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Diana Delpriore November 21, 2012 at 3:41 pm

Hi Jordan

Curious to know what you did to treat your sibo? did u take the antibiotics? also did u ever have candida overgrowth? do you have any diet restrictions? I was diagnosed with celiacs disease but was deathly ill. When I had the endoscopy, the dr said my villi was only partially blunted and I should not have been as sick as I was. I eliminated all gluten and got a little better. When I went back to drs in pain, they said my sibo numbers were thru the roof. I winder if I really have celiacs disease. I don’t miss it because I’ve been without it for three years. I am seeing a naturopath that put me on a very restrictive diet of only verges, meat and eggs. She said my candida is thru the roof as well. Not sure which came first the sibo or the candida; she says the candida. It doesnt matter I guess, I just want it gone!!! I’ve come up allergic to soo many foods that I ate my whole life; nuts, apples, etc. Do you think it will benefit me to buy any of the books and if so which ones because I will have to be on this diet for a while..guessing a couple of months at the minimum. Glad I found you guys:) Regards and Happy Thanksgiving!! Diana

Jordan Reasoner November 21, 2012 at 6:57 pm

Hi Diana, I was on SCD for a few years before my SIBO started to clear up. Now I’m on a Paleo diet and I eat safe starches because I have test results showing I no longer have SIBO. I do still avoid eggs and nuts though.

The best place for you to start is our eBook starter package and then the tough case meal plans. So those two together are the best place to begin.

You can find our eBook starter package here:

The tough case meal plans will be 50% off here until midnight EST tonight.

Happy Holidays


Sherry November 21, 2012 at 12:29 am

Do we tart with the e-books or with the Tough/Mild case meal plans or the troubleshooting program? Want to take advantage of your meal plan sale but not sure if that is the correct place to start.
Thank you for all the info!!

Jordan Reasoner November 21, 2012 at 12:39 pm

Hi Sherry, the best place to start is our eBook starter packaged and then the meal plans pick up after that. So those two together are the best place to begin.

You can find our eBook starter package here:

Happy Holidays πŸ™‚


Chris Bourne November 20, 2012 at 8:29 pm

My two daughters and I have GERD, IBS, multiple food allergies (grains, corn, egg to name a few) . We have Celiac and gluten sensitivity genes. One daughter is a vegetarian. Would your meal plans be practical and useful for us under these circumstances? We are waiting to receive the SIBO test. After months of avoiding allergens and gluten we have less symptoms but are not healed by any means.

Jordan Reasoner November 21, 2012 at 12:42 pm

Hi Chris,

We’ve had some experience fielding questions from vegetarians, but our materials are not geared towards that lifestyle choice.

Here’s three things you can review today that will help you:

1) Read about Cheryl Cravino’s SCD Success story, where she was starting out as a vegetarian:

2) Listen to a specific question we answer about SCD and vegetarian in podcast 21 (9:34 The myth that a vegetarian can’t follow SCD and what to try instead of meat – especially in the beginning)

3) Read the comments from SCD’er vegetarians Elizabeth and most especially Jenny in this podcast comments section:

I hope that helps you. You can always try our materials and if you don’t think it’s going to work you just send me an email and I will refund your money no problem.

In good health,


Lisa November 20, 2012 at 7:49 pm

Jordan or Steve, I just purchased and downloaded both books, but I was wondering do you have a hard copy, easier for me to read that way, Thanks.

Jordan Reasoner November 21, 2012 at 12:38 pm

Hi Lisa,

I’m really sorry for any confusion about our book. Right now we are only offering our products online so people can instantly download it upon purchase and start using them as soon as possible. It also helps us get it to more people on the web without dealing with shipping all over the world. Most of our programs can be read on any computer or using a iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Nook or other e-Book readers.

If you do want to print it all off you could download it to a disc or a thumb drive and take it to a library or print shop (like Kinko’s) to print it. Remember, all our products have a money back guarantee if you try them out and don’t like them just send us an email and we’ll refund your money, no questions πŸ™‚

In good health,


Jamie November 20, 2012 at 12:22 pm

Are these meal plans wheat and gluten free?

Jordan Reasoner November 20, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Yes, they are free of all grains.

Happy holidays πŸ™‚


Spike November 20, 2012 at 12:18 pm


It appears that I may have fructose malabsorption (in addition to some dysbiosis), according to a hydrogen breath test. I was wondering whether one meal plan is better suited than the other for this condition.

Thank you!

Jordan Reasoner November 20, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Great to hear from you. I dealt with that for years as well, so I totally understand what that’s like.

I would recommend you go with the Tough Case meal plans if you have FM and SIBO.

In good health,


Spike November 20, 2012 at 6:29 pm


Thank you so much for your reply.

I actually don’t have SIBO according to two different breath tests (lactulose and glucose). I’ve had a battery of tests (blood works, upper-endoscopy and colonoscopy) and all came back negative. The FODMAP approach has not helped much at all, so I’d like to give your meal plans a try.

I know that food is a contributing factor because each time I eat, abdominal pain sets in. I’ve kept a food journal for a month, but there’s no specific trigger that I could identify.

I’m hoping this plan will help, as I’m sure you know, this is exhausting. Thanks for your help! πŸ™‚

Jordan Reasoner November 21, 2012 at 12:36 pm

Glad to see you’re still pushing through. Don’t give up, this took years for me to sort out.

Also, read about low stomach acid if you haven’t yet:

In good health,


Jady Nin November 20, 2012 at 12:13 pm

We want to start the SCD Diet for my 3 yo. He’s got a leaky gut, dysbiosis and candida. The meal planner for “tough case” is that starting from phase 2. I’ve got the meal planner for the intro and phase 1. Looking for menus (and recipes) for the rest of the phases. Which meal planner is the best option for us?

Jordan Reasoner November 20, 2012 at 5:33 pm

It might make sense to go with tough case to start, but this quiz will help:

In good health,


Beth November 20, 2012 at 12:12 pm

So, those the kit include the actual foods? Or just the meal plan and we are responsible for buying all the items and cooking them?

Jordan Reasoner November 20, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Great question. The meal plans do not include the foods. It’s only a daily plan for what to eat at each meal that we’ve found help most people get control of their gut symptoms.

In good health,


Addie Kirby November 20, 2012 at 10:57 am

One more question. He does have lactose allergy but no egg allergy should we still go with the tough case or could we go with the other case study? He is hungry. he also has developed bumps all over do you think he is already shedding after only a couple of days? Thank you so much for having this site. There just seems to be so little help out there.
He is depressed and just totally over it at this point. It has been three months of pain, losing weight, and no answers from the medical community. He did test positive for the parasite “ovum” and he had candidisis a year ago along with two ulcers. Sorry for spelling.
Thank You.

Jordan Reasoner November 20, 2012 at 5:35 pm

If he’s having a lot of skin issues, that does point to leaky gut. You can take this test to help you figure out which “case” your son is:

In good health,


Addie Kirby November 20, 2012 at 10:54 am

I am looking to fix a thriteen year old boy of we are not sure yet, iliteus, crohn, no one will give a difeinitive answer. I am worried about him getting enough vitamins. is there a supplement he can take that is safe? We just started trying you diet after going gluten free for a time with a little help but not enough. All his pain is in his terminal ilieum. He has lost about 15lbs and is just sick and it is much worse in the morning.
Thank you so much for all your help and I will be ordering the 12 week tough case today.

Steven Wright November 20, 2012 at 10:59 am

@Addie – I’m really sorry to hear about your son, but encouraged that your doing so many of the right things to help his health. Yes a multivitamin is a great idea for him. I would suggest you check out the GI PRO Health Kids multivitmain. And keep searching for a more functional medicine based doctor to help!

judy jorden November 19, 2012 at 5:40 pm

So, what I would get is the menus and recipes?
I’m trying to get back on meat, doing chicken each day. I’m not sure if I’m having a tough time with the chicken (I’m using the enzymes) or still having problems with the rest of the food I’m ingesting. I’m not on the intro diet yet. What a challenge this is. I am losing weight, I’m constantly hungry, and my tummy hurts. I don’t feel very hopeful….

Steven Wright November 20, 2012 at 10:57 am

@Judy – Yes you get all the meals for each day including how to prepare them. The meal plans are NOT complicated recipes they were designed for MAXIMUM healing and that’s what they do. It’s what I would use if I had to start all over and was in your shoes. I also think you should check out my low stomach acid articles.