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Any One Here Have Foot Pain When They Eat Gluten?

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You'll find the thread under "Other Food Intolerance and Leaky Gut Issues". It's called Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). If you read parts of it, they do recommend web sites and books. I haven't read the books yet but have looked at some of the sites. It's good. I'll defer to the SCD experts on that thread.

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You'll find the thread under "Other Food Intolerance and Leaky Gut Issues". It's called Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD). If you read parts of it, they do recommend web sites and books. I haven't read the books yet but have looked at some of the sites. It's good. I'll defer to the SCD experts on that thread.

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I have suffered from foot pain for many years and I was diagnosed with Tendonitis in both my feet. GEE tendonitis--Inflammatory condition. I do believe it's connected with all the other inflammatory issues I have. Everything I have tried so far hasn't helped, I wear rubber soled shoes, I have found earth shoes to be the best, the ones from Walmart are pretty good as well. The selection stinks though. Planet earth has some nice soft soled shoes. I am hoping this new anti-inflammatory lifestyle I am adventuring into will help. Everyone tells you to exercise--I wish I could, but no matter what I try my feet kill me, even walking is a challenge, I am glad I have a desk job. I have a wonderful husband who massages me feet everynight before I shower or bath--He's the greatest!!!! :D

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I'm still healing -- only gluten free for a few weeks now with a couple set backs.

Last week I was glutened and the neurological twinges in my feet and ankles were strong. It's weird, in addition to the tops of my feet hurting and ankles swelling, I'll get a kink that comes and goes -- when it is present, it feels as though I have a light sprain in my ankle, and it can stop me cold. Sometimes it lasts for days, other times it comes and goes over the course of hours. During my gluten challenge, it became stronger over time.

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