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Children at risk of developing eczema

A full GAPS diet will heal eczema in toddlers, older children and adults. Here are a few tips in a summary of an article by Dr Joe Mercola. In children at risk for developing eczema, limiting sugar and supplementing with fermented foods or beneficial probiotic bacteria cut the risk of developing eczema in half compared […]

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The SUPERBUG and protection with food

The age of antibiotics is all but over. There are at least 18 resistant strains of bacteria, and we need to take care of our own health, with prevention of infection the best defense …
In the USA one in 25 patients contract some form of hospital acquired infection.
How did this happen? And find out how we can protect ourselves …

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Skin cancer, prevention and healing

Although this article looks as though it is about healing skin cancer, it is actually about healing the body of everything.
The GAPS protocol heals the immune system, uses only real foods and detoxes the body every day.
Throw in some sunlight, barefoot walking and using essential oils and you have it all …

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Great hope for cancer cures

Hope:
The underlying message is that there need be no fear! It is easy to treat and heal cancer.
Cancer does not make you sick; you get cancer because you already are sick. So heal your body and the cancer will no longer be able to exist within it.

Change the way you act, eat and think now; and you will have a body that will keep you free for life.

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GAPS, gut dysbiosis and food allergy

Food allergy or intolerance can produce every symptom under the sun from migraines, fatigue, PMS, painful joints and itchy skin to depression, hyperactivity, hallucinations, obsessions and other psychiatric and neurological manifestations. However, the most common symptoms are digestive problems like pain, diarrhoea or constipation, urgency, bloating and indigestion. It can be very difficult to tell […]

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Eczema and GAPS

A happy healthy toddler! Sadly, eczema and other skin conditions are a common problem among children in many of the GAPS families that I see. It is very painful, debilitating and stubborn; severe cases can take a long time to clear completely. In the early stages it will seem to be clearing, but then flare […]

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A chart of healthy poos

What is Normal Poo? From www.mercola.com … see diagrams below … Types 3, 4 and 5 are healthy. “Your stool is about 75 percent water. The rest is a fetid combination of fiber, live and dead bacteria, miscellaneous cells and mucus.1, 2 The characteristics of your stool will tell you a good deal about how […]

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Diabetes and gut flora

This post below is from the Hippocrates Health Centre, in Australia, although I would rather put the egg before the chicken and say it is probably the food choices of the developing diabetic that wiped out the good old gut bugs and fed the pathogenic ones that have now taken up permanent residence. It does […]

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Cholesterol is a nutrient

Have you need told you have ‘high’ cholesterol? I heard from a client about her lipid tests. I thought you might also like to know the truth about ‘high’ cholesterol. Her test results were … HDL 1.3 mmol /L LDL 3.0 Total 4.6 Triglyceride 0.7 LDL /HDL ratio 2.3 Chol / HDL ratio 3.5 I […]

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Resistant starch

Resistant starch and its benefits to gut bacteria We’re fast learning that resistant starch may be a special type of prebiotic with a special place in the human diet. (Prebiotic = colon/gut bug food) What Is Resistant Starch? We usually think of starch as ‘carbs’, glucose and elevated blood sugar, insulin spikes and hypoglycaemia. We […]

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