Tonight at 8pm Eastern I will be discussing digestion in great depth with Josh and Jeanne Rubin from East West Healing and Performance. The show is called “Filling in all the GAPS with the GAPS Diet. It should be a very insightful session. The Rubins really know their, ahem, shit. You should be able to listen to it here as it goes live at 8pm Eastern. Feel free to call in with questions, comments, or your experiences on the GAPS diet or similar protocols. I would highly recommend listening to their past shows as well – some hardcore geek outs with Ray Peat that make any lengthy roadtrip a breeze (got one coming up soon myself! – a road trip, not an interview with Ray!). The call-in number for the show is: … Read more »
Posts Tagged: GAPS diet
By Matt Stone I first wrote about Natasha Campbell-McBride and the GAPS diet many years ago, commenting on what an excellent public speaker Campbell-McBride is. She speaks with a tremendous amount of confidence and fervor. You are convinced, after hearing her speak, that she really knows something and is eager to bring it to those in need. But these good intentions and good impressions aside, most find the GAPS diet to be woefully ineffective. For some, like a young girl who recently contacted me after what seems to be some electrolyte-related heart troubles caused in part by her GAPS experience, it can do a lot of damage. So what, in my assessment, is the good, bad, and ugly of GAPS (with an emphasis on bad and ugly as everyone else… Read more »
I will be writing a greatly-anticipated post on the GAPS diet tomorrow. For now, enjoy today’s video on rethinking candida. Starving yourself of sugar certainly isn’t a wise or sustainble route to health improvement. P.S. – Check out my recent interview on the new show Homegrown Health with Joni Cox.