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Delayed gluten / casein reaction?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 26, 2013 at 11:02 PM

Since going Paleo, my digestion has been working rock solid and I've been feeling good.

For the first time since the new diet, I had dinner with my parents 2 nights ago and they ordered take out. I only had a salad with a steak / marsala sauce wrapped around asparagus. They mentioned it had provolone cheese in it, but I went ahead and dug in. (I used to eat cheese before just fine, although, a whey allergy did show up on blood testing.)

The following morning / day, no problems. I had my usual steak / veggies / eggs / rice / potatoes I've been doing all the time, no issues.

This morning, all hell broke lose, lol. I wake up feeling horrible (headache, irritable, fatigued), then my stomach is all messed up and I've been making frequent trips to the bathroom.

Is this what being gluten'd feels like? How common is this sort of delayed reaction? (my parents probably think this is all in my head.)

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on May 27, 2013
at 12:13 AM

Dang. That does not make causality easy.

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on May 26, 2013
at 11:23 PM

I suppose it could also be the FCLO supplements I've been taking or the kefir I had a couple days ago. Perhaps I've introduced too many changes too quickly. (Though, I do suspect that 1 odd meal.)

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on May 26, 2013
at 11:32 PM

It can take up to three days to see reactions to allergen foods.

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Dang. That does not make causality easy.

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