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Articles and information relating to the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet. Also check out our hand-picked collection of resources for people doing GAPS™.

GAPS Introduction Diet

The six stages of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Introduction diet with recipes. ...

GAPS Diet Foods with Dr Natasha Campbell McBride

Foods to eat and avoid on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet. Dr Natasha Campbell McBride outlines the reasons behind avoiding certain foods to heal your gut. ...

History of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet

History of the development of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome which is based on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and the early work by Dr. Sidney Haas on managing celiac disease. ...

MicroBirth

“Microbirth” is a new 60 minute documentary investigating the latest scientific research about the microscopic events happening during childbirth. These events could have life-long consequences for the health of ...

Protective Cells in Breast Milk for Infant and Mother

Babies are well protected and nourished while still in the mother’s womb, but what happens after they are born when they are suddenly exposed to a challenging environment full of new and invasive bugs? The mother s ...

Gut Microbiota: Mind-Altering Micro-Organisms

Excerpts from the research article Mind-altering microorganisms: the impact of the gut microbiota on brain and behavior, includes info on the vagus nerve. ...

Mind with No Brain – Are Microbes Sentient?

An interesting look at how microbes work together to create at least six capacities which has traditionally only been attributed to brains. Are microbes sentient? ...

Study: Craniosacral therapy and the Digestive System

Request for participants in upcoming direct-perception, biodynamic craniosacral therapy study on the digestive system and the connection between digestive disorders and the nervous system and brain function. ...

Vitamins, Biofilms and Health

People with healthy, diet-adapted gut flora, can subsist on very limited diets without vitamin deficiency diseases, because all of the vitamins can be obtained from bacteria growing in films coating the lining of the ...

Intestinal Bacteria, the Vagus Nerve and Your Brain

The vagus nerve connects the brain to several parts of the digestive system. It's what tells your brain how hungry you are, based on what it senses in your belly. The vagus nerve has also been shown to carry signals ...