Welcome to the SCD Specific Carbohydrate Diet Podcast!
Jennifer Brown: A Life of Happenstance - Ulcerative Colitis - Living an SCD Lifestyle - Shopping & Cooking Tips
Jennifer Brown is the creator of the popular SCD food blog, A Life of Happenstance. She was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2009 after having suffered from symptoms of her disease for many years before finding the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(TM) and completely changing her lifestyle. A combination of diet and medication helps to keep this mother of two young children in clinical remission. Her blog has over 100 SCD legal recipes, and it was cited as a recommended recipe site in the newest edition of Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet, by Elaine Gottschall.
May you enjoy this interview as Jennifer shares her history, many tips on food, and how to follow The Specific Carbohydrate Diet.
Dr. David Suskind #2 Interview, Director of Clinical Gastroenterology and Professor of Pediatrics at Seattle Children's Hospital
Dr. David Suskind, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Physician Lead of ImproveCareNow, returns to discuss the latest diet research in The Produce Study and Dine CD, including a comparison to The Specific Carbohydrate Diet.
Episode 9, All About Honey! Blake Shook, Owner / Beekeeper DesertCreekHoney.com
Honey expert Blake Shook talks about all-things-honey. If you love honey, you'll love this interview.
Blake is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Desert Creek Honey in McKinney, Texas (DesertCreekHoney.com). He oversees his commercial beekeeping company, packing company, and retail supplies company, and he has spent his life becoming an expert in beekeeping and honey.
Blake serves on the Executive Board of the American Beekeeping Federation (ABF), the National Honey Board. He is Chair for membership and marketing for the ABF, the President of the Texas Beekeepers Association. He is known for his presentations at conferences on local, state, national, and international levels.
For show notes, visit SCDforMe.com.
Matt Herod, Grandson of BREAKING THE VICIOUS CYCLE Author, Elaine Gottschall, Ulcerative Colitis Remission
Matt Herod, Grandson of BREAKING THE VICIOUS CYCLE Author, Elaine Gottschall, talks about achieving 100% ulcerative colitis remission. Matt gives insights, tips, and tricks in how he manages following The SCD, including references, recipes, and more. For show notes, visit SCDforMe.com.
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Cathy Malone of RestoretoFlourish.com
Cathy Malone, MS, RDN, has 33 years of clinical experience working with children and adults with gastrointestinal disorders. For links and show notes, visit SCDforMe.com. Find Cathy Malone at RestoretoFlourish.com. Visit SCDforMe.com for show notes.
Dr. David Suskind, Director of Clinical Gastroenterology and Professor of Pediatrics at Seattle Children's Hospital
David Suskind, MD, is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Physician Lead of ImproveCareNow, a collaborative of over 100 Pediatric IBD centers worldwide, at Seattle Children's Hospital.
An expert in intestinal diseases, Dr. Suskind has focused much of his energy on clinical care and inflammatory bowel disease research. He is studying the fecal microbiome's effect in IBD, focusing on dietary therapy in inflammatory bowel disease.
The IBD Center at Seattle Children's Hospital is one of the first academic centers to fully incorporate IBD dietary treatment. In addition to Dr. Suskind's research in dietary treatments for IBD, he has chaired the Nutrition Committee.
He has been a member of the Medical Executive Committee at Seattle Children's Hospital. He believes in patient and family empowerment through medical education.
In 2019, Dr. Suskind received the Catalyst for IBD research award from the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation for his work researching the effect of diet in IBD.
For episode links and more, visit SCDforMe.com.
Helps Me Understand My Wife
My wife follows the specific carbohydrate diet. It has helped her considerably. Listening to this podcast helps me understand how the program works, and it helps me learn more about what she goes through and what other people go through when they have problems with their gut. I really enjoyed the first show and I am looking forward to more.