GAPS™ Conditions

The practical applications of the GAPS™ Nutritional Program were first used for psychological conditions and later also extended to other physiological conditions: autoimmune, endocrine, etc.

The term GAPS is divided into 2 groups

Gut and Psychology Syndrome

Refers to disorders which stem from the gut and affect psychological and neurological function

Gut and Physiology Syndrome

Refers to various chronic physical conditions, which stem from an unhealthy gut.

Dyslexia Dyspraxia
Addictions Depression
Obsessive-compulsive disorder Involuntary Movements
Schizophrenia Epilepsy
Eating disorders Panic Attacks
Mood Alterations Sensory problems
Behavioral and Social problems Memory and Cognitive problems
Anxiety Bipolar disorder
Tics and Fits Other conditions
Autoimmune conditions: Atopic conditions:
Coeliac (celiac) Asthma
Rheumatoid Arthritis Eczema
Diabetes type one Allergies
Multiple Sclerosis Digestive disorders:
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease) Irritable bowel syndrome
Systemic lupus erythematosus Gastritis
Osteoarthritis Various colitis
Crohn’s disease Other conditions:
Ulcerative colitis Food allergy/intolerance
Hashimoto Thyroiditis Chronic fatigue syndrome
Autoimmune skin problems Fibromyalgia
Endocrine disorders: Multiple chemical sensitivity
Thyroid Arthritis
Adrenal… PMS