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No more IBS. Arthritis is in remission — I can sew and knit again. My blood sugars dropped significantly, so that my daily total insulin dosage is reduced by a third. And that mid-section bloat is gone. I am wheat intolerant. I forgot to mention that I did NOT experience detox symptoms or withdrawal problems. My only problem was boredom with my newly limited food choices. Thanks for sharing your story, Janis! It has only been 3 weeks but I have already noticed a significant difference in joint pain. Ive never been told my a doctor that i may have a gluten sensitivity but i believe i do.

I went gluten free to see if cleared up my skin and helped with bloating…i get severe bloating. I woke up feeling like a brand new person it was the strangest feeling. That is so exciting, Sierra! Congrats on finding a new lifestyle that supports you and makes you feel amazing. I hope this is just the beginning of feeling your best for a long time! Wednesday night at church he was given a cookie, despite my requests not to.

When I picked him up from his class, I immediately knew he had eaten something by the redness around his mouth and the splotchy red places on his cheeks. He was also bouncing off the walls. That night was horrible. It took a while for him to settle and go to bed. Yesterday, Thursday, was not a good day for him at school.

He immediately broke out with a red, hot to the touch, itchy rash on his face after eating. A few hours later it finally went away and he was back to his normal self. Last night my husband gave him pizza, not thinking, and we immediately seen his face begin to turn red around his mouth and cheeks.

I gave him an epsom salt bath lastnight and nothing containing gluten since the pizza at 7 PM lastnight. Today was a terrible day at school. He had a complete fit today at lunch. When he finally did get calm she tried to get him to tell her what happened and it was almost like he had no idea what she was talking about. Could this be a withdrawal symptom? Before going GF, a lot of the things he ate did contain gluten.

I should add that he has always broken out with mysterious blister like rashes that the doctor could not pinpoint.

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We have had him tested by an allergist twice. Once as a baby and once a year and a half ago and everything came back negative. We had blood tests ran last month because he has been crazy tired with bags under his eyes, not eating well, sinus issues, joint pain, and paleness. That had been going on for over 3 months and is still present.

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His iron levels have always been a bit low. We have been using Emulsified Cod Liver Oil each night and morning until today also.

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I ran out last night I wonder if the lack of that caused the withdrawal symptoms to be even worse today? It sounds like with those kinds of behavioral and rash symptoms that cutting gluten from his diet could do some good.

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Many times naturopathic doctors look at the the all-up holistic picture of your health instead of just trying to treat symptoms, which are the after-effect of whatever the issue at hand is. And keep testing cutting gluten out if you notice a significant improvement in his demeanor and his overall wellbeing. I had horrible itching for a couple of years. Literally anything that came into contact with my skin would leave red raised welts.

For the longest time, I thought it was stress from my job. Then my cholesterol started to go up, like 50 points in one year up. I finally went to the Dr.

checkout.midtrans.com/solteros-catolicos-casas-ibez.php So have been gluten AND dairy free for 4 months now I probably feel a little better cholesterol is down to normal limits after two months, I still itch but can take an allergy pill every other day now. I have yet to feel that. I have to say as challenging as being gluten free is, dairy is far far worse. I have Hashimotos- thyroiditis, and adrenal fatigue. It took me months to start to feel better, and I would have glimmers of focus, they would last about 20 minutes Eventually, my focus and motivation were back, but it was a slow process.

I really had to read labels though. I was surprised to learn that many products with soy have gluten, and that my favorite packet salad dressing had gluten. It was worth it though. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, Mary Beth! For the last three years I have experienced severe hives, brought on my direct sunlight, heat, excursive… even something as simple as vacuuming my living room. This happened after giving birth to my second child. Four different doctors told me I was allergic to my sweat. But that day I just wanted answers to my problems.

That being said… Your blog literally came at a perfect time. I have tears in my eyes right now because reading some of your posts make me feel so much better. Especially now that I know these are symptoms of gluten detoxing. Really, I just wanted to say thanks for being a blogger. Thanks for helping and sharing such an amazing message. One great thing to do… read through the comments on this post!

Haha Yes, be sure to look through some of the archives to find some tips on how to get started with this diet and lifestyle. Thanks for commenting and sharing a piece of your journey with us! Great stuff about detox. Let me say that I have a severe gluten allergy, plus allergy to so many other things, but do not have celiacs. I cannot ever remember feeling so horrible! But, that finally went away.. Thank God! I was a label reading fool from that point, or so I thought!

I was add that cross-contamination is horrible, after the initial detox. So I continued drinking my WalMart drink mix…. So I spoke with a Celiac friend of mine, telling him what I was going thru, and he asked me to check the drink box. Holy Moly! This detox tore me apart!

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Even to the point that my teeth ached, as well as my nails peeling, and all the typical joint pain, etc. Now I am a label freak! And I will add that most WalMart brand products have that same notation on their packages…. Guess where I no longer shop?