This week Dr. Jack and Mary explore the science of the much renowned GAPS Soup. Known for impacting all aspects of digestion from acid-alkaline balance to nutrient absorption. But that’s just the start. The rich, nutrient-dense broth can nourish and impact every major system. In the nervous system is helps with pain management and anxiety. In the lungs it enables better support against asthma. For the skin and joints there are a host of supporting active nutrients helping with skin health, scar tissue, colic and more. The musculature benefits as well by helping to prevent cramps and spasms. Did we mention hair, nails, virility, kidey stones, insomnia? You get the idea.
But what exactly is GAPS soup? It’s a broth unlike any you’ve likely ever had unless you are older than 60.
Most people don’t prepare their own broth that much anymore. It’s so easy to grab stock at the store. But just wait until you learn about real broth, the way broth was originally made and consumed by humans. The practices of our ancestors go right to the heart of GAPS and what we are trying to educate about at Forbidden Doctor.
So what’s all the hubbub about GAPS broth, and why is it so different from MSG-laden rubbish at the supermarket? Tune in to find out. You’ll never think the same about soup again.
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4 thoughts on “135: GAPS Soup – Saving Your Life in 2018”
I get local beef grass fed wagyu x.. buy my chickens(get free chicken feet) milk and eggs right off the farm sometimes raw cheese and butter..got lots of broth on hand usually add..heart kidney etc if I have it..tendons are good..add chicken feet to my beef I have a lot.
Hi Doug – it sounds like you have an outstanding set up there!
Am I doing something wrong? I can’t get the handouts, or recipes at the end of the podcasts. Message says page can’t be found.
Hi Peggy, if you’d like we can email you some flyers and handouts we have on GAPS recipes. Call our office at 801-523-1890 and we can get the information and then send it over to you!