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I accidentally went on a gluten free diet when trying to eat healthier and realized all my problems went away. I ate a rye sandwich one day and got my good ol headaches back within an hour. That's when I realized what my GI issues along with a whole host of other things were from. My grandfather was diagnosed with celiac disease a few years ago, no one in my family has been tested. When I went on my accidental Gluten-Free diet I felt AMAZING! My energy levels were through the roof! I played with the Gluten-Free diet a few more weeks on and off to really make sure that's what my problem was. I tested neg. blood work and EGD. To make a long rambling question short this time I've been Gluten-Free for about 3 weeks with no gluten at all and I still feel amazingly better but my energy level is not what it was in the beginning.

Any ideas what might still be zapping my energy? Before when I was yo yo-ing it only took approximately 3 days to feel a ton better. This time I'm still not back to where I was. I'm not doing anything differently, watching for cross contamination, et... Any help would be appreciated! You have been so helpful. Thank you!

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You may be eating something else which does not agree with you.

Or you can need a gluten free vitamin B complex, multivitamin, and calcium/magnesium mineral complex.

Don't rule out cross contamination. It can show up in the darndest places from the most surprising sources.

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I figured it out. I had stopped taking a supplement. That has to be it.

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I figured it out. I had stopped taking a supplement. That has to be it.

If you still don't feel better after 2 weeks or so of supplementing, you might want to get your vitamin levels checked, vitamin D deficiency can cause fatique, and mine was so low that no regular supplement alone would have ever brought my level up, according to my doctor I had to take mega doses to get it to raise.

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