by Francene Frayer (31.10.2020)

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You can get the meat, potatoes, veggies CircO2 Review  and dessert all on one cooking surface and (here's a bonus) save on clean up time. Less dishes means more time to relax and enjoy yourself in the months and years ahead. Don't limit yourself to meat and don't limit yourself to summer. If you are a brave and hardy soul you can grill all year round. (In the winter those oven mitts can do double duty.) Life just doesn't get much better than relaxing on your deck and enjoying the smell and taste of a back yard barbecue. The Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) has helped thousands of people recover from bowel problems, including Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, and Celiac Disease. But will it cure your Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Cell science researcher, Elaine Gottschall MSc, popularized the SCD in her book, Breaking the Vicious Cycle. Gottschall learned about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet in a successful attempt to cure colitis in her 8-year-old daughter. Then she did the science to figure out why it worked. The SCD is a way of eating that is gluten-free, grain-free, sugar-free, and almost completely dairy-free-only lactose-free dairy products are allowed. It is designed to heal and prevent bowel problems when there has been damage to the intestinal wall. Does this apply to you if you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Probably not. Lots of people with IBS don't need to eat gluten-free and do well on a diet that includes white rice, oatmeal, and crackers and bread made from white flour. On the gluten-free, wheat-free Specific Carbohydrate Diet, these foods are big no-no's.


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