SCD/GAPS Doesn't Have To Be Hard. Try These 10 Tips

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and its offspring, GAPS, is becoming widely recognized as the diet for children with autism and a range of other conditions. Researchers are studying the impact of SCD on children with autism, and the Seattle Children’s Hospital uses the SCD for children with GI conditions. Children are having dramatic positive responses to SCD far exceeding the benefits of GFCF. 

 SCD is becoming more mainstream, so it is easier than ever to live an SCD lifestyle. In this program, we’ll discuss tips for simplifying SCD, such as how to make meals more convenient and how to stick with SCD when eating out and traveling. This program will benefit both those new to SCD and those who are already using SCD.

Beth Secosky, MA

Beth is the author of the SCD Kickstart System and a well-respected health coach and educator specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders and related conditions. Beth has extensive training on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). 

Over six years ago, Beth’s son started recovering from autism with SCD. After seeing the dramatic impact on her son and her family's health she felt compelled to transition from her successful business coaching career to focus on helping coach families impacted by autism. With Beth’s help, many parents from around the world are making dietary changes resulting in dramatic improvements in symptoms of autism and related conditions, including reduced stimming, increased language, and enhanced social skills. 

Beth has over twenty years’ experience in coaching and professional development. She has a master’s degree from Marymount University in Arlington, VA, in human resources and a Certificate in Coaching from NC State University in Raleigh, NC.