Using the GAPS diet : 175 recipes for gaining control of your gut flora / Signe Gad ; introduction by Dr. Irene Hage, MD, ND.
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- ISBN: 9780778805946
- Physical Description: 288 pages ; 26 cm
- Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Robert Rose, 2018.
Translation of: GAPS kogebogen.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A comprehensive introduction to the GAPS diet and 175 tasty recipes to help you gain control of your health and intestinal flora. In recent years, gut health has become a hot topic and researchers have discovered that our physical and mental well-being depends to a large extent on the condition of our intestinal flora. "Gut And Psychology Syndrome" -- or GAPS -- is a generic term used for a range of modern chronic diseases that have their roots in compromised intestinal flora. Following a GAPS diet can help many to live with chronic diseases and diagnoses, including diabetes, behavioral disorders, depression and excess weight. The GAPS diet distinguishes itself from other diets, which merely subdue symptoms, by healing your gut and freeing you from dependency on medication. If you are following the GAPS diet ("Gapsists"), this book will be your best friend in the kitchen, providing you with delicious homemade recipes that are sugar-free and starch-free, both for every day and for special occasions.
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