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Should anyone switching to Paleo also consider a healing stage when getting started?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 16, 2011 at 5:21 PM

I pose this question simply because I've noticed that even some people who have no digestive issues sometimes suffer when exposed to non-paleo foods.

Is it possible that part of the Paleo way of life should also include a healing stage early on so that when one is exposed to anything 'unclean' or outside the paleo food lists we don't suffer so much?

Ideally one would eat 100% paleo all the time, but we know that's not always possible.

Would any newbie switching to Paleo benefit from a short healing stage so that future slips or exposures would be reduced to minor discomforts rather than a day or two of a variety of symptomatic suffering? What do you think?

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on September 16, 2011
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I believe every single person living in an industrialized world should do GAPS or some type of gut healing protocol.

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on September 27, 2011
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Yes, I believe that a healing protocol would be more than appropriate. There are many things that can cause and contribute to intestinal permeability, mainly stress ;) which can be an ongoing exposure in our environment.

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