Digestive health is critical to a functioning body and mind - Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride
GAPS is a term that describes a number of health disorders and ailments originating in a malfunctioning digestive system.
How does GAPS work?
Heals and seals the gut lining to restore digestive function
Rebuild the bacterial flora
Eliminates nutritional deficiencies
Restores the immune system
It helps the body remove toxins
GAPS is a natural diet used in many diseases such as ADHD, autism, autoimmune diseases and many others. There is a long list of disorders and diseases and conditions that the GAPS protocol can respond to, designed to address the root cause of the disease.
GAPS offers more effects than diets: gluten-free, casein-free, or SCD. It presents a logical explanation, from the cause of the disease to the cure, step by step, starting with strengthening the digestive system.
Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride, a neurologist and nutritionist, has developed and the GAPS protocol for over 20 years of clinical practice. Working with me, you can be sure that this knowledge is used to the fullest to support your health.
As a certified GAPS Practitioner, i.e. a person trained by the creator of this diet, Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride, I participate in the forum for the exchange of knowledge and experiences of over a thousand therapists from around the world, as well as the substantive support of Dr. Natasha herself.
The food tube has many tasks in the human body to fulfill. In a healthy person, substances previously properly prepared, i.e. digested, are absorbed into the blood in the gut. Damaged intestinal walls are unable to properly select what is digested and what is not. As a result, many inappropriate substances enter the bloodstream and our immune system has to fight them just like foreign cells. Taking care of and sealing your intestines is a key part of improving your health.
Treatment of the digestive system and proper nutrition is a key issue for every person of all ages. The sooner you deal with the problem, the longer you live in full health. The goal of the GAPS diet is to restore the proper functioning of the intestines, which over time contributes to the better condition of the entire body.