Learn the #1 Shopping Mistake Hurting Your Stomach and Flushing Your Money Down the Toilet…

Did you know even “Healthy” and “Natural” foods can be contaminated???

I didn’t either… and I was mad as hell when I found out.

Let me show you how to avoid the simple shopping mistake most people make when they switch to eating more natural foods like meat, fruits, and vegetables… so you can get on with your life and feel amazing!

If you’re anything like me, this one shopping mistake will hold you back and leave you feeling “stuck” even though you’re doing everything else right.

We’ve been helping thousands of people navigate natural diets, including SCD, GAPS, and Paleo. Let us show you what NOT to do at the grocery store, so you can start feeling better and saving money.

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– Jordan and Steve

P.S. – Here’s some feedback we got on Facebook when we covered this topic earlier this year…

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Lily December 23, 2015 at 2:35 pm

Cloves are not on the list, are they ok?

Mariel Heiss December 28, 2015 at 5:06 pm

Hi Lily, thanks for commenting.

After the Intro phase you can try and introduce cloves and see how you react. We recommend you introduce each spice as you would a new food (one every three days) so you can be certain you aren’t having a reaction.

Hope this helps!

Keith November 29, 2014 at 4:03 pm

Great info guys!

Jon Ainsworth November 19, 2014 at 12:35 pm


I’ve recently had a major setback and I couldn’t figure out why I was getting ill again and it was because the chicken I was using was corn fed. Initially it wasn’t but I hadn’t realised that the product had changed and the company had put such a small label on the chicken that I had completely overlooked it and thought it was the normal kind. Unfortunately after a year of being on the GAPS/SCD diet I have had to start all over again and feel I’ve lost a lot of ground. Checking labels is most important.

Unfortunately some prescribed medicine I’ve been taking had maltodextrin as flavouring which is also SCD illegal and worse than lactose according to Elaine Gottschall, and I’ve only recently realised that so I’ve been very ill.

All I can say to anyone in a similar position is don’t give up although it can feel hopeless sometimes.

Gosia August 31, 2014 at 3:23 pm


I’m on your tough case meal plan at the moment, eating more less the same food for days is really boring and I’ve been wondering what are you thoughts on nutritional yeast flakes, are they SCD legal? Could I use it in my diet at this stage or is it a definite NO on SCD?

Best Wishes

Brent Kovacs September 2, 2014 at 12:55 pm

Hi Gosia,

Thanks for reaching out! We recommend avoiding these especially until much healing has occurred.

Christina June 17, 2014 at 8:11 pm

Hi Jordan,

I always wondered why I still experienced sporadic symptoms despite eating gluten free foods. It’s such a shame that this disease is downplayed so much. I have even been accused of being, “just picky”(!)
I’m passionate about health and quality of life and this type of ignorance makes me angry. Thanks for digging deeper into this issue and providing vital information for everyone afflicted with this!



isabella kommene August 2, 2012 at 8:24 pm

I have a question. I am Dutch. Now I am for 2 months on Curacao. I am trying to find lactose free butter. But the french ones I cannot find here. I found a butter from New Zealand called Anchor. Do you have any idea or this lactose free?
Now I am cooking everything with olive oil. My bread and baking etc. Do you have any suggestions?

Steven Wright August 6, 2012 at 12:41 pm

@Isabella – Use coconut oil and other animal fats like duck or lard for cooking. Most butters are okay, you can always make ghee from the butter to make it even safer.

Isabelle August 29, 2012 at 9:29 am

I buy here in canada, Becel and its végé. gluten and lactose free, try and see if you have it 🙂 good luck

Ursula February 28, 2013 at 5:18 pm

ALL margarine is bad…… I wouldn’t use Becel or any other brand, even if it LOOKS okay.

Robin November 1, 2012 at 1:38 am

http://preview.tinyurl.com/ckb9noa – This is a NZ site for Anchor products (Fonterra). Looks like it has less than 1g of lactose. NZ butter is made from grass-fed cows. Our cattle is all grazed outside in the fields. If they get sick, they do get antibiotics but then there’s a few days’ delay before they’re milked again. I’m not positive but I believe there are no hormones involved. They get grains for a short time when the grass isn’t nutritious.

Jordan Reasoner November 1, 2012 at 1:31 pm

Cool Robin, thank you for sharing the link – you rock!


dora April 21, 2012 at 9:07 am

Surprises arent always nice..

Bruce April 20, 2012 at 10:42 am

This is one reason why we try and buy as much whole, unwaxed foods as possible.
The FDA also allows small amounts of new “flavor” chemicals to be added to many processed foods without listing it on the label. Some of these impair your tongue’s ability to taste the bad stuff in the food.
But don’t worry, just because they are new, untested, unlabeled chemicals what could go wrong?

Eat With Your Eyes April 20, 2012 at 9:11 am

I started realizing this several months ago. Avoiding foods with this in it definitely helps! Thank you for bringing it to everyone’s attention!