The Myers Way Episode 24: The Specific Carbohydrate Diet with Steve Wright

October 21st, 2013

The Myers Way Podcast

 

The Myers Way Episode 24: The Specific Carbohydrate Diet with Steve Wright

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Steve Wright is an electrical engineer turned health engineer.  Back in 2009, he was struggling with IBS symptoms, weight gain, acne, and other severe health issues.  When conventional medicine didn’t help, his friend Jordan Reasoner got him to start the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.  In just a few days his IBS symptoms were basically gone.  Since then, he’s focused on getting as healthly as possible and teaching others what he used to get to the root causes of digestive problems, hormone dysregulation, and detox issues.  He writes and works with people 1-on-1 over at scdlifestyle.com.

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The Myers Way Episode 24: The Specific Carbohydrate Diet with Steve Wright

1.  What kind of digestive problems did you have?

2.  What is the Specific Carbohydrate Diet?

3.  You mentioned “SCD is like the little brother of Paleo,” what’s the difference between SCD and Paleo?

4.  Who is SCD for?

5.  I know you guys talk a lot about Poop.  What can I learn about my health from poop?

6.  Can you share these 3 factors that make up a “perfect poop?”

7.  What are some of the common problems you’re seeing with people on SCD?

8.  You guys talk a lot about the 4 horsemen, or 4 common foods that are allowed, but still cause a lot of problems for people.  Can you tell us about those?

9  If diet doesn’t seem to be enough, what are some supplements that can help those with digestive problems?

10.  What are some of the root causes of digestive problems?

 

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