Show Notes

When and how do you know if you should do GAPS and do you even need to do it at all?

Today I am joined by Elyse Comerford, an Integrative Nutritionist and Certified GAPS (Gut & Psychology/Physiology Syndrome) Practitioner, Holistic Health Coach, Exercise Scientist, Keynote Speaker, Mentor, and most importantly, Mum to Dylan!

Elyse says: my primary focus for the past few years has been in private practice, helping hundreds of families overcome a whole host of health issues through the implementation of nourishing and healing diary principles, reducing toxic stress, and the GAPS protocol. This has become my specialty, and has led me to work with families all over the world. It has been a culmination of my education and experience in Nutrition, but most importantly my experience in my own healing journey. It is this experience that has driven my passion to empower as many people as possible with the key to their own health. My approach is based on taking the normal “guilt, blame, shame and deprivation” approach and completely turning it on it’s head, focussing instead on healing, nourishing, and listening to the body.

In this episode we explore:

  • if and when you should try GAPS
  • the best way to do it
  • Elyse’s journey
  • acceptable levels of busyness
  • why intro to GAPS can feel scary
  • why full GAPS isn’t and what it is
  • the GAPS principals
  • the healing GAPS foods

Work with Elyse

The Gut Health Formula – 4 week online program with Jo Whitton. Next round commences – 23rd July 2020. (see link below)
Group Coaching with Elyse Comerford – 10 week program, limited to 3 families / individuals. Weekly group coaching sessions & resources to undertake a journey to GAPs or through GAPS. Next round commences the week of 20 July. Bookings / enquiries will be via Elyse Comerford website / email

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