GAPS Intro Diet Chart
Want to heal your leaky gut? The Gut and Psychology Syndrome™ (GAPS) diet may be the way! The diet starts with a phase called the "Intro" Diet, which is an elimination diet. This phase of the diet is designed to heal and seal a leaky gut. The Intro Diet has 6 stages and can be complicated and seem hard to implement from the GAPS book itself. So… the GAPS Introduction Diet chart to the rescue!
See sample chart.
This chart has been created for those who want to start the Intro Diet, but don’t know how or are feeling overwhelmed and needing some guidance. I have taken a lot of material and made it easy to understand. Right here on one chart ... all the information you need to easily implement the Intro Diet of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome™ healing protocol.
The chart plainly lays out each of the six stages of the Intro Diet ... what to eat, how much, and when to move to the next stage! It also includes instructions on how to do a Sensitivity Test.
This chart is an invaluable tool when you are starting the Intro Diet of GAPS. Purchase yours today!
This chart is only offered as an electronic download for 10.00. The download link will expire after 72 hours from now or after 3 attempts, whichever event happens first.
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The information contained in this chart is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is provided for educational purposes only. You assume full responsibility for how you choose to use this information. Please note, the consumption of all foods, whether raw or cooked, pasteurized or unpasteurized, inherently carries some degree of risk.