I finally got my computer back from the repair shop. My iMac computer was part of a generation that was known to have problems with its power supply. With my luck, I ended up with one of the buggy machines. Hello its tea time!
Just back from skiing and will post on that later but in the meantime I thought I would include a short blurb on green tea so here it goes.... I love green tea. In my past life I drank coffee and black tea. Green Tea, SCD, & Me
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Oxalate Calcium oxalate crystals are formed in urine. The relative solubility increases much more with an increase in the oxalate concentration than with an increase in the calcium concentration. Thus, increased oxalate is likely to cause crystal formation in the urine, and eventually kidney stones. Not all studies of patients with kidney stones have been able to find an increase in urine oxalate or oxalate intake, but the urine oxalate will fluxuate from day to day, and some studies were not done at the time the stone developed.
Recipes/Food Lists-Low Oxalate Diet Food Lists Guide The tabs in this panel contain food charts that show the oxalate content, the GFCF status, SCD status and salicylate content of many foods. Each individual chart lists the items alphabetically.
In general, I’m not a big fan of the “D” word—diet that is. I believe you need to find what works best for you, and treat your body as an individual unit. For example, I know I do best with little to no fish and meat, some nuts, yogurt, lots of veggies and fruits, little to no grains, and I must keep the sweets to a minimum. What is SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet)? | Comfy Belly
Hi there and welcome to TwoStepsSCD! Summer has been very busy for me and the writing bug has just not been around. Sorry ): TwoStepsSCD
Straight Into Bed Cakefree and Dried I'm always looking for great suppliers to recommend, so when I came across Green Pasture Farms, I was excited to try their free range (grass fed) meat. Buying a regular meat box allows you to plan ahead, avoid queues, support a sustainable business and buy quality you will struggle to find on the high street. All the animals are pastured, ensuring that your meat is not flabby with barn induced fat. It will also contain more omega 3 than un-pastured meat, simply from grazing on grass and pecking in the dirt.
I’ve gotten that question enough times that I thought I’d save some typing and put it in a post. So here it is, my suggestion list for new SCDers: - Read Breaking the Vicious Cycle cover to cover. Then read it again. For New SCDers « Eating SCD
Almond flour is a staple of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. I have been using it for ten years, basically since I started the diet. It takes some getting used to. The baked goods do not have the same texture or taste as their flour counterparts, but they can be a good substitute. Now that the SCD has gained popularity there are several cookbooks, websites, and blogs that have almond flour recipes. I will be posting some of my own soon! Almond Flour
Beef Stock Recipe, How to Make Beef Stock 1 Preheat oven to 400°F. Rub a little olive oil over the stew meat pieces, carrots, and onions. Place stock bones, stew meat or beef scraps, carrots and onions in a large, shallow roasting pan. Roast in oven for about 45 minutes, turning the bones and meat pieces half-way through the cooking, until nicely browned. If bones begin to char at all during this cooking process, lower the heat.
Introduction Broth, made from the bones of animals, has been consumed as a source of nourishment for humankind throughout the ages. It is a traditional remedy across cultures for the sick and weak. A classic folk treatment for colds and flu, it has also been used historically for ailments that affect connective tissues such as the gastrointestinal tract, the joints, the skin, the lungs, the muscles and the blood. Broth has fallen out of favor in most households today, probably due to the increased pace of life that has reduced home cooking in general. Far from being old-fashioned, broth (or stock) continues to be a staple in professional and gourmet cuisine, due to its unsurpassed flavor and body. It serves as the base for many recipes including soup, sauces and gravy. Naturopathic Physician on Her Career Choice (Feb/Mar 2005)
And don’t worry if you’re just getting started — I’ll be doing random double- and triple-points days throughout the month so you can catch up. Bonito broth, or dashi, is a Japanese stock. It is the fastest bone broth you can make. If you’re in a hurry to get dinner on and you’ve run out of homemade stock, throw on a pot of bonito broth and you’ll have it ready within 2-4 hours. The length of time that you need to simmer bone broth depends on the size of the bones. Fast Fish Stock: Bonito Broth
Health Promoting Bone Broth (For soups or drinking) « Balance Your Apple The idea with bone broth is to extract minerals from the bones while enriching the liquid with minerals and vitamins from vegetables. Choose bones that are from organic or 100% grass raised animals and ask your butcher to cut the bones up for you so that you can see the marrow. Some meat on the bones is a good thing as well. Ask for knuckle bones as well as long bones cut up. The marrow from the bones, the collagen from the joints and the gelatin that forms should all be left in the broth for consumption. For an excellent article on the health benefits and uses for healing go to this link http://www.townsendletter.com/FebMarch2005/broth0205.htm.
I am most grateful to Dr Henry Butt from Australia for providing essential information! The normal state of affairs The human gut is almost unique amongst mammals - the upper gut is a near-sterile, digesting carnivorous gut (like a dog's or a cat's) to deal with meat and fat, whilst the lower gut (large bowel or colon) is full of bacteria and is a fermenting, vegetarian gut (like a horse's or cow's) to digest vegetables and fibre. From an evolutionary perspective this has been a highly successful strategy - it allows Eskimos to live on fat and protein and other people to survive on pure vegan diets. Problems arose when humans learned to cook and to farm. This allowed them to access new foods namely pulses, grains and root vegetables - these need cooking to be digestible. Fermentation in the gut and CFS - DoctorMyhill
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