Thanks for your thoughts, ravenwoodglass. I understand that neuro recovery is non-linear and may take several months I just couldn't understand why I had such palpable improvement early on that was so short-lived. As I said before there were other changes that could have accounted for this positive shift and that's what got me wondering if celiac is really an issue. I believe that I was reasonably strict with the diet. It was very restricted and I used my own pans, etc... The D is puzzling though I have to admit. What is CC?
I would double check all of your foods. I thought I was gluten-free but noticed some days I felt like crap even though I would be eating almost the exact same thing everyday. It turned out to be a cross contamination issue with Lay's potato chips. So double check your foods and make sure they are not made on the same lines as other wheat/gluten containing products. Good luck
Can you tell me about the cross contamination issue? I've had a terrible setback for several weeks and have been eating a lot of lays low salt chips.
Thanks everyone for your thoughtful replies. The only thing new I've added to my diet recently has been homemade lentil soup. Seems pretty safe to me but I'll be calling the company to see what they have to say...
I have an email in to my doctor about the genetic testing for celiac and doing more general tests to look for other causes of my confusion.
I have to say it again. My sinuses are phenomenal. It's hard to believe. I've had allergies my whole life and I don't know that my nose has ever been this clear.
Thanks again for your insight form the trenches...