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Eating after being glutened- anyone else have this issue?

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Just wondering if anyone has this problem after getting glutened. When I've gotten glutened a few times, it lasts about three days. I've noticed that my next meals that I have over the next few days almost make me feel like I'm being glutened all over again, with bloating and heavy rock stomach and cramps and gas, and keeping in mind the following meals are gluten free. After the gluten is out of my system, I feel better with consecutive meals. Anyone else have this problem? 

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Yeah your gut is still irritated and probably inflamed. I have to go bland and blended meals for a week or so after each time....I try to imagine my intestines are like carpet burned....how does that feel to put spices, rub rough material on it, acidic foods, alcohol. I then try to eat stuff that would sooth the irritated gut and be easy to digest. Low acid, smooth, no spices, and incorporate more herbs like slippery elm, marshmallow root, and aloe vera juice. But I also have Ulcerative Colitis and it flares after a glutening also do double whammy for me. Temporary food intolerance issues will sometimes also crop up after a glutening. Keep a food diary to find what is easy to digest. OH and they make this stuff called glidenX which if you take right after a glutening will help work damage control, not a cure but it seems to make symptoms less severe.

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Thanks so much for the response! It was a bit confusing because I was trying to be careful afterward and thought "I've ensured this is not CC, so why do I feel bad after every next meal?" I think I will check out the glidenX to sooth the after-affects.

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Hey there,

I call it "having the cereals"... when my stomach has been sick (likely from gluten issues), I can't stomach anything but dry gluten-free cereal and smoothies. Sometimes for days. It can take a long time to feel normal again!

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