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Hi Everyone,

Is it true that red bull is good to drink after accidental glutenings and to help with brain fog?

Sara

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I don't know about it helping with the brain fog, but it is gluten free.


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Hi Everyone,

Is it true that red bull is good to drink after accidental glutenings and to help with brain fog?

Sara

I haven't tried it but that makes sense - when I get too much gluten in my system (I'm not diagnosed yet but am undergoing tests & my 5yo DD is Celiac) I get foggy and absolutely CRAVE coffee (and what it does for me).

I don't stock Red Bull normally but will try it next time.

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Yes, Red Bull helps, especially if it's just a mild glutening. It doesn't help with the D or any of the GI symptoms, but it helps with the brain fog and the exhaustion. When I get glutened I usually drink Gatorade and Red Bull, coffee and sodas just make the D worse (for me).


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I thought the Red Bull effect had to do with the B-vitamins -- or is there something else that helps as well?

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