I have gone gluten free for about a month and have made a couple errors and had gluten attacks. The attacks feel a million times worse than they did before. My question is : is this normal? Why do they feel so much worse than before? Is it becasue I know what 'normal' feels like now?
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replied January 31st, 2013
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when we elimate a food for a period of time we lose our ability to tolerate it, if we are intolerant anyway our body reacts vierltly to what it perseves as posin or toxin in such a way to stop you eating it again. Your inproved normal will also mean that you sence it more than you did when your body was telling you that it did not like a food permanently.
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