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Is liquorice root tea GAPS legal?

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Is liquorice root tea GAPS legal?

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Good afternoon. I think it’s legal. What can we talk about if even cbd oil is legal now? By the way, this is an excellent tool to get rid of anxious thoughts, panic attacks and depression. Therefore, I do not see anything wrong with the fact that this is not prohibited. So now many things are legal.

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Yes, liquorice tea is allowed. Can sweet potatoes be consumed fermented, for instance in the African beverage mentioned in Nourishing Traditions, or perhaps some other form? We’re not certain whether the fermentation would beneficially change the problematic starches. If not at first, would this possibly be an advanced food (fermented organic sweet potatoes)? While on the GAPS diet sweet potato is not allowed. And there is no real need for it as we can have butternut squash, which has a similar taste and texture. I am not aware of any research into how much starch is left in fermented sweet potato recipes. So, it is better to keep on the safe side until the person is able to tolerate fermented grains and new potatoes. When the programme has been completed, you can gradually introduce all sorts of wholesome foods, including sweet potato, fermented or not. The introduction diet is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. For those women starting the diet at this stage, sho

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Yes, liquorice tea is allowed. Can sweet potatoes be consumed fermented, for instance in the African beverage mentioned in Nourishing Traditions, or perhaps some other form? We’re not certain whether the fermentation would beneficially change the problematic starches. If not at first, would this possibly be an advanced food (fermented organic sweet potatoes)? While on the GAPS diet sweet potato is not allowed. And there is no real need for it as we can have butternut squash, which has a similar taste and texture. I am not aware of any research into how much starch is left in fermented sweet potato recipes. So, it is better to keep on the safe side until the person is able to tolerate fermented grains and new potatoes. When the programme has been completed, you can gradually introduce all sorts of wholesome foods, including sweet potato, fermented or not. Are certain legumes, prohibited on the GAPS diet, allowed if they are sprouted? Specifically: sprouted garbanzo, adzuki, mung and sno

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