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Stacey Shepard: Chinese Medical Theory and GAPS Protocol Part II

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Stacey Shepard, on The Nutrition heretic Podcast, GAPS This week we continue talking with Stacey Shepard.  We discuss more of Stacey’s experience using herbs and Chinese medical theory in boosting results with the GAPS protocol.  We also find out how obsessing about the diet after you’ve healed may actually harm you and we find out about Stacey’s guilty pleasure.

If you missed last week's episode, you will want to hear Stacey discuss some causes contributing to poor gut health and how it relates to autism, ADD, and behavioral disorders.

Stacey Shepard is a licensed practitioner of Classical Chinese Medicine.  She specializes in chronic and recalcitrant diseases, and she relies heavily upon Chinese herbs and dietary therapy throughout the healing process.  Stacey is also a Certified GAPS Practitioner, and she is continually amazed by the incredible healing powers of whole foods and natural medicine.  You can find her at Whooping Crane Integrative Medicine if you would like to discuss how GAPS can work for you.

Highlights from today's episode:

2:19 ~ How Stacey's background in Traditional Chinese Medicine helps with using the GAPS protocol

14:47 ~ What happens if you screw the diet up?

22:20 ~ Stacey's experience as a healer in Kenya

35:18~ "The right choices for your body are going to be the right choices for the environment"

35:40 ~ Questions from our listeners

39:59 ~ How to get help from Stacey

"The right choices for your body are going to be the right choices for the environment" Stacey Shepard on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Other episodes mentioned today:

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Reclaiming the Definition of Health; Guest Sally Fallon Morell Discusses the Pioneering Work of Weston A Price

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Sally Fallon Morell on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast Hernia, cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis C, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer.... believe it or not, today you can have all of these disorders and more and still be considered healthy by the modern medical establishment!

This week, we go deeper into the definition of health by looking at how traditional peoples eating their native diets exhibit physical and mental signs of good health. Special guest, Sally Fallon Morell, talks to us about her masterpiece Nourishing Traditions and what the work of Dr. Weston A. Price reveals about the power of our most vilified foods -- saturated fat and cholesterol -- and how these foods may be able to lower doctor bills and increase longevity.

To delve deeper into the world of Sally Fallon, have a read through her books:

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What's my favorite cookbook?

I cook darn near everything from scratch and so people are always asking me where I get my recipes from. Let’s just say that I have a collection of over 400 traditional and antique cookbooks. These contain some of the best recipes. Until the 1900s, when food gradually became slave to food processing, the authors of these books didn’t worry about things like fat, meat and salt. People ate for pleasure and for health.

One modern cookbook that I treasure is called Nourishing Traditions. It is the master-work of researcher Sally Fallon and world-renowned lipid biochemist Mary Enig, PhD. The book not only contains traditional recipes and techniques from around the globe, it contains an excellent overview of the importance of animal products, salt and fat (for example).

One thing you should bear in mind is that if you suffer from serious food allergies, not all of the recipes will be suitable for you, but with over 500 pages of gourmet, easy-to-prepare recipes, you are bound to find many tempting and useful recipes to feed yourself and your family. Other nice features about Nourishing Traditions?

  • Recipes for superfoods — foods that boost your immune system or over time may help to reverse or at least halt certain medical conditions

  • Raw foods recipes

  • Info on feeding babies and children

  • Recipes for fermented foods like sauerkraut, ketchup and sourdough breads and pancakes

  • Sprouting recipes (how to sprout and how to use those sprouted nuts and grains)

  • Tidbits of information in the margins of every page including ancient knowledge on the benefits of eating certain foods as well as the conspiracies that have us believing in fake foods

  • Quizzes on the mystery ingredients contained in common “health foods”

  • And much, much more

Until I finish writing my book, this is the best you’ll be able to find!


About Adrienne Hew

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Adrienne Hew is a Certified Nutritionist and the Nutrition Heretic Podcast Host, but is best known online as an author of the Amazon Top 100 Bestseller 50 Ways to Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes with Balls! Receiving a certificate in Chinese dietetics in 2002 and her degree as a Certified Nutritionist in 2004, she has helped many clients and workshop attendees to decode their own health dilemmas by understanding the inconsistencies in conventional nutritional dogma. She currently resides in Hawaii with her husband and two children.