I was really shy when I first started the diet and hid the fact that I was eating the SCD diet... but over time I learned a few things that made it easier to get by and now I have no trouble sticking to the diet and following a normal work life. In fact, sometimes people at work even pull me aside because they want to learn more about how I got to be so healthy. Here are the top three ways to manage the SCD diet at work.
SCD Diet Tips
During the first six months on the diet I was so afraid of going backwards that I very rarely took the initiative to try something new. I just kept eating the same boring meals over and over again and relished my new found health... turns out that gets old after a while. Since then I have experimented with adding new foods more often, like pieces of a puzzle, in order to make some really incredible SCD legal meals. But in the beginning, it was a very rocky road that took me off course in a matter of a few hours. I wanted to share my SCD secret to success and show you what I found was the best way to properly introduce new foods to make sure I know how my body feels about it.
It's not cheap to be healthy and it's a scary feeling to have to choose. Here's a summary of the top three ways to save money on the SCD Diet.
In order to ease your dining experience, I wanted to put together some useful ideas that have helped me eat at restaurants while on SCD.
When I first read about SCD legal yogurt, I was immediately put off. But it is the difference maker. If you tolerate dairy, eating it is a must.
A common fear of many people who follow the Specific Carbohydrate Diet is that they won’t be able to get enough calories to gain/maintain weight on the diet. I never thought it would be a problem for me however I was surprised after starting the diet to learn how much I needed to eat.
Switching from a SAD to SCD diet causes many challenges, good and bad, and one of the major ones I faced was the difference in calories and satiety.
Recently we were talking about the Bristol Stool Chart and we were discussing our recent poops (everyone’s favorite topic). The topic came up that, with the Bristol Stool chart, there really isn’t one defined end point. Depending on which expert or doctor you talk with you get a range or different answers about what the “perfect poop” is.
Since leaving the Standard American Diet (SAD) my health has improved in just about every area possible. But when I first started the SCD diet I brought quite a few bad habits that the SAD taught me that limited my healing. Here are 3 simple things I learned that improved my digestion as soon as I implemented them. If you implement these three positive habits you can improve your digestion right now.