The GAPS diet is a nourishing diet that has incredible healing qualities. It is grain and sugar-free, and focuses on healing and sealing the gut wall with an emphasis on bone broths, cultured dairy, and fermented vegetables.

I do the GAPS diet every January as a gentle cleanse and to reboot my family’s health and digestion for the new year. I love to mentor others in this wonderful, healing diet. Here’s a list of posts I’ve written, as well as links to the best GAPS Diet Resources I’ve found online.

finally. this gal shows what it really looks like for a real family to start the GAPS diet


GAPS Diet Resourcesone of the best resources to gradually add more real food into your lifestyle

  • Cara of Health, Home, Happiness offers an very helpful collection of GAPS recipes and menu plans. I have almost all her cookbooks and love them!
  • As you learn more about GAPS you will realize that most of the food you eat on GAPS will have to be prepared in your own kitchen. Don’t lose heart! My book Real {Fast} Food is full of ideas for streamlining your cooking time so you’re not chained to your kitchen during this season.
  • One of the most important elements to the GAPS diet is sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables. My lastest book Your Real Food Journey has 6 different types of sauerkraut as well as tips for helping your family enjoy them on a daily basis.


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