My Four Favorite GAPS Diet Resources

After more than a year on the GAPS diet, I definitely have my favorite resources that I keep coming back to regularly. I want to share my top four favorites with you today.

My Favorite Blogs Pinterest Board

My Favorite Blogs Pinterest Board

1.  Blogs

It’s truly amazing how many wonderful bloggers are doing the GAPS diet.  The number and variety of recipes and tips available is astounding.  I have learned so much and made so many delicious recipes because of their work.

Keeping track of all of these blogs can be a challenge, though!  I decided to start a couple of boards on Pinterest to do just that.  Be sure to check out these two boards: My Favorite Real Food & Health Blogs and My Favorite GAPS Diet Blogs.  Even the blogs listed in the Real Food category should have lots of great options for those on GAPS, too.

30 Days GAPS Ebook  2. What Can I Eat Now? 30 Days on GAPS Intro Handbook

This ebook by Cara, of the Health, Home, Happiness blog, is a terrific resource for getting through the intro portion of the GAPS diet without losing your mind!  You can read my full review of it.

This is the resource I turned to the most during both of my rounds of intro.  The recipes make eating just a handful of foods very doable.  And the layout of each stage is extremely helpful for keeping track of what foods can be added.

3.  Reversing Food Allergies E-Course

I went through this online class prior to starting GAPS and found it extremely helpful.  The lessons shared by Ann Marie, of the Cheeseslave blog, helped me figure out how to actually be successful while on the GAPS diet!

There are 12 lessons that cover everything from The Basics & Getting Started to Desserts & Sweets.  There are over 50 videos and more than 200 recipes in this class.  I still use the recipes from the course very regularly.  Some of my favorites include Breakfast Sausage, Eggs Benedict, and Roast Beef.

Coconut Banana Muffins

Coconut Banana Muffins

4.  Go Grain-Free E-Course

This is one that I haven’t used quite yet since it hasn’t been released, but I’m sure it’s going to be such a valuable resource.  I really wish it had been around when I was just starting out on GAPS!

Jill of Real Food Forager is launching this class about cooking and baking for a grain-free diet.  Her blog has been one of my favorite resources since being on the GAPS diet.  She shared quite a few videos for recipes and techniques that I found very helpful.  One of my favorite desserts that I learned from her blog is whipped coconut cream.  It’s so easy and yet one of my favorites to make! I recently shared what will be taught in her class.  If the thought of cooking without grains sounds overwhelming, then you’re going to want to take a look at this class!

(P.S.  Today is the LAST day You now have until October 6 to get Go Grain Free at the introductory price of $149.  Plus if you use the coupon code NOGRAINS you’ll save another $20 off!)

What are your favorite resources for the GAPS Diet?  Please share in the comments!


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