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Can anyone tell me if these are typical withdrawl symptoms after eliminating gluten from my diet. The last gluten I had was last Saturday, I have not had any since (not that I am aware of) and I feel so ill. I have had chronic gas and bloating for a few days now that does not seem to be improving, my body aches terrible, I feel like my legs don

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When I first removed gluten from my diet I went through withdrawal too, and even though I myself had mostly dizziness and some intestinal discomfort (tummy troubles previously odd for me), it did pass. But I recall being more than a little alarmed, especially since many doctors don't believe you can have w/d symptoms from gluten. There are many many on this forum who disagree and have firsthand experience to prove it. Anyway, once it passed I felt amazing.

One bit of advice that I am thankful I took from the folks here on the forum was to also eliminate all traces of dairy and soy at first. So if you seem to continue with symptoms, you may want to consider that, since lots of people like me, who have trouble with gluten also have trouble with those two common ingredients. Many can add the dairy and/or soy back at a later time, once healing is progressed.

Hang in there. It really does get better.

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Dr Charles Parker's Celiac Notes.

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Opiate withdrawal from discontinuing gluten and casein?

Cautionary note: sounds absurd until you see it.

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You might want to warn gluten sensitive, celiac and casein sensitive patients about this

odd and painful clinical phenomenon:

Withdrawal after stopping wheat or milk products can be painful, exhausting, and depressing,

with weakness, anger, and brain fog.

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The peptides from gluten [gliadorphin] and casein [casomorphin] are important because

the react with opiate receptors in the brain, thus mimicking the effects of opiate drugs like heroin and morphine.

These compounds have been shown to react with areas of the brain such as the temporal lobes,

which are involved in speech and auditory integration.

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Read the Article:

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http://www.corepsychblog.com/2007/08/celiac-notes-opiate-withdrawal-from-gluten-and-casein/

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KILLER CRAVINGS! (All cravings not just Gluten) .

Addictive substances cause the body to become dependent on an unnatural substance for homeostatic balance.

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Removing it causes withdrawals.

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During withdrawal, the addict suffers through the painful readjustment as the body cries out for the missing substance.

In a desperate attempt to maintain homeostasis (chemical balance), the body demands the very substance that caused the imbalance.

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The body

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I was diagnosed about a month ago. For sure, I had (or am having) withdrawal. First week was bad, as were the next few but this week I think I've turned the corner. Since Wednesday, my old appetite has returned with a vengeance and I'm eating like a horse, with great digestion, and hopefully starting to gain back the 10 lbs I didn't need to lose.

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I was diagnosed about a month ago. For sure, I had (or am having) withdrawal. First week was bad, as were the next few but this week I think I've turned the corner. Since Wednesday, my old appetite has returned with a vengeance and I'm eating like a horse, with great digestion, and hopefully starting to gain back the 10 lbs I didn't need to lose.

How long can withdrawl symptoms go on for? I can

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