Apple Pork Recipe from my GAPS Diet Cookbook

Apple Pork Recipe from my GAPS Diet Cookbook

This Danish classic autumn and winter recipe Apple Pork is great! Only use pork from free range animals. Serves 4 • Preheat oven to 200°F (100°C) 12 to 16 thick slices side or belly pork Salt 1 onion, sliced 3 large cooking apples, quartered 1. In a large skillet over...
Stop TICS – Pilot Study Suggests How

Stop TICS – Pilot Study Suggests How

This pilot research project is interesting! Point one, it reports, that such a symptom as TICS typically indicates, that the person who has TICS also have several other health issues. For just 6 participants with TICS, these symptoms or diagnoses were also detected:...
Do you want to certify as a GAPS practitioner?

Do you want to certify as a GAPS practitioner?

Enroll from Sept 19 2022 – training begins March 2023. In Denmark we could really use more practitioners who know something about natural diet, detoxification, gut healing and rebalancing the microbiome. If you are already actively working in clinic as a fully...
Fish Cakes Made GAPS-friendly

Fish Cakes Made GAPS-friendly

Fish cakes free off starch are yummi. The fish mixture is surprisingly easy to make Makes 18 cakes, approx size of a plum 1 medium size onion cooking fat, like clarified butter, butter, animal fat or coconut fat 2 eggs 600 g = 1 Lb + 4 ounzes non-fatty fish filet, for...
Clarified Butter/Ghee Is Easy to Make

Clarified Butter/Ghee Is Easy to Make

Clarified butter – also called ghee – is easy to make and easy to use. Clarified butter doesn´t get burned when the temperature is high, as usual butter does. One difference between heated olive oil and heated clarified butter is, that the butter doesn´t...
Myths about Cholesterol

Myths about Cholesterol

You need to be critical, when myths about cholesterol are aired The headline of this post is not mine, but Dr. Uffe Ravnskov´s, specialist in internal medicine and medicinal nephrology. He is probably one of the professionals, who has spent most time to research and...
Research: Avoid processed food and lose weight

Research: Avoid processed food and lose weight

Heavily processed foods promote weight gain, real foods reverse it, trustworthy study concludes Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce to you a nutrition study, that is designed in such a way, that we can trust it! Yes, it is randomized and controlled. This is not what...

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