Yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking with Patty Lacoss-Arnold who blogs at Loving Our Guts. Patty started on GAPS just a month before I did, in November 2009 because her daughter was having reflux and stomach aches. When the doctor suggested that the 20 month old could have Eosinophylic Esophaitus and they needed to do an upper GI scope, this was a huge motivator for Patty to start on GAPS, which they did that very night. Within a short time, the whole family was on GAPS to begin the process of healing. During the show we touched briefly on some of the “cherries on top” that Patty has done with her family and here are links to the posts we mentioned:
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)
- My husband used this Apple iPod nano 8 GB Graphite (6th Generation) before he got his Android phone with all the bells and whistles.