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Joni63

I Can't Believe This!

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Hey everyone,

I am so thrilled at how I've felt today. My head felt clear and I've had energy all day. Only felt a little funny after eating a mini Almond Joy. I am so hoping that this will last. Only been gluten free since Wednesday, but did so right after my colonoscopy/endoscopy. Also started taking a multivitamin and calcium/magnesium supplement and juicing with fresh veggies and fruit every day.

Is this normal? Anyone else have this reaction after going gluten-free?

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Good For you!!!!! It's great to feel good!

I was similar when I went gluten-free(May). The only times I feel yucky are when I get CC'd. But for teh most part feel TONS better than before!

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Hey everyone,

I am so thrilled at how I've felt today. My head felt clear and I've had energy all day. Only felt a little funny after eating a mini Almond Joy. I am so hoping that this will last. Only been gluten free since Wednesday, but did so right after my colonoscopy/endoscopy. Also started taking a multivitamin and calcium/magnesium supplement and juicing with fresh veggies and fruit every day.

Is this normal? Anyone else have this reaction after going gluten-free?

Yes, I have also eliminated casein (dairy) and, oh yeah, alcohol. I notice that it takes a couple of days to get the casein and gluten out of my system, alcohol takes a week and a half. I have been juicing to: 1/2 a dozen ice cubes, banana, assorted fruits and whammo ready to go!

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Hey everyone,

I am so thrilled at how I've felt today. My head felt clear and I've had energy all day. Only felt a little funny after eating a mini Almond Joy. I am so hoping that this will last. Only been gluten free since Wednesday, but did so right after my colonoscopy/endoscopy. Also started taking a multivitamin and calcium/magnesium supplement and juicing with fresh veggies and fruit every day.

Is this normal? Anyone else have this reaction after going gluten-free?

I had a similar experience with feeling much better after going gluten-free. I have been so for about 3 weeks and have some continuing symptoms of bloating/indigestion/reaction to fats - something that makes the gut feel very full and painful. Big appetite and pleasuer from eating again vs. always feling bad about eating...I am waiting for my blood tests to see about anti-body confirmation. I understand that the degree of damage to the gut can affect the recovery rate and that some people experience continuing symptoms....? I have insomnia issues and do not feel 100%, although the difference in how I feel is very rncouraging. How does one find out what one needs in terms of diet practices, vitamins, etc. that may aid the recovery? I have fatty liver and need to lose weight. The improvement in mood, irritability, and inflammatory symptoms in joints is very encouraging. I hope that it is not just a "placebo effect" and that it is all in my mind.

Polomarco

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