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Today sucks. Today I don’t feel good. I have been on the SCD Diet for almost two years and I still have bad days every once in a while. I have to preface that the last few months my digestion has been flawless – nothing but better and better days. Then all of the sudden last night I started feeling bad and today I have been in and out of the bathroom at work. Today is an SCD setback for me. Tomorrow, I know I will be fine and I want to share with you why I know that and the psychology I use to beat my SCD setbacks. If you can learn what I am going to share with you and implement it on your down days, you will be able to control emotional cheating days, the voice in your head telling you it’s pointless, and the constant drive to use to Google to diagnose your latest ailment.
Okay so it has been some time since I last logged a Journal update. I originally stopped because I had reached the point that I didn’t feel like my journal entries were adding much value to the readers out there. Instead I wanted to spend my limited time developing other articles I felt might help […]
Co-Founder of SCD Lifestyle Steve Wright has finally broken down and started his path to intestinal healing. After many years of undiagnosed digestive warfare in his body, these series of weekly posts will take you through his experiences, thoughts, and struggles on the SCD diet. Check back and follow his progress: Week 26 Summary Coconut […]
This week I want to talk about SCD diet staples. Studies have shown that most people eat the same 10-15 foods in a given week. We all like to think that we eat an extremely diverse diet but it's simply untrue. As humans we are actually very predictable creatures in search of easy autonomous habits. Taking this knowledge to heart can really help simplify the SCD diet. For instance, two ways in which I embrace my need for stability and habit are having the ingredients on hand to produce my two favorite go-to SCD meals. One of them takes roughly 20 minutes to make and the other about 5 minutes.
Last week I made a heck of a run at making kale chips. I've never ate kale before and after seeing several bloggers making kale chips I had to give it a go. First up the good news is kale and I are friends, no digestion issues whatsoever. Now for the bad news, kale chips are apparently my cooking Achilles heal. The first go round ended up with most of the "chips" being half burnt or completely burnt. The next round I swore the chips were done, no browning and hard when they were pulled out of the oven. But, a couple hours later they were soggy leaves of salt!