GAPS Pregnancy Guide

A mini guide for implementing GAPS with pregnancy, that shows you how to give your baby the best start possible.

Want to give your baby the best
nourishment possible by doing GAPS?

The GAPS Pregnancy Guide will help you figure out the nuances of matching GAPS™ with Pregnancy.

The GAPS Pregnancy Guide will help you understand:

  •  How your nutritional & microbial status affects baby’s health
  •   How to prepare before conception, during pregnancy, and for after-care of your new baby
  •   The importance of the vaginal ecosystem to the rest of baby’s life
  •   What parts of GAPS can be incorporated with pregnancy and breastfeeding

Bonus Materials Include:

  • Avoiding postpartum depression
  • Placenta encapsulation 
  • Blood Sugar Handling materials (including menus & recipes)

“In order to give yourself the best chance of producing a beautiful, healthy baby it is important to start thinking about it before conception. If you are already expecting a baby, it is best to start making changes right away.” Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride

I’m Melanie Christner, NTP, CGP and I’ve had the privilege of growing four babies from my own body. (That almost sounds like a confession) Growing babies takes it out of you, literally…nutrient stores that is. I’m trained as a Certified Nutritional Therapist and Certified GAPS Practitioner. And the best part…I’m fulfilling my dream to help moms and kids to find their own answers to their health struggles.

This guide matches GAPS — with Pregnancy.

The joy and privilege of carrying your baby doesn’t need to drain you and leave you and baby lacking in nutrients that you vitally need to be healthy, both physically and neurologically.

GAPS is one of the best options, both for your nourishment and growing your new baby.

What’s in the GAPS Pregnancy Guide?

The GAPS Pregnancy guide is an informative 22 page digital booklet. It’s great for a mom who is short on time, but wants relevant information and education…and is ready to take action for her health and baby’s health. Through this guide you’ll come to understand:

  • How nature gives baby priority…and how it doesn’t…and what to do about it
  • What severe magnesium deficiency looks like in pregnancy
  • How important your vaginal microbes are to baby & how to boost them for birth
  • Preparing for breastfeeding
  • Baby after-care, naturally, GAPS style
  • Placenta encapsulation & the connection to avoiding postpartum depression
  • What parts of GAPS to incorporate with pregnancy & breastfeeding
  • And lots of great resources for further help!

What others are saying:

To help stop learning disabilities, and the extremely high rate of Autism, try the GAPS Diet. I learned more about the detoxification process than I knew was a problem in Autism, and in gut dysbiosis over all. AND, if you can’t get pregnant, look at the GAPS diet. ~Tammy B.

I have a much deeper understanding of the primacy of food – its role as both villain (when we eat modern processed food) and the hero (when we eat real, nutrient dense, healing food) of our health. I have learned that my health, and how I feel on a day to day basis, is 100% about what I eat. I honestly – no exaggeration – feel better than I have felt in decades. I have lost 10 lbs (was not overweight before) and have so much more energy and a more clear (less fuzzy) brain. ~Skotti F.

I have learned so many good things from this GAPS Class due to Melanie’s phenomenal organization – understanding digestion and gut dysbiosis, how to get started, how to ease into the intro and full GAPS diet, the value of detoxing, and the wonders of homemade stock and fermented foods, etc, etc. You get my blue ribbon endorsement! Thank You! I am identifying and eliminating the foods I am sensitive to and have fewer digestive problems and less fatigue. Bone broth and fermented foods have become a staple in my kitchen.  ~Julie M.

The GAPS Pregnancy Guide has timely information for having a healthy, beautiful baby.

For your $15.00 investment, you’ll receive a downloadable PDF, delivered to you by email — perfect for printing, saving for quick reference, or loading onto your tablet or e-reader.

Download The Guide Here

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