Good afternoon! Mom Rachel had a question for mothers about getting off of steriods/medications while on the SCD Diet. Her 10 year old daughter has been on the SCD Diet for 2 1/2 months now and is feeling good. This week she has started a flare and having diarrhea 10-12 times a day. She quit taking steriods recently that she has been taking for a couple of months. I know alot of you have had your children on steriods and other medications and taken them off. Did you child have a flare up or how did they react? I was wondering if her daughter was going through the “dying off” stage. She hasn’t noticed her doing that yet. But I’m sure it has something to do with the steriod. What do you do for your child on the SCD Diet when they get diarrhea? She was wondering should she take her off of the yogurt or fruit or??? Any tips, moms?
If you haven’t emailed me responding to the last post below about your child and their SCD experience, please read it today and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to have all of the responses by Monday! AND if you are a patient at GI Care For Kids here in Atlanta, please be sure and let me know! Thanks!
Do you take your child to see a GI Doctor in Atlanta, GA, at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – GI Care For Kids??? EVEN IF YOUR CHILD DOES NOT GO TO THIS DOCTOR PLEASE TAKE TIME TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 4-9. I WILL PUT THE INFORMATION TOGETHER AND POST A SUMMARY. I THINK THIS WOULD BE A GREAT ENCOURAGEMENT FOR OTHER MOMS!!! THANKS!
Dr. Cohen, is my son’s GI Doctor at GI Care For Kids in Atlanta, GA. He started the SCD Diet test study Justin started 3 years ago when he was diagnosed with Crohn’s. His research nurse, Angela, called me yesterday and said he is asking for us to put together a list of children that attend their practice and are on the diet. I added the other questions just to summarize some results for other moms as encouragement.
PLEASE respond by emailing me at email@example.com with the answers to the following IF your child sees a doctor at GI Care For Kids AND is/or was on the SCD Diet. I think email would be better for privacy reasons instead of commenting here. All emails need to be to me by Monday, September 8. Thank you!
1. Child First & Last Name
2. Parents Name
3. GI Doctor Name
4. Child’s Age
5. Estimated time on SCD Diet (example – 3 years, February, 2011 – present)
6. Does your child follow the diet strictly or do they cheat or is it off and on? (example – follows diet most of the time, cheats socially)
7. How is your child doing on the diet? (example – Justin is medication free and symptom free on the diet)
8. Where did you hear about the SCD Diet? (example – My son’s doctor was doing a test study when he was diagnosed and we were offered medication or trying the study.)
9. Anything else you would like to share. (example – The diet is challenging and hard to get my son to stick to it strictly. AND/OR The diet has been a blessing and great alternative to medication. I am thankful our doctor gave it to us as an option!)
Thank you for responding! This should be interesting! If anyone is interested in reading the test study results from our doctor in Atlanta on the SCD Diet, email me and let me know and I will forward it to you.
Originally posted on Sac SCD Club:
Hi SCDers! Thanks to all who joined for the meeting yesterday. Included are some notes for those that couldn’t make it. I’ve also listed some links for inspiration on what to do for school lunches! Not all ideas are 100% SCD safe but are more for inspiration/alteration. Some ideas include dairy products, so as always double check ingredients!
Recommended products include….
A dehydrator! Less expensive ones work great too! With this you could make a chip out of any fruit or vegetable, beef jerkey, and a newly discovered purpose is to dehydrate cookies and baked goods! It’s common for baked good recipes to come out a bit too moist but throwing them in the dehydrator makes them nice and crispy! This would be nice for lunches and snacks to go. Waiting to see results of doing that to bread slices!
Another way around soggy sandwiches at lunch is to grill…
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Originally posted on Nourishing Happiness:
1 cup cold fruit juice
3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin (Great Lakes Gelatin)
2 cups filtered water
1/2 cup raw honey (optional, for tarter juices)
1/2 cup fruit juice with raw honey or 1 cup fruit juice without raw honey
Sprinkle gelatin on top of 1 cup cold fruit juice and let stand for 5 minutes. Bring water, raw honey (optional), and fruit juice to a boil. Combine with gelatin. Pour into a 9 x 13 inch pan. Refrigerate for several hours. Enjoy!
-Jigglers in photo made with cherry juice and honey.
Back to school is a busy, busy, busy time of year! It doesn’t get any easier with breakfasts and school lunches. Sometimes I get burned out! Getting up and fixing four different lunches AND different breakfasts every morning has me worn out before I hardly get started! Lol! How do you cope!?! PLEASE do share!!!! It’s the start of week 4 of school for us here in Atlanta and I’m already planning a “play sick” day! ;) Lol! Not really! But it’s nice to think about it! With my luck as soon as I “play sick” I will be sick! No Lol!!!
This morning I fixed Justin some bacon. And I sent him out the door with some oj. I’m eating my “faux oatmeal” this morning. Have you tried it? I added some of Wellbee’s (Digestive Wellness) SCD Granola on top. Yumm!!! Some fruit would be good, too!
Want to remind you of our SCD cereal. Be sure to search for recipes or look under breakfasts. And when all else fails I keep frozen SCD waffles in the freezer! And a smoothie is always a quick go to! The options for smoothies are endless! My favorite with smoothies is adding some avocado to add some calories. I bought a big bag from Sam’s and cut them up and froze them to throw in a smoothie!
Your homework this week moms – Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or comment with your school lunch AND breakfast ideas! Pretty please!!!