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I am in entering week 3 gluten free....I have been reading peoples posts about the brain fog. I have had this for a very long time and I am now finding even though my gut is still off balance still bloating and cramping. I have started to notice I haven't had that hard to focus in on things brain fog I really felt like i had fuzzy/ hazy vision and found it hard to focus mentally.

I am glad to say that has turned around for me

I am looking for some nacho cheese dorito's knock offs that are gluten free I tried the baked nacho cheese dorito's " YUCK"

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I am in entering week 3 gluten free....I have been reading peoples posts about the brain fog. I have had this for a very long time and I am now finding even though my gut is still off balance still bloating and cramping. I have started to notice I haven't had that hard to focus in on things brain fog I really felt like i had fuzzy/ hazy vision and found it hard to focus mentally.

I am glad to say that has turned around for me

I am looking for some nacho cheese dorito's knock offs that are gluten free I tried the baked nacho cheese dorito's " YUCK"

Try taking some B-12 supplements. It will help with the brain fog.

Doritos has several flavors that are gluten free, but I can't remember the ones that are not. Try goggling "Frito Lay - Doritos - Gluten Free"...

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Try taking some B-12 supplements. It will help with the brain fog.

Doritos has several flavors that are gluten free, but I can't remember the ones that are not. Try goggling "Frito Lay - Doritos - Gluten Free"...

I called Frito lay today and the nacho cheese doritos are not gluten free I an looking for a brand that is other than the baked ones from dorito's they taste horrible

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not sure of how to respond or post quickly sorry still pretty new to site

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not sure of how to respond or post quickly sorry still pretty new to site

Posts by new members are subject to review by a moderator before they appear. This usually happens quickly, but occasionally there are delays, as has happened this evening with your reply.

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I didn't have the typical stomach symptoms of celiac. Long story short: I was diagnosed while in college, but due to enjoying the college life, I never stuck with the gluten free diet. A few years later when my life slowed down, I realized something wasn't right. I was tired all the time, very forgetful, not in a good mood, and lethargic. I almost thought I was depressed.

"Brain fog" is rarely listed as a symptom of celiac. One day I ran across this symptom and looked into it.

I decided it was time to go 100% gluten free. About a month into it, I started to feel "awake" again. A few months later, I was back to "normal." Every once in a while if I get glutened, I find myself just doing stupid things. It is a true symptom and does get better when you stick to the diet.

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Hello,

First up sorry I know this is an old post but this forum appears to be the only place on the net that people are discussing the idea of brain fog and celiac disease.

I have had "brain fog" for the last few years. I decided this year I am going to get to the root of the problem, and I am currently following a strict gluten free diet to

see if it is caused by a gluten intolerance.

My question is, if I have a gluten intolerance, how long should I have to wait until this "brain fog" clears up?

The above post suggests 3 weeks, is this an good indication of a time frame?

T.

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Hello,

First up sorry I know this is an old post but this forum appears to be the only place on the net that people are discussing the idea of brain fog and celiac disease.

I have had "brain fog" for the last few years. I decided this year I am going to get to the root of the problem, and I am currently following a strict gluten free diet to

see if it is caused by a gluten intolerance.

My question is, if I have a gluten intolerance, how long should I have to wait until this "brain fog" clears up?

The above post suggests 3 weeks, is this an good indication of a time frame?

T.

In the upper right corner, you should see a google box for this forum. Put on brain fog. You should find lots of posts to consider.

A lot of them will tell you that, until your " vitamin" levels come up, you can't expect it to get better.

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Eating doritos, doritos knockoffs, or anything processed won't help you get better faster.

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