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#843832 Gluten Was Causing Schizo Problems

Posted by on 18 December 2012 - 12:39 PM

Well after reading glutenology site I cut all grains. I also went zero Carb in the beginning and like magical every single one of the symptoms that were bothering me went away. By day 4 or 5 it was all gone but mainly most left after 24 hours but I tend to intermittent fast. I think its more candida than gluten, but I'm not sure I was completely good for over 2 months just avoiding all grains. So I don't know but I hope its just corn, or of course wheat. But according to that site corn, oats, even rice have gluten prolamines in it.

Anyways so I'm starting to feel better now since I've restricted all grains and carbs.

The real kicker was I actually started watching movies. I haven't been able to watch a movie in 10 years. So I went on a long movie spree. My life came together.

I'm thinking now that a lot of mental illness -is- related to the gut. Like how studies show prozac has antifungal properties. And the original antipyschotics I believe were derived from insecticides or herbacides did find some information on that.

Probably why I have done the warrior diet for the past many years because I always felt better because I wasn't feeding the bad bacteria. Well it just helps me function.

Thanks for the post I at least can feel good about what to do when things go bad. It's just sometimes its so hard not eating gluten or this or that.. I just can't afford not to eat very low Carb at least for now.

Maybe ill update my thread here when I can come to better understanding because idk, there is probably so much unneeded suffering out there.

Strange though when I take a benzo it almost stops it all. At one point I also thought it was caffeine toxicity. But that experiment didn't prove itself.

Wish everyone luck with their gluten issues!
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#835577 Gluten Was Causing Schizo Problems

Posted by on 10 November 2012 - 01:11 AM


I made some posts awhile back, which somehow turned into a debate on intermittent fasting and me trying to convert people to IF, which I never was trying to do.

Point being, around 3 months ago I found the glutenology site, and decided to go grain free. No grains, no corn syrup, no modified starches, etc.

I've never been a schizophrenic, but after using weed a few times it kinda seemed to trigger something in me. Voices of sorts, more like amplified thoughts, some other stuff.

I'm writing this post to help people.

What happened was, within 24 hours of grain free alot of my symptoms vanished. After 3 or 4 days a big schizo-ish thing completely evaporated.

I need to say that I started my grain free diet by also being very low carb. So it could have something to do with that..

But I kept this no grain thing up for over 2 months.

One interesting thing was after a few weeks or after ten days (I forgot)...could have been longer maybe... I actually found I could watch a movie. Which is just a normal thing.. but I haven't been able to really watch a movie for 15 years.

I have been slipping for kinda awhile now. I think I started getting cross contaminated, which is so easy, and I just lost some control and confidence in this way...

So I'm going back. Since symtpoms are back... going to mainly eat whole foods.. for instance a few days ago was going to eat whole foods and turns out another the almonds etc were on shared facilities of wheat. So the symptoms come back, or come back stronger, or just stay around.. when hear I am trying to fix all of it.

So.. back to whole foods. I hope I can eat grains by the glutenology site says rice and corn etc have similar proteins of wheat, and truthfully elimination of grains is what cured me, so to speak.

I might update later.
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#804226 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 17 June 2012 - 07:34 PM

Whatever. Go ahead and think to yourself fasting is not healthy.
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#802072 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 09 June 2012 - 01:27 PM

back up

i dont know if i am "celiac"

just want to shoot the shit

and IFing is amazing. not here to sell it.. but seriosuly it would help so many people.

why the "f" would you want to eat if your digestive system is screwed up
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#800953 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 05 June 2012 - 02:36 PM

Im here because Im here.

I have no problems except when someone steps up to say IFing is wrong.

Scuse me? lol..
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#800517 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 04 June 2012 - 05:58 AM

ive been IFing. for very long time.

even muhammad says to eat one meal every other day.

you guys really are stepping outta your territory to come over and say all this stuff how its dumb and yadd yadda. when youve never heard it, researched it, etc etc.

you eat your 5 meals a day. eating is just self medication. a ritualized drug. gluten free or not.
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#800099 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 02 June 2012 - 08:29 AM

Im not sure Im celiac. All I know is I woke up this morning and feel like my gluten-free self again. How crazy. It took 2 days to burn through that. Since about 2 days ago I gorged on donuts, crackers, etc.

Gluten makes me anti social
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#800041 Tiredness

Posted by on 01 June 2012 - 07:43 PM

Yes why not just reducing eliminating grains even for a period of time.

Irish Heart, IF is the only thing that has allowed me to be decently healthy for 4 years even though I was still eating whatever I wanted. Because when I personally fasted during the day, my body would speed cleaning.. seriously eating all the time is basically food addiction, and eating to subdue energy.

Have you ever been a raw foodist? I have.. once you so that you know that cooked foods slow you way down.

That is why the warrior diet recommends undereating basically all day on cleanaing fruits/veggies... with a feeding window..

point being he needs energy. he needs cleansing. and i bet he could speed up his recovery also.
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#799564 Finally Feeling Like A Break Thru...

Posted by on 30 May 2012 - 09:50 PM

Try IF. Intermittent fasting. It seriosuly speeds healing.. and allows for more "error" .its good
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#799563 gluten-free After This Friday

Posted by on 30 May 2012 - 09:44 PM

Yes, you -can- have it. Just remember that.
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#799561 Tiredness

Posted by on 30 May 2012 - 09:42 PM

Your tired? lol yoi need tp do intermittent fasting. Or simply try this. Dont eat for the first 3-5 hours after waking. Just drink tea/coffee whatever. Trust me you will have so much energy it becomes the opposite problem.

It might take a couple days, but basically your body will come to like and expect.. and you wont even be hungry. And this is a weak version of IF. (intermittent fasting).

Also get rid of dairy and grains for a few days to kick start it.
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#799218 How Did I Get Glutened!?!

Posted by on 29 May 2012 - 04:51 PM

Today I had coffee, yerba mate, and water.. up till 11 AM.

I was feeling fine. My face wasnt puffy under my eyes like when I get glutened.

So even though I kinda wanted to keep fasting, since I had breaded fish last night.. and wanted to clean out..

I decided to "eat", and made a salad. Gluten free marinara, I cooked some ground beef in a cast iron pan I found which Im sure hasnt been used in ages, olive oil, tomatoes, avocado from an actual avocado, and thats it.

I feel "leaky"in the rectal area, some gas, and some puffiness. I mainly have brain ataxia.. at least its the only "problem" I have that bothers me. It makes me really pissed off.

So Im pretty sure I got glutened. And it annoys the he double hockey stick outta me because, Im trying so dang hard!

For many years now I have simply fasted all day long and did an IF diet.. where I just feasted at night generally..

At least I never was glutened...

So Im thinking I literally should just eat raw fruits and veggies during the day.. so I dont have to worry about it.

Who needs this constant worry.

I feel incredibly better though, not eating gluten and dairy... incredibly more stable.. but Im getting to the point.. maybe not quiete yet, but thinking.. it would just be easier to just have a feeding window at night, and just eat whatever but maybe minimize the bad stuff... since it seems I get glutened anyways..

Sigh. Grr. Etc

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