EP 149: The Gut/Brain Connection and Regenerative Nutrition for Women’s Health with Kate Pope

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In this episode, Kimberly and Kate discuss regenerative cooking, the GAPS (Gut And Psychological/Physiological Syndrome) diet, and healing through building and regenerative foods. Kate explains the origin of the GAPS diet and its impact on children with autism, as well as what foods the GAPS diet uses, They also discuss how regenerative cooking is important for vaginal health and other women’s health issues and experiences, ancestral lineages of meat and plant nutrition, and how to introduce probiotic foods into your diet. Kate is teaching a free upcoming class as well as offering a new course starting in March.

Bio

Kate Pope is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and founder of Regenerative Cooking School. Regenerative Cooking School teaches people the foundations of therapeutic cooking providing recipes, cooking instructions, 1:1 sessions, group coaching, and classes. The GAPS Diet, or GAPS Nutritional Protocol rebuilds a damaged gut using animal fats and proteins, homemade probiotic foods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, nourishing liquids and a variety of lifestyle-based detoxification methods so that you can heal the root cause of your disease.

What They Share

–What the GAPS diet is

–How to implement GAPS diet

–Women’s health and the gut

–Kate’s upcoming cooking class

What You’ll Hear

–GAPS protocol

–GAPS syndrome address Gut AND Psychology/Physiology Syndrome

–Use food to rebuild gut lining, homemade fermented foods to rebalance microflora in gut

–Microbiome working healthily improved cognition in children with autism

–Different approaches to implementing diet for children (cold turkey & gradual)

–Women’s health issues

–Autoimmune problems, bacterial overgrowth, vaginal issues, etc.

–Vaginal infections related to gut microbiome

–Antibiotics wipe out beneficial flora and create environment for candida

–Important to use probiotic foods when taking antibiotics

–Candida (yeast) needs to be consumed to balance microbiome of vagina and gut

–Elimination diets vs. rebuilding through GAPS protocol

–Meat stock, organ meats, egg yolks, etc. to repair gut lining with homemade probiotic foods

–GAPS timeline should be 3 months to 2 years to implement consistently

–Sourcing locally and knowing farmer’s feeding

–Ethical concerns around eating meat

–Vegan diets never existed ancestrally

–Closer to equator lineages tend to eat more plants

–Can source meat ethically

–Building foods (meat and meat products) vs. cleansing foods (plants)

–Kate shares feeling sad and connecting to diet

–Eating raw egg yolks (yogurt, kefir, raw milk)

–Kate eats half cup of fat a day, 6-8 egg yolks, 32 oz kefir, ghee

–GAPS diet slow and steady bringing in powerful, healing foods

–Slowly introducing probiotics and probiotic food depending on how one reacts individually

–Introduce new foods slowly for 5 days then introduce more

–Kate’s offerings

Resources

Website: www.regenerativecookingschool.com

IG: @thewildnutritionist

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