January 26th, 2010 | Blog, Book Reviews, Health & Spirituality, ADHD, autism, BC, celiac, crohns, depression, diet, digestion, Dr Sidney Haas, Dr. Campbell-McBride, dyslexia, Elaine Gottschall, GAPS, genetics, GI tract, gluten-free, health, hyperactivity, IBS, mold, mould, nutrition, SCD, syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Vancouver, yeast
After reading Anna’s positive experiences with the GAPs diet I ordered the book and have just finished reading it, I have tried a lot of diets over the years especially after living in a moldy apartment in Wellington, NZ which has resulted in problems with my digestive tract ever since. November last year was a month of non-stop rain here in Vancouver, BC and with the temperature change, was the perfect breeding ground for mushrooms, mold and yeasts. As a result our health problems reared their ugly heads again and showed us that we still have an overgrowth of harmful yeast in our systems. In some ways this is good because we at least know that we need to deal with it.