Have you ever noticed that the longer you go without something, the more severe a reaction is upon coming across it again? I have been gluten free for over 7 years now. Each time I am accidentally “glutenized” I know almost immediately. My reactions have not gotten easier; they have become far worse. But today I am sharing 6 things I do when gluten attacks.
Thanksgiving was filled with all the gluten-free goods a girl could ask for. I’m not entirely sure where the gluten seeped in, but the only thing I can think of is that I had the Pumpkin Pie “filling” off the top of the actual Pumpkin Pie. Perhaps all the touching of the two got to me, or perhaps there was even some of the pie mixed right in with the filling.
It doesn’t matter.
What matters is that I spotted it immediately late Friday night: canker sore on my tongue, sore throat, achy, fatigued and I woke up in the middle of the night with chills, achy and as though I were getting the flu.
Glutenized I was. Those are always some of my classic symptoms. What always persists in the days to follow is the fatigue. That is what I hate more than anything. If you know me, you know I must be going, going, going all the time. The fatigue absolutely prohibits me from life. And because I don’t have time for that, when gluten attacks me, I attack back – immediately.
6 Things I Do When Gluten Attacks
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- I drink a lot of water.
- I workout, but just a little and just to get some sort of circulation going throughout my body.
- I eat very, very plain (think meat, fat, broth – see #6).
- I drink one cup Traditional Medicinals Chocolate Smooth Move (please make note that I do not recommend this for long-term use – it is potent, very potent and we never want to have our systems rely on it).
- I sleep (if the body says it’s tired, then it is!)
- I drink my homemade bone broth.
And that’s it. No need to make it difficult or confusing. You are already under enough stress with the attack on your body. Just be consistent with these 6 action items, and you will be feeling awesome again before you know it. I am!
Need more help? Check out 21 Things to Do During a Colitis Flare Up.
Question: What do you do when you are glutenized? And each time you become glutenized, do your reactions get stronger and stronger?
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