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GAPS recipes made easy with the Internal Bliss cookbook

Internal Bliss - GAPS Cookbook (Recipes designed for those following the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet) Price: N/A You Save: N/A The KEY my successful recovery from recurring MRSA infections was DIET, specifically the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet (GAPS). Want to know more? The aim of the GAPS diet is to strengthening your immune system by healing your body from the inside out. This process takes time depending on how sick you are. However, if immune system is strong you will be able to fight off various infections and illnesses including MRSA, time and time again. Does the original GAPS book contain helpful recipes? Helpful, yes…appetizing, not so much. That is why I strongly suggest getting a great GAPS cookbook such as Internal Bliss. The beauty of Internal Bliss is that you don’t have to come up with your own recipes, nor are you limited to the basic (but effective) recipes in the GAPS book. With Internal Bliss all the recipes are done for you and they are not only healthy but they are appetizing. Having a great GAPS cookbook like Internal Bliss makes it soooo much easier to stick with the diet and the longer you stick at it, the healthier you will become. Once your immune system is strong enough, it will fight off MRSA and other infections and continue to do so, allowing you to move on with your life without the fear of a relapse. How long should I do the GAPS diet for? That is a lifestyle choice that you have to make but keep in mind that although it is a healthy, healing diet but many people...

Heal yourself from the inside out with the GAPS diet

Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, Dyspraxia, A.D.D., Dyslexia, A.D.H.D., Depression, Schizophrenia List Price: $32.95 Price: $25.40 You Save: $7.55 The most important part of my recovery from recurring MRSA infections was DIET, specifically the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet (GAPS). I’ve never heard of the GAPS diet…what’s it all about? This very healthy diet is all about healing your body from the inside out and strengthening your immune system and it takes time depending on how sick you are. Once your immune system is strong, you will be able to fight off MRSA again and again before infection takes hold. If you are really ill, the book suggests that you take your diet right back to broths. Depending on how weak your immune system is, this may or may not be required. Personally I just went to the next stage which involved removing a stack of “unhelpful” foods from my diet and adding others such as Organic raw milk, Sauerkraut, and other Probiotic rich foods. As your body heals, you can begin to add back in some of the foods that are removed at the start of the diet. BUT…you should only add in foods that are healthy and will be beneficial to you. Don’t add back “treats” just because you want to. I’m not saying you can’t have the occasional treat, but don’t make it a regular thing and avoid adding back treats until you have recovered. How long should I do the GAPS diet for? It is a lifestyle choice that you have to make. It is a healthy, healing diet but many people will find...

Thursday Plantation’s bar soap will leave you clean AND MRSA free

Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Skin Care Soap - 4 oz,(Nature's Plus) List Price: $3.85 Price: $7.50 You Save: N/A It’s a little known fact that that bacteria, including MRSA can actually be washed off right off the skin! Keep in mind though that Staph bacteria that have already entered the body and infected a wound site or created a boil can’t be simply washed away because they have “dug in”. The exciting news for those suffering from MRSA infections is that bacteria ON the the skin can be washed away! Can I really just “wash off” MRSA and what would the benefits be? Yes you can! If you have a shower and a bar of soap then that’s all you need to wash off a plenty of bacteria off your skin. However, to increase the effectiveness of this “bacterial wash” I personally suggest using a Tea Tree soap. This is based on my ow personal experience. My reasoning the based on the fact that Tea Tree is known to kill bacteria, including the nasty “superbug” MRSA. Therefore, you can reduce the number of bacteria present on your skin even further by using Tea Tree soaps. This is because any “hanger on-ers” will have to deal with the antibacterial qualities of the Tea Tree soap. So…its a double whammy! The benefit of washing with a Tea Tree soap is that the likelihood of infection is reduced because the number of bacteria on your skin has been reduced.  I personally that although washing in this manner didn’t prevent every bacterial attack, it certainly reduced the frequency of infections. Tea Tree oil displays antiviral,...

MRSA medicine…Thursday Plantation’s Tea Tree Oil kills bacteria!

Thursday Plantation 100% Pure Tea Tree Oil - 50 ml List Price: $24.55 Price: $19.19 You Save: $5.36 Tea Tree oil, also known as Melaleuca oil, is extracted from the leaves of the Malaleuca plant which is native to Australia. The medicinal benefits of tea Tree oil were discovered in the 1920s when the researcher Arthur Penfold discovered that it had antimicrobial properties. In fact, he discovered that it was 11 times stronger than phenol. Tea Tree oil was used extensively until the end of World War 2 when penicillin took over as the “go to” remedy for treating various conditions. Following World War 2, mainstream use of Tea Tree oil declined until the 1970s when people began to investigate natural remedies further. That’s great…but how does that benefit me? When applied topically, Tea Tree oil displays the following properties: Antiviral Antibacterial Antifungal Antiseptic Importantly for MRSA sufferers, when used topically, it has been proven in clinical studies to be more effective at preventing the transmission of MRSA than antibiotic creams. Can anybody use it? Unless you are allergic, pretty much anybody can use Tea Tree oil although pregnant women should avoid many essential oils. Also, if you have sensitive skin, you may want to dilute your Tea Tree oil before applying to your skin although this isn’t necessary for everyone. Personally I found that as a general rule, I did not need to dilute the Tea Tree oil before applying it to my skin. HOWEVER, if you intend to apply it to sensitive skin such as the armpits or groin (where MRSA often “hangs out”) you MUST dilute...

Dr Bronner’s bar soap will wash away bacteria…including MRSA.

Dr. Bronner's Organic Pure Castile Bar Soap - Tea Tree - 5 oz List Price: $7.19 Price: $7.19 You Save: N/A Did you know that bacteria can actually be washed off the skin quite simply? This simple “washing off process won’t work on any Staph bacteria that have already entered the body and infected a wound site or created a boil unfortunately. To use a military context, this is because they have “dug in”. However, the good news is that any bacteria ON the the skin can be washed away. This is great news for MRSA sufferers and I’ll tell you why… How can I actually wash off the MRSA bacteria and what are the benefits of doing so? All you need to do if jump in a hot shower and wash using soap. Based on my own experience, I personally recommend using a Tea Tree soap. This is because Tea Tree is known to kill bacteria, including MRSA. As such, any bacteria that do manage to “hang on” despite your attempt to wash them off are likely to have their numbers reduced even further due to the antibacterial nature of the Tea Tree oil present in the soap. In other words, the benefits of washing with a Tea Tree soap are that it reduces the likelihood of infection because the number of bacteria on your skin has been reduced.  It may not stop every bacterial attack but it will reduce the frequency of infection. When applied topically, Tea Tree oil displays antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic qualities. These properties transfer over to use in soaps so incorporating it...

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