In Part I of this series we discussed alcohol’s effects on our digestive systems and I gave a listing of legal and Illegal alcohol types. Of the types of legal alcohols they can be broken down into wines and liquors. In this post we will learn all about wines and how someone on the SCD diet can identify which wines to drink to minimize damage to the digestive system.
Week 3 Summary: Following up from last week I successfully traveled home for the weekend (a 5 hour road trip). During the week I made extra large batches of meat, veggies and fruit. I put enough for four meals in some Tupper ware and packed them in a cooler using some ice packs. I was then able to eat eggs in the morning and have a standard lunch and dinner for both Saturday and Sunday.
Co-Founder of SCD Lifestyle Steve Wright has finally broken down and started his path to intestinal healing. These series of weekly posts will take you through his experiences, thoughts, and struggles on the SCD diet. This is his week 2 summary as he transitions into Phase 1 and out of the Intro Diet.
Alcohol is a very controversial subject that has plenty of scientific studies that could be used to argue both sides until your blue in the face. I’m going to try and present as much of an unbiased look into the effects of alcohol on the digestive tract as possible and how that relates to the SCD Diet.
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. Today is day 6 on the SCD diet, I have successfully survived 4 days on the intro diet and I’m now transitioning into phase one of the diet. Other than making quite a mess of my kitchen everything went smoothly.
The over reliance on processed food during these weeks can create several potential problems when it comes to dealing with relatives and your SCD quest to heal your gut. Friends and family always “know” best and the first thing I always hear is why I need carbohydrates and then they proceed to need to know all about my specific experiences and the ins and outs of the diet. Lately in an effort to encourage my friends and family to rethink their relationship with grains I’ve resorted to higher level facts about processed carbs and the effects they have on the human body. This is the best article I found to date that can give a SCD’er ten quick points to talk about or even send them the link and ask them to go read the article.