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This episode (Part 2) can stand alone! We've covered the basics of GAPS diet and now we dive deeper into the prevention and healing of chronic illnesses, especially Celiac disease and Autism. Karen explains whether the diet is safe for anyone to try, how soon results should be expected, and what to do if you experience a detox "crisis."
Karen Lyke holds a D.Sc. in Holistic Nutrition from Hawthorn University as well an M.S. in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist and a Diplomat in Advanced Nutritional Laboratory Assessment. She has taught nutrition, anatomy, and physiology to massage and acupuncture students and is currently teaching at Hawthorn U, as well as Stautzenberger College. Additionally, she is a Certified GAPS Practitioner and is on the Honorary Board of the Weston A Price Foundation. Karen is heavily involved in the Toledo WAPF Chapter.
If you'd like to contact Karen, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info about today's topic, Karen recommends these books:
-Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's "Gut & Psychology Syndrome"
-"The Paleo Approach" by Sarah Ballyntune Ph.D.
-Terry Wahls, MD: "The Wahls Protocol"
-"The Funky Kitchen" by Sarica Cenohous
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