More than just a diet…
GAPS which stands for Gut and Psychology Syndrome has been introduced to the world by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. In her theory, she highlights the inevitable bond between disabilities and nutrition. The main goal of the GAPS diet - is to heal neurological conditions as well as the gut by boosting the digestion system. Our digestive system is accounted to be a tube, and everything, that we fill it with, will eventually show its impact on our well-being. The health of our body comes from the health of our digestion system, therefore diet is a primary treatment for the majority of conditions.
An unhealthy or so-called “leaky gut” can lead to a wide variety of conditions and diseases as:
-Diabetes type one
-Food allergy and intolerance
-Autoimmune skin problems
Based on the theory of Dr. Natasha Campbell, along with physical inconveniences, the GAPS diet can heal numerous psychiatric and neurological conditions as:
-ADD and ADHD
-Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
GAPS diet has various types that aim to suit different medical cases.
They range as: GAPS Introduction Diet The Full GAPS diet More-Plant GAPS diet No-Plant GAPS diet GAPS Ketogenic diet
GAPS Introduction diet is the most challenging form of GAPS diet and is necessary for people with food allergies and more severe digestive conditions including:
-reflux -ulcerative colitis -bloating -chronic gastritis -etc.
The Full GAPS diet is easier to apply due to the variety of food allowed.
Whereas the No-Plant GAPS diet claims that some bodies can live healthily on animal food only,
The -More Plant GAPS diet supports the consumption of greens above meat.
GAPS Ketogenic Diet provokes the body to use fats as a source of energy, instead of glucose.
This type of energy production provokes the production of ketones as well.
As a fundamental rule, GAPS diet prevents the consumption of processed food and encourages the consumption of organic food instead.
Diet plans and consumption of products are as individualized as every human body. While one product can be healthy for one body, it can be unnecessary for another. Therefore, every body needs a customized way of treatment and every nutritional advice should be tailored individually.
Safe Space team of GAPS practitioners will help you to discover awareness of what your body needs and build the perfect balance between nourishment and pleasure.
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