Thanks, G F! I didn't read that thread because I'm not a vegetarian or vegan. But I DO still have a lot of brain fog. I'd be willing to bet I am vitamin deficient though. I can't find vitamins without SOMETHING in them that I can't have. I do know that before all the secondary intolerances hit I was taking a multi, plus lots of B12 and biotin. For a short time there I felt YOUNG!! My head was clearer than it's been since I was about 12, and I had SO much energy. I sure wish I could get back to that.
As it is, I am eating a sweet potato every day for the vitamins, some cheese (and ice cream) for calcium and a little bit of vitamin D, meat (usually chicken, but sometimes bison) for the B12, and eggs on occasion for the biotin. I know it's not enough. My head is getting foggier by the minute. A couple of weeks ago one of my "regulars" came into the shop and I mistook him for a former student whom I hadn't seen in a couple of years. I almost asked him how his wife was doing, but I couldn't remember her name. (It was a good thing!) It wasn't until the guy had been there half an hour and shared some coffee with me that I finally realized it was Cliff and not Brent. Yeah, they Do look a bit alike, but I should have known! It really scared me.
Dang, I wonder if it's too late to change thread title to "creatine for vegetarians, vegans, and Bartful"? Then maybe you'd read it eh? I am not a vegetarian myself. I was for 5 years pretty much kinda though. But no more. Anyhow, the stuff helps me feel better and more alert, so that's why I pointed you at the thread. Maybe you are feeding you brain frogs too much of something that makes them grow or hyperactive though. Any food can be a problem after all, or even vitamin pills or meds. So it is not a bad idea to try eliminating some things for a bit. Sometimes reactions on restarting a food are delayed and build up over time. So they may net be noticed right away. So it may help to kind of re-do your elimination diet just in case. Sometimes brain frogs can adapt to new foods and get hyperactive when they eat them a lot. Yep, that's the story. Got a link for it somewhere here. Just wait few centuries and I 'll find it...
Sorry for the sidetracking and sillyness in your thread. I think you have figured out that those packaged salads are kind of crap shot at times. They should be washed at home before eating I suppose.