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SCD Diet - A healthy diet for people with Crohn's Colitis ect.
everydayizagift posted:
Anyone ever hear about the SCD Diet created and discussed in the book, Breaking The Vicious Cycle - Intestinal Health THrough Diet by Elaine Gottschall??
I tried this diet a few years ago and didn't stick with it. I'm not going to tell you the diet and restrictions are not easy. You have to be dedicated, motivated and serious about gaining your health back. I have heard stories upon stories of success by people that cured themselves with this diet. Because diet does matter and makes a difference!

From the people that have tried and stuck with this SCD diet, it has dramatically helped with healing and being able to get their life back.

So, if you've tried this diet, how did it go and how do you feel now in contrast to when you 1st started the diet?

Also, what has your doctor discussed with you regarding food/diet?

I will begin the SCD diet today. WIsh me luck that I will finally get better from this dreadful Crohn's Disease

information about the SCD diet can be found at this site, if interested. I like this site, but keep in mind, there's a ton of information about this diet out there in Web world.
Share a SCD site that you like if you have one! I'd love to check it out!
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