My Interview at SCD Lifestyle

July 26, 2012 · 7 comments

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Last week I was interviewed by Steve Wright from the SCD Lifestyle blog. It was actually a podcast that you can now listen to. We spoke about lots of things — particularly issues with the food supply and some little known details about myself and my practice. Steve Wright and Jordan Reasoner write at SCD Lifestyle which is one of my favorite blogs.

SCD Lifestyle is a HUGE help to people following the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Their posts are well researched, informative and get right to the difficulties one can have following this diet. Their troubleshooting techniques are really spot on. I recommend this blog to anyone trying the SCD. In fact, I’m such a fan of this blog that I have it listed here on my SCD Page.

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet is a foundational diet that addresses digestive problems from the root cause. Some people move over to the GAPS diet, but the basis for GAPS is from SCD. Newcomers to GAPS do not know that it came from the SCD. While the basic principles of both diets are the same, some of the details differ.

Here are some of the issues we spoke about that you can listen to in the podcast:

7:15  As a practitioner, why does Jill take the extra time to blog?

12:01  Is there a diet everyone in America should eat?

16:24  How to find high quality eggs near you.

20:41  Do we need to be concerned about cholesterol?

25:15  Jill’s first action step for Crohn’s and Colitis patients.

35:11 Is Chiropractic care necessary for digestive health? How it can help…

39:43  Is food allergy testing really worth it?

It was really great speaking with Steve and I hope to do so again in the future.

Listen to the podcast here using the audio player at the bottom of the post.

 

My friends Steve and Jordan have written a terrific ebook that troubleshoots problems you can have on the SCD and helps you get over them and move forward with the diet. I highly recommend their book.

Click here to get more information or to purchase the book.

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1 Lauren @ Empowered Sustenance July 27, 2012 at 10:40 am

I listened to this the other day when it arrived in my e-mail from SCD Lifestyle. Thanks so much for taking the time to share so much valuable information with all of us! I agree that SCD Lifestyle is a really helpful blog for anyone doing SCD!

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2 Jill July 27, 2012 at 10:51 am

Hi Lauren,
Thanks for your kind words. It’s nice to get feedback!I do think SCD Lifestyle is a great blog!Steve and Jordan are terrific!

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3 Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy July 27, 2012 at 4:06 pm

congrats on the interview! how awesome!

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4 April @ The 21st Century Housewife August 6, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Congratulations! I look forward to listening to your interview!

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