Even if you do eliminate all gluten from your diet, you may still find that your level of improvement is not nearly as much as it should be.
The fact is that most people who discover one allergy, find out that they have other allergies and sensitivities as well.
Some of the common problem foods for the gluten sensitive are:
If you are on a gluten-free diet, and you still don’t feel at your best, try eliminating the foods listed above.
I suggest that you remove all of these types of foods, all at once. With luck, you will feel much better after a few days (although it could take several weeks before you notice any improvement).
At this point, you can re-introduce foods and see if you still feel OK.
Reintroduce the foods one at a time, waiting several days before you decide if that food is OK or not. Depending on your reaction, you may get a negative reaction almost right away, or it could take several days before you notice anything.
As you reintroduce foods, you will be able to make a list of those foods you can tolerate, and those you can not.