Setback



Inflaming Fats: How to Avoid The Great Nut Mistake

So what I'd like to give you today is more of the actual course itself - so we've dug through the course and found a segment that we think will be very very helpful for you regardless of what point you're at on this "healing road” that we're all traveling along together. And what I think you're going to like about this video is that we pull back the curtain on the evil “inflaming fats” that can hold you back from healing your gut for good… and yes, that includes nuts and nut flours. So in this segment of The Advanced Course we’ll show you a pretty cool little method that I REALLY think will help you start healing immediately: the simple way to eat nuts and nut flours that can help you avoid triggering HIGH INFLAMMATION and the crushing setbacks that come with it. It's super easy, too... so you should be able to implement this TODAY and avoid “The Great Nut Mistake” that causes many people to crash and burn. I hope you enjoy it



How to Use Psychology to Beat Any SCD Setback

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.




Steve’s SCD Healing Journal: Week 10 – Starting a New Beginning!

Moving to a new city and into a new apartment is always a bit of an adventure. I have moved more times than anyone I know in the last 5 years and I still have not figured out a better way of doing it other than trial and error. So my last week has mostly been crazy to say the least. I had stock piled a bunch of cooked SCD legal food just in case I happened to burn down my new kitchen (every stove is different I swear). I stuck mainly to the basics, of squash, chicken and fish all week because I wanted to help reset my system after the past couple weeks of turmoil. Many people will actually return right to the intro diet if they feel that they’ve had a major stumble but I didn’t have the means at this time.