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Hello, hello! For those of you who have been wondering when I'm going to resume my Blog Talk Radio show, the day has finally arrived! 🙂
Today Christie and I talked about the experience she and her family has had on GAPS. Some of the conditions Christie and her family have experienced: gassiness, anxiety, speech delay, anger, trouble focusing (school work very difficult), bloating, food intolerances, fatigue, MS, diabetes, irregular bowel movements, delayed gross motor skills.
- How Christie found GAPS
- The challenges and what she found easy about GAPS
- How the family has improved
- We briefly discuss insulin – did you know there are two kinds of insulin that Type I Diabetes use on a daily basis?
- Christie and her family decided to add in some starches, we talk about why she made that decision, what she has added and how that has worked out
- We briefly touch on MTHFR
- The use of raw garlic
- Detoxing methods
- Christie has some great words of wisdom for everyone at the end of the show
I've got two more guests lined up this month and if everything goes as planned I should have another show ready on March 16th, and on March 31st. Also, I have to give a big shout out to my youngest son for his help in getting some music added to my show. I've been wanting to do that for some time and he is so good at this stuff. Many thanks to Daniel O'Connor for his super Royalty Free Music site Dano Songs. We used bits of this song, slightly remixed: The Owl Named Orion. If you are in need of royalty free music, he has a great selection. For the record I did donate $10 to use this song without needing to attribute on every single show. 🙂
Do you find you don’t have a lot of time to sit at the computer and listen to podcasts? Me either, here are some of the ways to listen without having to be tethered to the computer:
- In the car: If you have a tape cassette player in your car and do any amount of driving, this handy device Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Adapter is awesome to hook up your iPod, MP3 player, Android or SmartPhone to your car speakers.
- In the car: Griffin iTrip Universal FM Transmitter and Charger for MP3 Players If you don’t have a tape cassette player in your car, this device plugs into your cigarette lighter and tunes into certain stations on the radio.
- If you have a SmartPhone or Android, you can download the show onto your phone and listen. My husband does this and uses the FM transmitter in his truck, and the cassette adapter in his van.
- At home I sometimes listen to podcasts while taking a detox bath, using my laptop.
- While doing dishes or cooking I either crank up the speakers on my computer, or bring the laptop into the kitchen.
- MP3 players work great, they are fairly inexpensive nowadays, here’s one: Coby 4GB Flash MP3 Player with FM and Color Display (Black)
- Sometimes I use my Apple iPod nano 8 GB Graphite (6th Generation) to listen to the show with earbuds.
If you are interested in being a guest on my Blog Talk Radio show GAPS Journey, please use my contact form to let me know you are interested. My only criteria is that you have been doing GAPS for at least six months. If you are doing GAPS, and just getting started but plan to stick with it you can also contact me and I can put you on my guest list and I will contact you when it's been six months.