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Ate Gluten By Mistake

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 03:56 PM

Funny, I get major panic attacks when I get glutened too.

I get major anxiety when I am glutened too.
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Posted 21 May 2005 - 05:25 PM

Reading this, I feel so (relatively!) lucky that I don't get sick to my stomach from gluten mistakes, although I get bloating and a stomach tightness, followed by 24-48 hours of severe brain fog and exhaustion, and I get depressed and incredibly irritable and usually an excema/acne breakout too. That all sucks of course, but I do not have to run to the bathroom and I know that if the stomach tightness kicks it's like a warning, and I have about 12 hours before the other stuff starts to happen, so I can usually plan the next day around it. :lol:
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Posted 21 May 2005 - 05:51 PM

what should you do if you just ate some by mistake?  I ate about half a bag of Doritos before I realized they changed the ingredients to add wheat flour - my stupid mistake - but now what?  I can't reach my doctors, I tried unsuccessfully to throw the food up when I first realized.  It was about an hour ago and the only symptoms I have (other than panic) is a burning feeling in my stomach.  what should i do?  are there things that can help, or make the damage less?????

[FONT=Geneva]If you have some good (plant based), broad spectrum digestive enzymes, these will help the offending food break down faster and therefore move through your system quicker. I don't think you could take too many...so take 5 or 6 for the emergency. Ongoing, they'll help you digest and assimilate all foods. Another good idea, ongoing, are probiotics. Either a broad spectrum all in one type or Acidophilus and Bifidus seperately. Both are important as they function in a synergistic way. [/FONT]

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