If this is medicine, can I overdose?

Three times a day I give our six family members a dose of our “medicine”…

We have now been on the GAPS healing foods protocol for over a month. Feeling awesome. Here are a few scenes from our Airstream kitchen. If you are inclined to look at pictures of food, click on the pictures, as they don’t show up very well in their small size.

Scenes not included: Nut-butter pancakes and bread, daily vegetable chopping, soaking nuts, pickling garlic, bone broth making (I’ll spare my vegetarian friends the pics), crock-pot yogurt making, cashew ice cream making, picking citrus in the orchard, local market hounding, egg-fridge raiding, milking Shasta the cow, trimming the goat’s hooves (the goats are orchard brush control and future meat), moving cows from one pasture to another, building chicken yurts, building an egg-mobile, sharing a Thanksgiving like feast with our GAPS-eating farm hosts, and many other food related tasks…including eating:) Now if I could just put the puzzle together to bring in income from what I love doing…

Soon to come: Fun on the farm at Chaffin Family Orchards

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About Melanie Christner NTP, CGP

I am a Nutritional Therapist & GAPS Practitioner in the Green Mountains of Vermont. I help families gain back their energy, digestive health, and robust immune systems...using targeted lab testing paired with nutrient dense whole foods. Find out more at www.honestbody.com
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2 Responses to If this is medicine, can I overdose?

  1. vesna says:

    Seriously you guys need to come live with us!! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  2. Jess says:

    Oh Mel, it sounds tooo good to be true..to much fun!!! i am so glad you guys get to do that. If i didnt love you so much i’d be green with jealousy:-) soooo many good things you’re learning, like how to build that, ideas for your own sustainable farm and the list goes on and on….so amazing!!!

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