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Healing Testimonies

This page is dedicated to the pioneers who are ahead on this journey of healing, and who would like to help us to KEEP THE HOPE ALIVE! 

March 27, 2018

 One of my most diligent, and consequently, successful clients (back when I was still a GAPS coach) is Gillian, a mum of three boys who was steering her family through the rigours of the GAPS Introduction protocol when I first met her. I will never forget how, in our first session, she told me that she didn't like to leave the house with her boys. They were so volatile, their behaviour was so unpredictable, that she didn't fee...

October 27, 2017

Emma is a mum of 2 beautiful boys who has been to hell and back before finding the GAPS protocol, and an answer to her prayers. She was a client of mine (back when I was still coaching): I supported her when she started the GAPS Introduction diet for a multitude of chronic health issues, the worst of which were SPD, Failure to Thrive and severe eczema.
She has kindly written their story to offer hope to other mothers who...

March 30, 2017

A lot of my clients are doing it tough at the moment. When there is a pause, or a regression, while we are on a healing pathway, we can often lose hope. I contacted some of my clients who are further along the road of healing, who can yell back to you to not lose hope, to focus on the task at hand, and to keep your head down and your bum up and HEAL THE GUT, HEAL THE GUT, HEAL THE GUT!
Here is the first post in a series called...

September 6, 2014

I’ve been having conversations with mums over the last few months that have prompted a big thinky eye-opening epiphany. It’s a really simple one, but something that the mothers of the first world are not being encouraged to think about enough.

I’ll separate the mums I’m refering to into two groups:

1) Those that have realised that all these chronic health concerns that our kids are suffering from to various degrees are NOT norma...

February 14, 2014

This post is a continuation of my last post regarding the GAPS diet (Hope and Healing: our food journey to happiness).

When I last wrote, I was so full of energy and hope about what the GAPS diet had done for us, and we weren't even ON the diet at that point. We had just introduced the first and most important gut-healing foods: homemade probiotic foods (sauerkraut and yoghurt) and the meat stocks and broths. Now I feel like la...

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