Welcome to the Red & Honey recipe page!
In our home, we eat real, whole foods, like butter, grass-fed meats, and veggies (organic whenever possible). Our son is currently eating gluten-free, and the rest of do as well probably 90% of the time.
We were on the GAPS Diet as a family for 3-4 months in the winter of 2011. All of my posts chronicling our journey on the GAPS Diet can be found HERE. I also documented our GAPS journey through photographs. My flickr photos can be seen HERE. These are all my own recipes. They use nourishing and real ingredients, and they are the best of the best from my kitchen! Bon Appetit!
SOUPS & STEWS
As I often get emails from readers inquiring about the GAPS Diet, here is a great selection of reading to get your started in your own research. The bottom line is that it’s tough, but I highly recommend it.
The GAPS Diet: What It Is, and Why You Might Consider Doing It @ Keeper of the Home
Your Gut: Understanding the Keys to Health @ Food Renegade
The Gut-Brain Connection & Autism, ADD, Allergies, and Other Diseases @ Health, Home, and Happiness
How to Start the GAPS Diet @ The Well-Fed Homestead
GAPS Intro: For Gut Healing and Sealing @ Health, Home, and Happiness
Autism Recovery with the GAPS Diet: One Mother’s Story @ Cheeseslave
Food and Grace @ The Well-Fed Homestead
Grain-Free Diets (And Why We’re Doing It) @ Modern Alternative Mama
Healing Autism With the GAPS Diet (Podcast) @ Cheeseslave
“…But My Child Won’t Eat…” @ GAPS Guide
Two Years On… Progress Post @ Thinking Outside the Box
1 Year on GAPS, and We Haven’t Suffered a Bit! @ The Well-Fed Homestead
A List of Recommended Foods for GAPS. The two main GAPS websites are gaps.me, and gapsdiet.com. A short video on youtube of Dr. Natasha Campbell-Mcbride (the author), explaining the importance of healthy gut flora. The Yahoo GAPS Help Group :: you can post messages and receive responses from a knowledgeable and supportive crowd, and if you have a relevant question that’s never been asked before, it may even be answered by Dr. NCM herself.