A study at Rush University’s department of Gastroenterology to determine if the SCD changes gut flora is in need of volunteers with IBD that are not on the SCD or similar diets.
Article from ScienceLife at the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences:
Amazing bee hive system that allows you to get fresh honey just by turning a valve.
Here’s your link.
I previously have had commenting wide open. It worked fine for a long time, but now I’m getting so much spam that I’m requiring commentors to give a name and email. I don’t want your name and email, but I’m hoping that it will curb the amount of junk that fills up this blog and wastes my time.
My only other option is turning commenting off. That would be a bummer because it would eliminate the public back and forth that the silent majority can benefit from. Note that I’m still leaving my contact info in the sidebar if you want to avoid the blog commenting altogether.
Article From Scientific American:
The largest study of its kind has revealed for the first time the specific gut bacteria involved in Crohn’s disease, which afflicts an estimated 700,000 Americans with chronic, painful diarrhea and bleeding, among other unpleasant symptoms. With a better understanding of how the microbial ecosystem changes in children who suffer from the disease, researchers have gained clues that could someday lead to better diagnosis and treatment.
The free yogourmet starter has found homes. My apologies to those who missed out and also for the delay in this update. The Gmail has been marking your mail as spam and it took me a few days to realize this.
Good news SCDers, your choice in SCD bakeries is about to get bigger. Amy Ervin is almost ready to open her new venture, Nutty Bakery in New Castle, IN. She has been baking SCD for two years now and is a firm believer in BTVC so check her out. I bet she’d like to hear from you.
I received a letter from Kate the other day telling me about her new blog SCDresearch.
Her aim is to help drive interest in funding studies on the efficacy of the SCD and she using a survey to meet that goal. You don’t need to provide your name and your email address is optional.
Check out her story and see what you think.
Good luck Kate and thanks for your work.