Hi Shana! I sure hope you find that healing a bit longer, and without challenges, will work for you! I'm sure it's so frustrating. Especially with all the cravings and aversions of pregnancy. I'm impressed with what you're doing for your baby (trying to avoid the autoimmune response). I'm doing that, too, but only having to avoid gluten and dairy. And like I said in another thread (at least I think I did) I really admire you for being able to stay on the SCD through the first trimester. I couldn't/didn't. Then again, we've been on it for ds and dh, not for me. Maybe if I were seeing a benefit like you are I'd be able to (I hope so! I'd hate to think I was that weak).
We found that with ds, until we removed all the foods he reacted to, there was little healing happening. Now that we don't try new foods, and have found all of the foods he was reacting to, things are progressing. I hope the same is true of you! Just so you don't feel alone, he can eat very few foods, too. There are two nuts he can tolerate, but we try not to over-do those (both because we don't want him to start reacting to them, and because they're both expensive -- pine nuts and brazil nuts). There are also several veggies (including the winter squashes, we recently discovered), and a few fruits that he can't eat. He eats no dairy. But I make him some coconut yogurt.
Someone mentioned cultured veggies, have you tried kefir? We have some water kefir grains, and I think that drinking the water kefir has helped ds quite a bit. Because I can only make so much kefir, he probably doesn't get as much as he should. It would be a little tricky to make it SCD legal (I use agave nectar, which isn't SCD legal but works for us, esp. with ds having diabetes). Honey will kill them or change their structure. Ask me how I know
. And using honey will make the kefir very alcoholic (at least it smells and tastes that way). But you could use juice. It would just change their color. They like juice, though. Anyway, it's a thought.
Also, something that has really helped ds (more than anything other than going gluten-free and dairy-free) is taking high quality enzymes. Right after going gf and df, we started noticing other foods falling off the "OK" list. He was losing a lot foods in just a short time. We started him on enzymes, and he's hardly lost any foods since. He's also needing less insulin. And his behavior has changed much for the better. Again, just another thought.