This week I just can't wait any longer to roll out our spotlight... Christina from Organically Autoimmune. Christina is doing something I wish I would have done and documenting her SCD healing journey every step of the way, and it is incredible! If you haven't checked out her site you it is a must read for anyone on the diet or even if you are still considering it. She has committed to 365 days on the SCD Diet (awesome by the way) and she is sharing every detail along the way.
This week we are really excited to spotlight Naomi who runs a blog called Milk for the Morning Cake. This is a really cool honor for us because we have both spent hours on her site during our journey healing on the SCD Diet. Naomi is an incredible person; she is a Homeopath and Nutritionist who gets it, from her own experience with Celiac Disease and not getting any better on a gluten free diet… not to mention she is an unreal SCD cook.
Carol Frilegh, an SCD veteran, had the honor of becoming friends with Elaine. She's a featured writer on Celiac.com spreading the word about SCD.
We have been trying to help people get started on the diet for a while now. We are so passionate about it because we know it works... it's worked for us and worked for quite a few people that email us every day.The question is, will it work for you? We strongly believe the answer is yes...But the real question is: are you going to try starting the SCD Diet?
This week we are pleased to spotlight Tracee (Mrs. Ed) who runs a blog called Mrs Ed’s Research and Recipes. Her blog details her amazing journey in motherhood which she sums up saying, “We are a household dealing with autism, food allergies, Celiacs disease, Crohn's disease, chronic constipation, severely picky eating and snoring...” Her story inspires me anytime I feel like giving up…
On the healing crow's archived site, there is a really valueable section titled "SCD Wisdom" where there are many incredible insights from Elaine on various topics about the SCD Diet. I wanted to share one particular one that helped me in the beginning while I was trying to figure out how to start the SCD Diet.
This week we are pleased to spotlight Matt Robinson who runs a blog called Digestive Healing. His blog details his incredible journey taking control of his UC without medication, starting with the SCD Diet. Matt is really interesting because he was an incredible endurance athlete before his UC diagnosis and continues to compete while following the SCD Diet, which inspires me when I get tired from chasing my 2 year old son around the house...
This week we are pleased to spotlight Arden D. who runs a blog called Ardeneats. Her blog is an amazing resource for How-to cooking videos and offers many life lessons that are hard earned on SCD. I’ve watched and used many of her videos and I think you should check them out too. I want to highlight two of my favorite posts that I think are of extremely high value for all SCD’ers.