I recently sent this hard-hitting email to members of our digestion newsletter:
I wonder how much easier it would be to get symptom-free, if you knew exactly what to eat.
But it depends on so many things…
… like how high your inflammation is
… and how leaky your gut is
… and how out-of-balance your gut bacteria are.
We’ve been fascinated with this mystery for three years. We know that you have a custom diet that will work for you. But we wondered how it could be possible to show you yours.
200+ blog posts later.
3 book revisions later.
Thousands of willing test cases later.
We were looking at it from the wrong angle…. instead of what you SHOULD eat…
We created a way for you to figure out exactly what you SHOULDN’T eat and it takes less than 3 minutes.
There’s some debate about whether or not SCD, GAPS, or Paleo will work for everyone.
But not for us.
These diets will work, but each of us has a custom version we have to figure out first. Not only that, but our custom diet changes month-to-month from things like healing, stress, travel, etc.
Let me share the secret sauce of it all…
The way to unlock consistent healing and always be improving your health is to know what you SHOULDN’T be eating.
And for that, each of us needs to find out whether we’re a “Tough Case” or “Mild Case.”
Once you know that, we can reveal the well-worn path you need to follow to get symptom-free – the path well traveled by the thousands before you.
On This Podcast, You’ll Learn:
2:20 Will SCD, GAPS, or Paleo work for me?
4:50 How to tell if the way you’re eating is “working” for you
11:26 Why there’s so many stories claiming these diets don’t work
18:52 The common Paleo mistakes by people with digestive problems
21:50 What it means to be a “tough case” or a “mild case”
27:56 What should I do if I’m a tough case?
30:54 How to find out which case you are in 3 minutes
Here’s this quiz to help you find out if you’re a “Tough Case” or a “Mild Case”….
To check out the “Healing Curve Theory” Steve talked about in this podcast, click here to view the image: