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AmyNColorado

Member Since 22 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 31 2014 03:10 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Specific Carbohydrate Diet?

19 August 2014 - 05:28 PM

HI I followed the SCD diet years ago and it helped me so much I didn't know i was celiac back then I just knew I had bad digestion issues. I followed it about 95% adherance for 2 years as I didn't make my own condiments and ate out carefully which is not recommended, but I had great results. It is not a low card diet, you are allowed unlimited honey and things like dates and raisins, you add fruit in as you heal you can also have beans as you heal. I am gearing up to starting it again now that I found out I am celiac. There is also the GAPS diet which is SCD on steroids. I still make the SCD yogurt and every time I try adding in different probiotics I get into trouble SCD worked for me I just hate to give up my popcorn : (
Diane


If you are interested in exploring the carb issue...I would really encourage you to look into the work of Chris Kessler, Mark Sisson and other advocates of the Paleo diet and lifestyle. I went paleo to manage my Celiacs and IBS. I've looked into doing SCD and GAPS and now FODMAPS...might want to look into that instead...my may not need to go full SCD as it could be a FODMAP issue. I geek out on nutrition stuff. Dave Osprey has the bulletproof executive podcast that interviews all the latest researchers on nutrition and fitness. Hope you find some useful information. I can provide you with plenty of books and websites to learn more about SCD and/or FODMAP. good luck.

In Topic: Colorado

08 August 2014 - 02:11 PM

There are some really great gluten free and paleo restaurants that have popped up here in the last few years. PALEOOMG.com lives in the Denver area and she constantly posts/reviews great new restaurants along with awesome recipes. If the spot is paleo, it is definitely gluten free. Sprouts and Alfalfa have good selections of products along with whole foods of course. I'm surprised to see that King Soopers is getting better.

 

Where have you guys found?

 

Any support groups in the Denver metro area that you know of?

Thanks!


In Topic: Any Celiacs Near Denver, Colorado?

08 August 2014 - 02:06 PM

Hey Tonalynn, I live in Golden, CO and I was just looking today for local celiacs support groups. Did you ever find anything here in town?


In Topic: Curious About Bulk Items

14 November 2013 - 12:09 PM

What about the items that are already in separate containers? Like the veggie chips etc that they will package and sell right next to the bulk area?


In Topic: Nuts Dot Com Is My New Favorite Website

14 November 2013 - 11:16 AM

Does anyone have trouble with peanuts and not other nuts?