intensive Healing
Foundations for Healing
Transitional Discomfort in Healing
Detox, Die-Off, and Toxic Backlog
Relief from Transitional Discomfort
Ketosis and Carbohydrates

Months 4–6: GAPS Intro Progression

When to do Intro
How Long Does Intro Last?
Who Should do Intro and Why?
Who Should Skip Intro
What to Expect in Intro
Preparing for Intensive Healing
Items Needed
Vegetables in Early Intro
How to Move Through Intro
Stages of Intro
Moving to Full GAPS

Addressing Challenges

Resolving Common Mistakes
Unexplained Relapse
When to Consult or Test

Progressing Further

Special Considerations

GAPS Through Life’s Stages

Preconception
Pregnancy and Baby’s Early Days
Breast-Feeding
Vaccinations
Baby’s First Additional Foods
Children
Youth
Adults
Seniors

Healthy Family Members
Communicating with Others
Common Biases
Diagnoses—Multiple, Obtaining

Other Diets

Specific Carbohydrate Diet
Gluten-Free, Casein-Free
Vegetarian/Vegan

Need for Proof

Practical Considerations

GAPS on a Budget
Holidays and Parties
Impatience
Limited Energy or Organization
Spirituality

Health Issues

Addiction
Adrenals
Bloating or Gas
Candida Overgrowth
CFS and Fibromyalgia
Cravings and Hunger
Eczema
Exercise
Fat Malabsorption
Heart Health
Heartburn, Reflux, and Indigestion
Histamine Intolerance
Hypoglycemia/Low Blood Sugar
Medication
Severe Intestinal Issues
Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth
Weight

Food Issues

Commonly Relied-Upon Foods
Dairy
Food Sensitivities/Allergies

Resolving Food Sensitivities

Support Digestion
Allergenic vs. Detoxifying Foods
Low and Slow Method
Test for Sensitivities
Assess Carbohydrate Sensitivity
Neutralization or Desensitization
Testing for Food Sensitivities

Recipes

Stage 1 Soups
Stage 1: 30-Minute Soups
Butternut Squash (Ginger) Soup
Stage 1: Basic Soup
Stage 1 Soup “Noodles”
Chicken “Noodle” Soup
Cod Mushroom Soup
Beef “Rice” Soup
Tomato Chicken Soup

Stages 2 and 3 Soups and Stews

Stages 4–6: Soups, Stews, Chili, and Spaghetti Sauce

Soup/Stew/Chili/Sauce Base
Beef Stew
Beef Soup
Spaghetti Sauce
Chili

More Soup Flavours!

Recipes: Ferments

Fermented Vegetables
Yogurt
Sour Cream (Crème Fraîche)
Kefir
Kefir, Dairy (Simple Version)
Kefir, Dairy (Detailed Instructions)
Kefir Issues
Kefir, Dairy-Free
Fermented Whey and Cream Cheese
Fermented Fish
Beans, Proper Preparation

Recipes: More Essentials

Replenishing Drinks
Homemade Fat (Lard or Tallow)
Broth

Meat Broth vs. Bone Broth
Eating Broth
Meat Broth
Bone Broth

Pâté
Sauce/Dip
Ginger Tea
Nuts and Seeds – Eating, Mashing, and Dehydrating
Nut Butter Pancakes/Crepes
Basic Bread/Cake/Muffin
Early Intro Casserole with Meat
Shepherd’s Pie
Carrot Mousse Pudding/Cake
Ghee
More Recipes for Intro and Beyond

More Stories

Book Info: http://www.badenlashkov.com/staging/3037-2/
Book Purchase Options: http://www.badenlashkov.com/staging/store/

4 Replies to “GAPS Guide Contents”

  1. Thanks so much Baden. I’m thrilled with the looks of your new guide and will be buying it very soon. It looks like just what I need now, 5 months into the intro! I’m at a bit of an impass. Gratefully, Julie

    • Hi Julie,

      Great that you will be gifting yourself with the 2nd Edition! This is a very good idea when at 5 months into Intro you find yourself in this position. I most recommend the ePub version.

      All my best,
      Baden

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