D-lactate Acidosis, SIBO, Autism, Chronic Fatigue or…What Happens When Judy Can’t Stop Reading

Because I know how to have fun, I have spent hours and hours over the last 2 days reading about d- lactate acidosis.  I’m not even sure why. It was one of those things, I guess, that suddenly struck me as interesting – and I felt I needed to understand it better. It turns out … More D-lactate Acidosis, SIBO, Autism, Chronic Fatigue or…What Happens When Judy Can’t Stop Reading

Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Diet – Irrevocably Linked

This morning, I got all excited when I spotted the headline in IBD News Today, “Natural Diet is Key to Preventing, Reversing Crohn’s in Children, Israeli Expert Says.”[i]  Wow! I hoped that this article would be about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, or at least something close to it (bearing in mind the recent work by … More Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Diet – Irrevocably Linked

Dietary Carbohydrates, Bowel Disease and the Bacterial Microbiome

Feeling nostalgic after last week’s post on autism and carbohydrate malabsorption, I spent some time today flipping through one of my massive binders of research that I’ve been collecting for the last 20 years.  After Alex’s amazing response to the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, I began to look carefully at research supporting its use and it … More Dietary Carbohydrates, Bowel Disease and the Bacterial Microbiome

Impaired Carbohydrate Digestion, Bacterial Dysbiosis and Autism…the Unfinished Story

I have to say,  I really hate it when a really exciting bit of research is just dropped.  It’s like having a TV show you like cancelled mid-season…and you’re just kind of left hanging…forever…. As it’s Thursday, I thought I’d to a TBT, and tell you about a paper that I have been brooding about … More Impaired Carbohydrate Digestion, Bacterial Dysbiosis and Autism…the Unfinished Story

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet: A First-Line Treatment (Finally)

In January of this year, I wrote about a small study on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet out of Seattle Children’s Hospital.  8 out of 10 children went into remission after only 12 weeks on SCD, which is actually a very short time.  I just spotted an interview with Dr. Suskind, the lead researcher, on Helio … More The Specific Carbohydrate Diet: A First-Line Treatment (Finally)