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How do I stop the effects of being glutened after I've already been glutened? I want to stop the fatigue, achy muscles, tiredness, foggy brain right in their tracks after I've been accidentally glutened. How do I do that? Any vitamin? Supplement? Medication? Herb? Tea? Anyone know of anything that does this? Desperate for the answer.


- Diagnosed Celiac in May 2014. Gluten-free diet immediately

- Tested VERY high for thyroid antibodies May 2014 but T4, T3 and TSH are in "normal" ranges

- Have experienced chronic fatigue and decreased cognitive and memory function for years

- Sister has been diagnosed with Celiac, autism, schizophrenia and depression

- Mom, dad and other sister are "weak positives" for Celiac
- Mom has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

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How do I stop the effects of being glutened after I've already been glutened? I want to stop the fatigue, achy muscles, tiredness, foggy brain right in their tracks after I've been accidentally glutened. How do I do that? Any vitamin? Supplement? Medication? Herb? Tea? Anyone know of anything that does this? Desperate for the answer.

I can say avoidance is the best method, eg eat at home to have better control of what is in your food. It took me awhile to do that but in my town we have a gluten free allergen free restaurant I <3. ! but after having to retool my diet getting rid of other grains I can't really go there. But as of once the problematic food item has been eaten, I go for kombucha for probiotics and avoid foods that could cross react.. I tend to eat lighter foods and grab as many zzzz's I can. plus peppermint tea helps chill me out. I wish there was a way to soften and shake it immediately, but alas nein, sadly.

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I can say avoidance is the best method, eg eat at home to have better control of what is in your food. It took me awhile to do that but in my town we have a gluten free allergen free restaurant I <3. ! but after having to retool my diet getting rid of other grains I can't really go there. But as of once the problematic food item has been eaten, I go for kombucha for probiotics and avoid foods that could cross react.. I tend to eat lighter foods and grab as many zzzz's I can. plus peppermint tea helps chill me out. I wish there was a way to soften and shake it immediately, but alas nein, sadly.

 

I am determined to find an answer. I shall keep looking. I've contacted several organizations and will be getting in touch with Dr. Alessio Fasano's office on monday to see if they know of anything. I know about his medication for blocking the effects of zonulin but I'm not about to go on medication for the rest of my life. I need something that can be taken on an as-needed basis when accidental gluten exposure occures.


- Diagnosed Celiac in May 2014. Gluten-free diet immediately

- Tested VERY high for thyroid antibodies May 2014 but T4, T3 and TSH are in "normal" ranges

- Have experienced chronic fatigue and decreased cognitive and memory function for years

- Sister has been diagnosed with Celiac, autism, schizophrenia and depression

- Mom, dad and other sister are "weak positives" for Celiac
- Mom has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

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I think you are searching for something that right now just does not exist. Time is the only thing. You can keep well hydrated, some use things like Dicyclomine ( helps with cramping), anti-nausea meds, pepto, immodium. There is no magical pill. Sorry.


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I am determined to find an answer. I shall keep looking. I've contacted several organizations and will be getting in touch with Dr. Alessio Fasano's office on monday to see if they know of anything. I know about his medication for blocking the effects of zonulin but I'm not about to go on medication for the rest of my life. I need something that can be taken on an as-needed basis when accidental gluten exposure occures.

zonulin is still in clinical trials, i think.  it's being tested as a preventative, anyway, so you would already have had to take it prior to getting glutened.


arlene

misdiagnosed for 25 years!
just as i was getting my affairs in order to die of malnutrition...
gluten free 7/2010
blood test negative
celiac confirmed by endoscopy 9/2010

 

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How do I stop the effects of being glutened after I've already been glutened? I want to stop the fatigue, achy muscles, tiredness, foggy brain right in their tracks after I've been accidentally glutened. How do I do that? Any vitamin? Supplement? Medication? Herb? Tea? Anyone know of anything that does this? Desperate for the answer.

 

Looks like you are going to need a time machine.  But in the  meantime, until you get your own personal TARDUS try:

 

Pepto Bismol

Aspirin

Lots of water

Eat plenty of easy to digest foods and take digestive enzymes.

Some people think activated charcoal helps if it is taken right after the glutening.

Try some probiotics too.

Okra and marshmallow root might help a little.

Anything that coats or soothes the gut is worth a try I guess.

I think it helps to keep eating food, rather than stop eating.

Another maybe help is L. glutamine.

The best thing tho is a really nice big box of wine...  lasts for a little while.


Proverbs 25:16 "Hast thou found honey? eat so much as is sufficient for thee, lest thou be filled therewith, and vomit it."

Job 30:27 My bowels boiled, and rested not: the days of affliction prevented me.

Thyroid cyst and nodules, Lactose / casein intolerant. Diet positive, gene test pos, symptoms confirmed by Dr-head. My current bad list is: gluten, dairy, sulfites, coffee (the devil's brew), tea, Bug's Bunnies carrots, garbanzo beans of pain, soy- no joy, terrible turnips, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, eggplant, celery, strawberries, pistachios, and hard work. Have a good day! 🙂 Paul

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Reporting back with nothing to report. So far, I have found a whole lot of nothing. This is unacceptable. I will continue looking.


- Diagnosed Celiac in May 2014. Gluten-free diet immediately

- Tested VERY high for thyroid antibodies May 2014 but T4, T3 and TSH are in "normal" ranges

- Have experienced chronic fatigue and decreased cognitive and memory function for years

- Sister has been diagnosed with Celiac, autism, schizophrenia and depression

- Mom, dad and other sister are "weak positives" for Celiac
- Mom has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

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