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Welcome to the GAPS Resource List – a place to find GAPS related resources, in one easy list.

Prepared Food Resources

Prepared broth:

Prepared ferments:

Prepared snacks & baked goods:

Pantry items:

Animal fats:

Food Prep Resources

My favorite kitchen equipment:

Supplement Resources (The short list)

Cod liver oil:

Probiotics: By no means exhaustive, these are a few probiotics I recommend frequently

Essential Fatty Acids:

Digestive support: See this article for more information on GAPS digestive support

Elderberry Syrup:

Vibrant Blue Essential Oils:

Detox Resources

Enema kits:

Coffee enemas:

Detox bath supplies in bulk: 1 cup of choice, in each bath

Juicing: See juicer above, in kitchen equipment

Sunbathing: Just kidding…only bare skin required 🙂 However, to start sunbathing I recommend Badger Balm

Bodycare Resources

Facial Cleansing & Moisturizing:

Body Cleansing & Moisturizing:



Classes & meal plans

Meal Plans:

GAPS Class

  • Click here to find out more about our popular online class! –> GAPS Class

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5 thoughts on “GAPS Resource List”

  1. Hello! I am very interested in signing up for the class. I have a very very picky eater on my hands. We have tried to follow the starting GAPS plan from Healthy Home Happy but failed. How are your classes different? Will it give me ideas for helping my picky pants eat better? He looks very mal nourished – bony thin has oral sensory issues and ASD. I’m very worried about his health!

    1. Melanie Christner

      Hello Amy,

      Thank you for asking about the GAPS Class.
      What makes the GAPS Class different is that it is a 10-week class, with a full 40+ hours of GAPS Practitioner time in the forum to answer your questions, step-by-step instruction, and cooking videos. I have done the full protocol myself, with my four children and husband, some of whom were picky eaters.
      It’s hard work initially, but so very important to address the picky eating, which is a physiological issue in itself.
      I would recommend reading story #4 of the GAPS Stories book as encouragement.

  2. Hi Amy,
    My name is Sandra, I’m very interested about learning more about the GAPS DIET, but I can’t find any books yet.
    Do you have some that you would recommend. I have several issues in my family that I need to concentrate on and fix in a hurry, Please help me.

    1. Melanie Christner

      Hi Sandra,

      Thanks for the comment.

      Do you already have the GAPS book? That is foundational. (Gut and Psychology Syndrome book by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride)

      Along with the GAPS book itself, it is very helpful to have:
      – Heal Your Gut Cookbook
      – GAPS Stories
      – The GAPS Guide


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