My Reasons for Revisiting the GAPS Diet: GAPS as a Fertility Diet?

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  1. How exciting that you’re getting ready to have another baby!

    I’m not going to be following GAPS, but following your blog has inspired me to look into food-related causes for my eczema. I’ve been in denial that that may be an issue since I don’t want to give up my favorite foods. I had it on my hands as a kid (at least that’s my only memory) and then I would get it for two weeks each winter on my legs starting in college. This year, I’ve had it for going on 5 months all over my arms and legs. Definitely time to do something, so I’m going on an elimination diet in 2 weeks. It’s taking a lot of prep work, but I’m excited to start!

    1. Thanks Chloe!

      Don’t feel pressure to follow a protocol that you are not ready for or you don’t feel is right for you right now. It’s important to tread your own path and your journey will fall in place as it needs to. Best of luck with the elimination diet! They’re hard but one of the most effective ways of finding offensive foods when combined with a rotation diet.

  2. Hi! I am wondering which post I should be following to continue with this. I am currently trying to have our first child. I am GF, SF, as well as Dairy Free, & MOSTLY grain free with occasional sweet potato or jasmine rice… I am interested in checking out the GAPS diet for the same reason of fertility so am definitely interested in reading what you have to say as well as your journey through it…

    1. For now, I am continuing with my fertility foods and healing supplements to get ready. We will start trying for #2 in 2014, so you can sign up for my newsletter to be notified when future posts on it come out (pink box at the bottom of the post). I will also have a series on healing hormones that will include a post on fertility in future posts.

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