Resource List for GAPS Products

GAPS Resource List

Cod Liver Oil:

www.greenpasture.org Sources from Green Pasture:

Samantha@backtothebest2

Mary Walkes

Patti Vig: 605-661-2346; Email: jpmmvig@vyn.midco.net

Meat/Bones/Fat

Larry Eisenbeis: laran@gwtc.net, 605-214-3056 (meat, bones, eggs, milk)

Jon Gundy, Gundy’s Meats,

Ph: 605-660-5922 (meat, bones, eggs, vegetables) gundysbeef@gmail.com

Waucapona Farms – Marvin Beblauw

88625 568th Avenue, Hartington NE 68739

Organic grassfed angus beef; whole beef, half, split ¼ or 1/8th beef; Split 1/8th fill a 50 qt. Cooler ¾ full.

Ph: 402-254-3429 mddeblauw@hartel.net

Thankful Harvest

www.thankfulharvest.com

Ph: 712-830-3281

Grass fed beef, lamb, turkey, chicken

Goosemobile

PH: 605-296-3314

Email: goosedown@unitelsd.com

Hebda Farms (Garrities) 30661 444th Avenue, Mission Hill, SD 57046
hebdaproduce@msn.com
http://www.garritys.com
Phone: (605) 665-2806 (vegetables and fruit)

Grow – Rite (occasionally) (vegetables, fertilizer) – Hwy 52 west of Yankton

Chickens/Eggs

Eggs: Cindy Konopasek Ph: 605-661-8642 Email: ckonopasek@gmail.com

Doug and Sharon Brandt – dandsbrandt@hotmail.com, 605-286-3302 (Avon)

Abram & Brenda Hotz: (Marion) They are not certified organic but will follow
the Eisenbeis model same genetics, hatchery, no GMO grains in the
ration, raised in pens on grass moved daily. They live near theGoosemobile and can trade labor for the use of a State Inspected processing facility. Contact them at abram_hotz@yahoo.com

Raw Milk/Cream/Butter/Meat/Bones:

Larry Eisenbeis Ph: 605-605-214-3056 Email: laran@gwtc.net

Salt:

Real Salt or Eden Salt in Health Food Market at HyVee

Schuurmans Farm Supply

Kefir Grains:

Cindy Konopasek Ph: 605-661-8642 Email: ckonopasek@gmail.com

Mary Walkes

Kombucha Sponge:

Mary Walkes

Fermenting Supplies:

Pickl-It: Schuurmans Farm Supply Ph: 605-464-1113 Email: tws@sdhay.com

Pickl-It jars, cultures, and salt

Probiotic:

Mary Walkes

Back to the Best, Samantha Finck samantha@backtothebest2.com

(HyVee, Body Guard, Walgreens, Conklin, etc.)

Fermentation cultures/ fermented products:

Fab Ferments: Cindy Konopasek

Samantha Finck: Email: samantha@backtothebest2.com

Schuurman’s Farm Supply

Zukay www.zukay.com

Oils/Nuts, etc. Samantha@backtothebest2.com

Sea Food

Vital Choice

Ph: 800-608-4825

www.vitalchoice.com

Coconut Wraps: The bread or tortilla alternative

www.ThePureWraps.com

Ph: 404-585-7873

800-7873-516

Personal Care Products:

Shampoo – Baking soda or egg yolks

Rinse – cider vinegar/kombucha

Toothpaste – baking soda – oil – separately or a combination

Castor Oil for TOPICAL warm packs (see p. 328 in GAPS book) (Bodyguard)

www.radicalmedicine.com – best bets (non-toxic products)

Selina Naturally – www.selinaNaturally.com PH 800-867-7258

Dr. Ron’s Ultra-Pure

www.drrons.com 877-472-8701

Detoxification supplies:

Iodine: HyVee in first aid section.

Epsom Salt – Drug stores

Magnesium Oil – Radiant Life Ph 888-593-9595 www.RadiantLifeCatalog.com

Insect Control

Diatomaceous Earth – Dandsbrandt@hotmail.com

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Meeting Highlights

The first GAPS group met on Wednesday, March 18, 2012 at noon.

An overview of GAPS was presented via power point.

Items for sharing: organic cabbage (Thank you Soil Works!) for sauerkraut & water kefir grains (Thank you Cindy Konopasek!). I

tems available for purchase: Beef bones (Gundy’s Beef) for broth, Cod liver oil, Gut and Psychology Book, probiotics, Pickl-it, Healthy4Life Booklet, Nourishing Traditions cookbook.

A local resource list is posted

Healing efforts and goals were shared among the participants.

The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 7 at 5 PM in the Rupiper Travel building at 317 Broadway, Suite 8, Yankton SD.

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Let’s get started!

Welcome to the Healing GAPS blog!

Together through this medium we will share tips and support each other.

The GAPS Protocol has helped hundreds of people heal from many issues. Although this “tried and true” program has enabled many successes by following it to the letter, Dr. Natasha honors our uniqueness by encouraging each of us to find the foods that nourish us and avoid the ones that do not. The foods we are sensitive to today may actually nourish us after healing takes place.

Our first meeting is tomorrow, January 18, at noon, at 317 Broadway, Suite 8, Yankton SD. I hope to see you there!