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Hey everyone, hope you are all having a good new year so far. Recently we went to see my daughter's naturopath and we were advised to keep her on SCD a while longer. Initially we were told 18 months to allow her gut to heal, but as we had a few flare ups or die offs, you don't really know with the yeast, the naturopath thought it would be best to make sure that everything has healed. I can honestly say that I was feeling overwhelmed with this diet this past month. She's become aware of what others are eating and she really wants what the others have. I put a couple of books on hold at the library, and one was "Paleo Sweets & Treats" which I absolutely love. I wanted to check it out first before I invest the money into the book, and I must say I really love the recipes. My daughter was never into sweets, but lately at birthday parties she's been wanting cake and of course she can't have any. So I thought this book would help with these times. I've kind of had a spark reignited in me about the diet, and am now going through my cookbooks to prepare meal plans. I know how much good this diet has done for my daughter, and how far she has come while on it so I can't give up now.

How about you all? Have you been following SCD? I was debating eating this way myself to see if it would help me. What are all your experiences?

Hi Nola, welcome to our team.

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emoticon I'm Nola.
I have been interested in SCD for a while as I have a very unhappy gut, but didn't realize there was a SP team until I was leaving a message on Chantenays Spark page this morning and saw this team amongst the teams she belonged to, and it was a WOW moment.
So I look forward to meeting you all and hopefully putting SCD into practice and making my insides more comfortable.
Happy New Year everyone!!!

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I'm here because I recently figured out I have FODMAP problems. I belong to a spark team for that too. Maybe I'll learn some things with this group that I don't hear over there. My symptoms are much better now, in fact, almost nonexistent compared with before.

FODMAP is an acronym that stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. People with this cannot digest these sugars very well. Bacteria feed on the residual sugar, which results in gas, diarrhea, bloating, pain, abdominal water retention, and swelling, and vomiting.

I had all of those by the time I learned about this from someone who posted on a Spark message board (or thread). Instantly knew it was me.

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Thank you - have added some of those books to my Amazon wish list emoticon

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Hi everyone. My name is Carrie.

Several years back, I was diagnosed through blood tests with about 20 food reactions. My 2 year old was also diagnosed with 7. I obeyed his 7 for several years, and as my health continued to decline, two practitioners within a month said "You'd feel better if you paid attention to your allergies." I stuck my tongue out at the first one (not literally!) and told the second one she had a month to prove it. That month was February 2010. It was rough to go gluten/dairy free knowing I also needed to avoid corn, nightshades, eggs and mushrooms, among other foods. It's been an up and down road, though my autistic daughter has also come on the gluten/caisen free road, and we've had encouraging efforts for her.

I have several friends who have been shifting to Paleo, though, and as I've learned more, even with my veggie reactions, it had seemed like a road to take....yet not! For some months now, two friends in particular have continued to nudge me towards SCD and GAPS. I've been making bone broth, slowly implementing recipes, but as I made the choice this weekend to really embrace being on the autoimmune protocol for paleo, I realized SCD is where I tend to be. I'm still in the learning process, as it seems several of us are, but learning is part of life. I'm interested in learning together.

Some of my "go-to-guides" at the moment:
(just the titles for the most part! I'm to tired to find the links)

Practical Paleo (the autoimmune chapter) http://balancedbites.com/practicalpaleo
It Starts With Food (Whole 30 - again, there's an autoimmune chapter)
Paleo Slow Cooking (Gower)
Internal Bliss (along with the dusty GAPS yellow book)
Everyday Grain-free Gourmet (SCD) (hiding on my shelf or in the backpack!)
So, what can I eat now?! (Several of those recipes are too spicy for me, for now.)

I know there are a couple others in my backpack upstairs. I had taken them with me to mealplan this weekend during my daughter's swim meet.

Today was day one. I was still pretty violently sick, but that seemed to be from a steroid reaction and horrible sleep, not food.

I'm grateful this team is here, that *you* are here, and that I have some new folks on the journey to talk with.

It's nice to meet you.

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Hi,
I'm Allison and I am currently learning about the Specific Carbohydrate diet. I work for a Cardiology specialist and I am so afraid for our patients because all of the medications they take. I want to be able to give useful information to patients about this diet because it will likely help them out more than the meds will.
I try to follow the diet, but I am still eating outside of it sometimes. I do not have any specific dietary allergies that require me to eat this way. I do want to prevent illnesses and live a healthy life, so that is why I advocate this diet to anyone! I also want to drop some more weight and this is a sure fire way to do that!

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7/25/13 1:04 P

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We're doing the SCD but without dairy. Prior to this my daughter was on the gluten free & casein free diet. We wouldn't go back to a conventional diet, but go back to gluten free if anything. But we'll probably keep it to mostly SCD. We would have to see if she develops any behaviours if we reintroduce some foods. I'm anxiously waiting a new cookbook which comes out on the 30th, that's by Danielle Walker, who is the woman behind againstallgrain.com. She has made things so much easier for me. Our only problem is that school and the place where she has her therapy is all nut and seed free. So making snacks has been difficult. My daughter seems to be anti fruit and anti vegetable right now, so that doesn't help. I recently bought Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet cookbook and can't wait to try some recipes from there.

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7/24/13 4:44 A

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Hi Michelle,

thanks for joining us. Interesting testimonial to the benefits of SCD. Hope the test results in September show good progress. If SCD has helped your daughter's speech will you keep her on it after the 18 months? Must be difficult monitoring what children eat all the time!

Looking forward hearing from and sharing with you

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Hi there, my name is Michelle. My 6 yr old daughter has autism and we have her seeing a naturopath. We initially had her gluten & casein free but after some time, we had tests done and found that she has a lot of yeast in her gut. Conventional medicine would have us give her antibiotics but as we aren't into that, the only way to kill the yeast is by starving it. So that's where SCD comes in. My daughter has been on the diet since August 6, 2012. It's been difficult especially when we go to other family/friends' homesm but so worth it none the less. It has been a lot of work for me, but after a while you get used to it. I personally haven't followed it for a while myself, but I know that when I did, I did feel better.

We were told that my daughter has to follow the diet for about 18 months. We will be having her tested to see the levels of the yeast in the gut probably around September. That way we know for sure where we're at. Unfortunately, she is delayed with her speech. But since on diet, she has had more words and started asking "I want..." So, has it been worth it...YES! Nothing beats her call me "Mommy" when I didn't think she ever would.

She absolutely loves these waffles I make from againstallgrain.com. I'm excited because Danielle Walker has her book coming out on the 30th of July and so looking forward to having that in my library of too many cookbooks.

I'm hoping to share any info I've learned during my journey on this diet with you all.

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Welcome, Debby and Georgiagal, thanks for joining.

Look forward to sharing info and experiences.

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Hi Everyone!

I've had IBS-D for about 15 years...everything checks out with the colonoscopies and other tests. Doctors just give anti-diarrheal meds and tell you to eat more fiber ~ LOL!

I started on a Low FODMAP diet in Oct 2011 and from there learned about SCD. I do kind of a blend of both diets. I make the yogurt once a week and I try to stay grain-free, but I'm not as strict as I used to be. My gut issues are much better, unless I get anxiety...usually about going anywhere early in the day. I work from home, so I've solved that problem now.

When I first started the Low FODMAP diet, I thought I could never live without onions & tomato sauce, but I've discovered they are evil in my system. I can eat a little fresh tomato occasionally, if I peel them and squeeze the seeds out. Fructose is a big no-no for me too, mangoes, honey, apples, etc. I stick with berries, a little banana and pineapple for my fruit. Any SCD recipe that calls for honey, I substitute maple syrup and it works fine for me.
I get bored with my food choices, but my system works so much better when I follow the diet

Looking forward to learning and sharing with this group :)

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Well, I guess I should introduce myself uh? I'm Debby from Lake Havasu, AZ.

I personally, have not been on the SCD diet per se. I don't eat carbs, or sugar. My experience was in 2006. That's when I found the diet for my husband and it changed his life. He was diagnosed with crohns disease in 2004. He was on Remicade ($7000 a treatment), and several other medications. He was in what they call remission. It bothered me that he was possibly going to die from the side effects of his meds. The doctors said eat what you can. No diet for crohns.

I found the SCD diet. Within a week he could eat salad, and within a few months he went off remicade. He had fistulas that wouldn't heal (don't think you want to know what those are), and was being scheduled for surgery when those began to heal almost immediately. He also had pyroderma gangrenosum, which are skin ulcers that can also develop on major organs.

I am here to support the team. I can't tell you how many people I have tried giving the diet site too that have crohns. Most of them DID NOT try it. If you have ulcerative colitis or crohns Please try this diet.

I can help answer questions on how my husband progressed, and what we used for the skin ulcers.

It makes sense that you would lose weight on this diet too. My husband had gained back all he lost, plus too much, from the steroids. He lost I believe 30 lbs. Although, today he is eating wrong, we, like Canice, just watched Fat Sick and Nearly Dead recently, and I think he is going to change his ways. Regardless of whether he does or not, we know the diet that will make him well....SCD



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Welcome Karissa!

Good to hear SCD is working for you emoticon

It sure is a complete change in the way of doing things - actually sticking to the allowed foods almost seems to be the easy bit, adjusting life around it seems to be the main learning curve!

But happy tums are most definitely worth the effort.

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Hi everyone! My name is Karissa and I am super excited about this team! I have had gut/stomach issues since a severe case of Salmonella poisoning about 12 years ago. I saw some specialists at that time, but just two years later I herniated a disc in my back and spent the next ten years struggling with depression and daily chronic pain. Then in December 2012 I woke up one day and decided to change everything. I had lost about 47 pounds between December and June by giving up fried food, soda, caffeine, sweets. At the same time I was still struggling with my stomach because many "healthy" foods gave me terrible symptoms. I started to see a naturopathic doctor, we tried a lot of supplements and then she told me a month ago to start the SCD. I didn't do the intro diet because my syptoms weren't severe, but I have cleaned out my apartment from all non-SCD foods, bought cookbooks and really dedicated myself to making this work. I definitely already feel better after just a month. It's great. Now my doctor wants me to stay on the plan for another three months with some different anti-microbial supplements to hopefully rid my gut of any bad stuff. Unfortunately the supplements are nasty!

Now I am the girl who always has food with her, buys only a couple things from the aisles of the grocery store, stocks her fridge with fruits and veggies and makes her own yogurt. What a transformation! I hope that we can all support and help each other through this because we all know that our journey is a lot different than the journey for people who can eat anything they want, as long as they watch calories.

Good luck everyone! Happy to meet you all!
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7/19/13 6:53 P

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Oh Canice, I Identify with that sick and tired of being sick and tired feeling! It's where I was 5 or 6 weeks ago, which lead me to start searching for a solution myself as doctor hadn't helped much.... ending up with finding out about this diet. I need to lose 90lbs from where I started to get to the very top of the 'healthy' weight range although I'd be quite happy to just get to slightly above that. My main aim though, is to feel comfortable and have some energy!

Do you know whether it is the lactose or the casein which causes you problems with dairy?

Yvonne, thanks for the book info. emoticon

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emoticon Kipper Kid - yes both cookbooks are specifically for the SCD diet. So all the recipes follow the guidelines set out by SCD.

emoticon Canice. You are so right, nothing tastes as good as feeling healthy! You have gone through quite a struggle with your health and I commend you on your healthy eating commitment.

Looking forward to getting to know you both better through your posts. We can do this - lose weight and get healthy. I will be cheering for you.

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Hello, I'm Canice, I was tested for Celiac's back in 2010, and the blood test came back negative, so I never went back for any further testing. I decided to just keep eating however I pleased, till I got "sick and tired of being sick and tired!"

August 2011 I went to a Naturopath Doc who suggested that I should have a series of tests, and that I needed to go on a Gluten-Free and Sugar-Free Diet, or don't bother to come back, because there wouldn't be anything she could do to help me. {sigh}

The whole picture was MUCH BIGGER than that...

"Heavy Metal Toxicity" in my brain...
Needed to remove all the metal from my mouth...

She said that I would probably have to go "Grain-Free" and "Dairy-Free", but to start out with the G-F and S-F and all the lab work and we'd go from there

I never went back....
My husband said we don't have the $3,000 it was going to cost for all the tests and supplements she wanted to put me on to detox my body...

I did have 7 "Mercury Amalgam" fillings removed, and still need to replace 7 crowns, because there is no record of the "base metal", and that could be part of the problem....

Everything is so expensive....

October 31, 2010, I woke up and realized that Holloween candy would be going on sale the next day.
I realized that that was NOT a healthy goal!... emoticon
I stepped on the scales that morning emoticon
emoticon I was ~ 100 pounds overweight!

I had been eating a "Healthy Diet" in my eyes, but what I thought was "Healthy" was making me fat!
I make most of my food "from scratch", including bread - which taste so amazing...

I exercised several times a week, and stayed within the calorie range tracking my food here on SP - and yet the weight kept going UP, and UP, and UP!

November 1, 2011 - I decided that I would take the Naturopath's advice and starred on my journey of eating a Gluten-Free and Sugar-Free Diet.
NO TURNING BACK! emoticon

I dropped 12 pounds in 4 weeks and noticed my gutt didn't hurt AS BAD, but it did heart every time I ate anything with grain or dairy in it. {she was right}

On Thanksgiving Day my family was invited to join some new "forever friends" for their Thanksgiving FEAST! I brought salad ingredients and dessert, she supplied the rest. Talk about a SPREAD of food! The sad part was, the only thing I could eat was the turkey and salad - everything else had "Gluten" in it.

I went home that night and watched the documentary, "Fat, Sick & Nearly DEAD" for the first time. I got excited! I went to bed that night thinking, if those two men can do this Juice fast thing to shed the excess weight and get ahold of their health issues, I CAN, too!

I woke up the next morning and watched FS&ND for the second, of MANY TIMES - this time I had a pen and note pad in hand! I sat on the edge of my seat, remote control in hand, and absorbed all I could of what Joe Cross had to share. Then I started on my journey of JUICE FASTS and striving to live with the idea that...

I spent ~ 150 days total doing juice fasts over that next year and a half.

During that time I read "Breaking the Vicious Cycle"
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After reading the book and watching my friend have good results from following this diet, I was quite intrigued - but not convinced...

Then I read "Going Against the Grains" www.amazon.com/dp/0658017225

January 1 this year I joined a sweet SP friend on a 100 Day Grain-Free Challenge.
I have to say, I felt so much better when I was eating Grain-Free, but again, ever time I would eat anything with dairy in it, oh, the pain....

I have come to a place in my life where I say, quite often:
"Nothing tastes as good as healthy FEEL!" emoticon


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Hi,

Thanks for joining and for the book recommendations - are all the recipes in the books SCD compliant or just a good proportion? Have added them to my wish list, shame they aren't available for Kindle.

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emoticon I started the Specific Carbohydrate diet after being diagnosed as being gluten intolerant (possibly celiac - I am a senior and after the blood test my doctor recommended not bothering to take the biopsy because whether gluten intolerant or celiac the treatment is the same - no wheat, rye, barley, uncertified GF oats, or anything with a gluten component such as malt). While following this diet, I feel full of energy, my digestion improves and the diarrhea ends. I am so happy to be on a team that understands the health issues I face and will join with me as we work together for better health.

The two cookbooks that I use regularly are: Grain-Free Gourmet and Everyday Grain-free Gourmet. Both are written by Jodi Bager and Jenny Lass. These are books with recipes that you can serve to guests and they will enjoy! Meals do not have to be boring.

Thank you Kipper Kid for starting this team.

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OK, so to kick off, I'll just say that my digestive issues are milder than most people who find their way to SCD.

You can find the gist of my story in my blog www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
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From this you can gather I only started in June 2013 so am most definitely NOT an expert, still on a steep learning curve in fact. I would be very happy to have some company while I learn and as there didn't seem to be an SCD SparkTeam I decided to be proactive and start one


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Please post here to tell us something about yourself and how you came to be interested in SCD.



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