Monday, September 10, 2012
GAPS Diet Fan Android App (You can Install this FREE on Your Android!)
I recently grabbed one of these Android phones from Verizon, and i have been going crazy trying to keep up with the best apps, and of course grabbing as many of the free apps that I think would be beneficial for me, our family and our readers. I especially love the Google Play Store and all of the helpful apps, and information there is, right in our phones! Unbelievable!!
I found this app, GAPS Diet Fan, and thought this would be very useful for me since our 9 year old, Aaron, has been having all kinds of stomach and heartburn problems the last year and a half. He has missed a couple days of school already this year, and several last year. Even though he has been getting excellent grades, and keeping up with his school work, this still poses a problem with the school, all the doctor visits, and the never ending phone calls from the school nurse to ask me to please come pick Aaron up.
I wish I would have known about this app when this all first started.
This app was made to get the work and information of Dr.Natasha Campbell-McBride, out to as many people as possible.
GAP stands for; gut and psychology syndrome. Your gut is referred to as "second brain", and is responsible for many aspects of your health. The GAPS diet, is recommended for autistic children, children with severe allergies, (like our 9 year old, the drs think:), Tourette's Syndrome, schizophrenia, and other scary illnesses and diseases, also, ADD and ADHD.
There are several things on this app that I have used so far, especially keeping up with the latest news and also reading articles that are about gluten free diets, Celiac disease, all the crazy diagnosis' the doctor's have been throwing at us for the past year and a half about, Aaron. Oh and quick links to their Facebook page and videos!
There is also plenty more to come with this app! The one I am looking forward to the most, is the recipe ideas from other parents, because it is rough trying to figure out what to even make or eat!
I would love to hear about your experience with this app, or with this diet! Especially any recipes!! Aaron tries to eat what he wants, still, and he has bad days and good days, but between him and my husband, (also possible Celiac), we have some super hard times trying to cook dinner! They are both stubborn and every now and again, like to have something they shouldn't. I can't blame them but I feel so bad when they are so sick.
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