DIVThe Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) is a strict grain-free, lactose-free, and sucrose-free dietary regimen intended for those suffering from Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis (both forms of IBD), celiac disease, IBS, cystic fibrosis, and autism. For those suffering from gastrointestinal illnesses, this book offers a method for easing symptoms and pain, and ultimately regaining health. Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(TM) includes a diverse and delicious collection of 150 SCD-friendly recipes and more than 80 dairy-free recipes. The easy-to-make and culturally diverse recipes featured in the book include breakfast dishes, appetizers, main dishes, and desserts, such as Hazelnut-Vanilla Pancakes, Olive Sandwich Bread, Chicken Satay, Roasted Bass with Parsley Butter, Thin Crust Pizza, Gretel's Gingerbread Cookies, and Mango Ice Cream. Full-color photos will inspire you to get cooking again. In addition, personal anecdotes accompany each section of this book./div
Eating gluten and grain-free can be a challenge. The desserts in this cookbook are designed for special occasions or when someone just wants a quick treat. No more being left when everyone else is enjoying a little something sweet. All the recipes in this dessert cookbook are gluten-free, grain-free, and sugar-free and are also suitable for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Recipes include cakes, cookies, pies, frozen yogurt, candy, and much more.
Provides information on the relationship between food and such disorders as Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, and celiac disease, and offers a collection of recipes following the principles of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.
Beth Spencer's Turtle Soup: Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(t) from an SCD Mom, is a delicious collection of gluten-free, grain-free, low-lactose, refined-sugar-free recipes, designed especially for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(t), as described in Elaine Gottschall's book, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health through Diet. Here's what Raman Prasad, Founder and Webmaster, www.scdrecipe.com, says about Turtle Soup: Beth Spencer has created a wonderful repertoire in 'Turtle Soup.' The recipes have a homemade flavor that use ingredients with care to create a wide range of mouth-watering dishes; favorites such as Pumpkin Pie, Pizza, and Lasagna; coupled with special additions such as Taco Salad, Mini-Matzo Balls, and Kick-Me Shrimp. The inclusion of Beth's personal blog allows for a rare glimpse into an SCD cooking relationship, and the definitive positive changes in health the diet brings.
A family-friendly collection of simple paleo recipes that emphasize protein and produce, from breakfasts to entrees to treats, from the popular gluten-free blogger of Elana's Pantry. Whether you are looking to eliminate gluten, dairy, grains, or processed foods from your diet, Paleo cooking is the perfect solution for food allergy relief and better all-around health. Naturally based on the foods our Paleolithic ancestors ate for generations, the Paleo diet emphasizes meat and seafood, vegetables, fruit, and nuts. Author and beloved food blogger Elana Amsterdam has been living grain free for over ten years; in Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry, Amsterdam offers up her streamlined techniques and recipes with minimal ingredients for busy cooks on the run. She transforms simple, classic family favorites such as pancakes and ice cream with Paleo-friendly ingredients like almond flour and coconut milk. Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry includes nearly 100 recipes featuring the Paleo mainstays of lean proteins and simple vegetable dishes, plus wholesome sweet treats—all free from grains, gluten, and dairy, and made with natural sweeteners.
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back chronicles the true story of a young man's struggle through the darkness of ulcerative colitis and the trials and triumphs of managing his disease through the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). At age 23, Tucker Sweeney was living the life any young person would envy. Rock climbing, backpacking, skiing, and traveling were the only thoughts on his mind. Yet, that same year, Tucker was diagnosed with the painful disease ulcerative colitis. This book follows the ups and downs of living life with inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis, Crohns or the more common disorders of irritable bowel syndrome and celiac disease. Tucker writes a practical and personal memoir detailing the day to day functioning of life on the SCD along with helpful hints on cooking, travel, and being active in the outdoors. Co-written with his mother, her chapters give the unique perspective of a care givers viewpoint, along with insights on the emotions present when caring for a family member with a chronic illness. An inspirational story of hope for those dealing with disease and hardship. The book also includes more than 20 easy to understand SCD recipes, tips, and a section on menu planning and cooking for a week.
his book serves as a comprehensive guide for the Dairy-Free version of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(tm) (SCD-DF). The original SCD, introduced by Elaine Gottschall in Breaking the Vicious Cycle, has been further researched and developed to help people with autism and ADHD. Most children (and adults) with autism or ADHD also suffer from digestive issues ranging from constipation and reflux to diarrhea and low vitamin/mineral levels. These issues may seem minor but addressing them through the SCD-DF can play a pivotal role in improving behavior, mood, cognition, and language.This book gives readers the information they need to successfully start and stay on the SCD-DF. Drawing on over a decade of a nurse's clinical experience with the SCD-DF, the first part of the book: > Explains the scientific research that supports the SCD-DF (in a way that families understand) > Answers frequently asked questions > Describes how conditions-from anxiety and eczema to reflux and motor coordination-are also tied to autism and ADHD > Gives clear information on supplements > Guides families on how to start the SCD-DF: from building a support network and setting up the kitchen to what to expect on the first days of the diet.The second half of the book contains over 150 SCD-DF recipes, and includes a transitional shopping list, weekly meal plans, and themed menu ideas.
More than 110 delicious recipes gathered with flavor, freshness, and ease of preparation in mind, and mouthwatering photographs of every finished dish to whet your appetite and inspire you. Every recipe is compliant with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet and is grain-free, lactose-free, gluten-free and refined-sugar free - perfect for taking your life and health back. The Flavor First Cookbook recipes use readily available ingredients and simple cooking techniques to produce outstanding dishes you can serve every day. A one-week menu and shopping list with prep-day suggestions at the back of the book gives ideas for how to use the cookbook to create a flavorful and varied menu your whole family will enjoy. Some of the recipes include Cranberry Pepper Beef, Mushroom Herb Chicken, Grilled Mahi-mahi with Grapefruit and Avocado Salad, Pumpkin Pie Waffles, Mini Italian Frittatas, Avocado Huevos Rancheros, German Mocha Cake with Caramel Coconut Icing, Blueberry and Lemon Cupcakes, Double-Nut Figs, Country French Baked Beans, Brussels Sprout Hash with Shallots, Potluck Carrot Salad, Cauliflower Rice Tabbouleh with Tzatziki Sauce, Bean with Bacon Soup, Spring Green Minestrone, Milligatawny Soup and Mint Watermelon Sorbet.
DIV Coconut flour is quickly becoming one of the most popular flours on the market today. It contains no gluten and no grain, and is also low in digestive carbs, making it a favorite among paleo, primal, gluten-free, and low-glycemic dieters. In addition to what coconut flour doesn't contain, what it does contain is just as impressive. Not only is it packed with protein, but it also contains four times more fiber than oat bran; just a few tablespoons provides you with between 28% to 50% of your daily required intake! Unlike gluten-free flour mixes, coconut flour may be used on its own and contains only one, all-natural ingredient: coconut! Its pure, slightly sweet taste is subtle enough that even coconut haters won’t be able to detect it, and it lends itself perfectly to baked goods, creating results far superior to other gluten-free treats. One bite of light and moist coconut flour bread will have you addicted! With The Coconut Flour Cookbook, you’ll learn how to bake wonderful breads, muffins, cakes, and more with this amazing flour, which is now easy to find in most grocery stores and online. /div