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Elaine Gottschall's book, Breaking The Vicious Cycle, which details the SCD, saved my life. This book is THE AUTHORITY on doing the SCD. It describes in plain terms, the science behind why and how it works. It details what to eat and what not to eat. There are even many recipes included that will help you see the many possibilities of yummy foods you can have on SCD. Many of these recipes are extremely kid friendly.
I tried many things before SCD, gluten free, casein free, various other elimination diets, rotation diets, digestive enzymes, but nothing worked to the level that SCD did.
Before trying the SCD, I had Hashimoto's Thyroiditis (autoimmune), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the early stages of both Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis, and symptoms of Bipolar disorder.... I was lost in chronic pain, brain fog, insane exhaustion-- unable to enjoy life. SCD has given back the joys in my life. I've lost 80 pounds and have stabilized at a healthy weight. I have so much more energy to live, not just physical energy, but mental energy as well. I can keep track of what chores need to be done and don't feel overwhelmed or daunted anymore, and I have the energy to actually complete them! I can discipline my children and actually be effective. I can follow conversations. I can move and walk and even dance pain free. I feel connected to the world around me instead of lost in fuzzy brain fog. I can enjoy my children, my husband, my friends, my family and my life once again.
My son has been pulled from the brink of Asperger's by this diet. His ADHD has also been fading. Emerging is this sweet, calm, focused, articulate little boy. SCD also gave him the first solid stools of his entire life. His little body is rapidly healing on this diet. I should also note that Feingold Program did not help at all and actually made his sensitivities worse, even after trying it for many months! SCD gets at the source of the salicylate problem. Removing them completely with Feingold is just a band-aid approach. Doing SCD my son's list of salicylate foods that he can tolerate is growing and growing. He can now have tomatoes, many high sal spices, small amounts of berry juices, which before SCD would have sent him pinging off the walls.
Thank you Elaine for bringing this diet out into the public's knowledge! Rest in peace knowing you made a difference in this world.
"All diseases begin in the gut" - Hypocrites (460-370 BC)
Don't even think of applying to a top college without reviewing this book first. Also consider this. It costs a fortune to go to college. It takes tremendous time and energy to visit them, and to prepare applications; you simply need all the help you can get in figuring out which ones are worth your energy. I put this book right at the top of the list along with two others out of the 30 that are available to you. The other two are: Choosing the Right College 2010-11: The Whole Truth about America's Top Schools by John Zmirak, and Students' Guide to Colleges: The Definitive Guide to America's Top 100 Schools Written by the Real Experts--the Students Who Attend Them, by Jordan Goldman and Colleen Buyers
In this guide it is the students who are talking, and they are going to give you a far more honest analysis of their four years at a school than you will ever get from the school itself. The book is simply written by students for students. Look at it this way; you visit a college for an afternoon or a day. Your child loves the food. Meanwhile, three friends who have lived at this school for four years tell you that they never enjoyed the food. Don't you think four years somewhere is going to give you a better feel for what is going on than an afternoon at the same school? That's why you need a book like this.
It will save you time, money, and aggravation, or the possibility of not making a big mistake with your child's life. This is because he or she must enjoy the four year process that your child is going to embark upon. What you also need to understand is that you as a parent can contribute a great deal to the discussion of where your child goes. This is a $250,000 discussion and parents need to be a part of it.
What I have found to be particularly concerning is the emotional life the child will live in many colleges today. Think about some of these issues because this particular college guide does a nice job of dealing with them:
* Is the school nurturing?
* Will your child get lose in this massive university setting?
* Is the school internally elitist? Are cliques the rule at this college, or is it more open and egalitarian as the founding fathers intended?
* How's the food, and what are the food options? Your child may be used to eating at home for four years, and poor food may be particularly disturbing to the child.
* Is your child a loner, and a joiner? Different schools will match up well with both types.
* Are there eating clubs, drinking clubs, final clubs, and is your child the type to join, or be accepted in such environments. If your child isn't, he or she could be absolutely miserable in junior and senior years when such institutions have control over the campus.
* What about full professors versus teaching assistants? I always say, you pay for professors, you want professors. Undergraduate schools with massive graduate schools often shun the undergraduate. All the energy, money, and resources of the school go into the graduate departments. Professors seeking help look at graduate students for it, and the undergraduates are left out. You figure it out, and you should decide which way you want to go.
You need to be careful about some of the statistics you see. Some schools have rates of acceptance as low as 6 or 7% of the applicants that apply. Remember, numbers can always be made to lie. Here's an example. Some schools have what is called EARLY DECISION. If your child applies early decision and is accepted, than your child must go to that school, and not apply to any other schools. This means if 500 students are accepted via the early decision process at that school, it counts as 500 out of 500 applying, and dramatically brings down the acceptance rate at that particular school. What this means is that everybody can play games, and you need to be clued into what games what schools are playing.
If you read the right books, and ask the right questions, you and your child are going to be okay. You simply cannot leave it to chance. This is too big a decision for that. Your child can get into a top school. You have to work at it, sometimes two or three years in advance to lay the groundwork, build the package, and put together the right activities and intellectual pursuits. This book is a vital ingredient along the path. Read it and look at the two others I recommended to you, and things should work out okay, and thank you for reading this review.
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