Patrick Miller created a new SCD resource website that contains links to many websites, blogs, a social forums to help you with implementing the SCD.
While dietary changes are the most effective way to improve health, it is the hardest to do. Reid shares his wisdom and advice in order to make that change, because you deserve it all, especially your health.
When those drugs didn’t work, it put me over the edge. And I was like, first, I can’t live like this. I’m not living. I don’t have enough energy to engage with my family. I don’t have enough energy to work. Climb a flight of stairs. I was on the floor retching. What kind of […]
Whenever someone with IBD says they wish to heal themselves so they can eat whatever they want, I get disappointed because if they understood what most of the Western world eats, it is not in fact healthy, real food.
Reid shares a recipe for a substitute to pizza, and it’s wicked scrumptious!
Quick health update on my use of Low Dose Naltrexone for Crohn’s disease over the Christmas holiday.
I created a survey to gather some information from people who the SCD did not work for them.
Ever get partial bowel obstructions because of your Crohn’s disease? There are several options including a low residue version of SCD or GAPS, Glutamine and Colloidal Silver.
Reid talks about how diets like SCD and GAPS are occasionally viewed as being radical and to him this is very hard to understand when compared to conventional treatment approaches.
Jordan and Steve from SCD Lifestyle let me know about a free webinar they have Aug. 2nd, 2011. For signing up, you’ll get free access to videos that are packed with helpful info for those struggling with the SCD.