April 3rd, 2018 | GAP Syndrome Diet, Our Food, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, allergies, anxiety, cheese, depression, enzymes, fermentation, GAPS diet, gut, histamine, intolerance, microbiome, neurotransmitter, processed food, SCD
Source: Sheila Shea’s June 2017 newsletter.
Histamine: Such a Hot Topic!
Histamine is a neurotransmitter produced by pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Normally, histamine is broken down naturally by an enzyme diamine oxidase. However, many people are bankrupt of that enzyme, do not break down histamine and hence get the symptoms. Two biggies are pruritis or skin itching and urticaria or hives. Everyone knows the skin itchy one. Add to the list migraines, low blood pressure, mood change, menstrual issues, vertigo, and dizziness. You have to change your microbiome to decrease the histamine releasing pathogens and increase and balance the positive bacteria and fungi.
July 10th, 2014
These delicious eggy muffins are easy to whip up and throw in the oven while you prepare your GAPS™ milkshake. Makes about a dozen 1 pound ground pork (or other ground meat, sausage is very nice)
1 Tablespoon butter, coconut oil or lard
2 teaspoons ground fennel (optional)
1 teaspo ...
November 12th, 2011
CDC Forced to Admit False Raw Milk Death Link After Misrepresenting Stats by Anthony Gucciardi of Activist Post Recent events have forced the U.S. Centers for Disease Control to admit that their data on raw milk is factually incorrect concerning the claim that 2 deaths directly resulted from the ...
October 25th, 2011
Milk is synonymous with Punjab (the land of five rivers) and all milk products. Butter is an important cooking medium apart from being consumed raw along with the food. wikipedia The Sikhs have a special relationship with milk. It is sacred. They have special ways they culture and prepare thi ...
February 14th, 2011
This is a really fantastic post, by Jeanne Carpenter regarding a conference she attended about cheese. Jeanne runs her company, Wisconsin Cheese Originals, and promotes the state's artisan cheeses. I really appreciated the love these cheesemakers have for their bacteria, it is amazing what delicious ...
November 24th, 2010
Very simple recipe for a delicious dinner. 4 eggs, separated
1 c dry curd cheese
1/2 c mustard yogurt (or home-made mayonnaise
1 c grated cheddar cheese
1 t tarragon
dash salt and pepper Method:
Beat the egg yolks. Blend the curd cheese to flour in a spice grinder or use a food p ...
March 10th, 2010
This tasty snack can be made with any nut or seed or combination of. It makes a great crust as well. 1c curds (ground)
1c pumpkin seeds (soaked, toasted and ground)
1/2 c sunflower seeds (ST&G)
2T butter or other fat (coconut, tallow, goose)
1/2c parmesan Method:
I don't have a food p ...