Yep, it took me a little while to get it out of my system. I kept finding that I was exposing myself to gluten in ways I hadn't expected. Potato chips cross-contaminated in manufacturing, shampoo and styling spray containing wheat, wheat litter in my cat's litter box ... it didn't really take that long for my bloating to go away, but it did take much longer for other symptoms to subside.
I found that after many years of "gluten-abuse" I had to take supplements like magnesium glycinate, B vitamins, vitamin D, some ferritin, and eventually flax seed oil to nurse my poor little system back to health.
I'd say first, make sure that you are completely gluten-free ... watch for hidden sources of gluten, read ingredients carefully and look for allergy declarations. If you eat toast and previously used the same toaster for regular bread, get a new toaster and use it strictly for gluten-free toast.
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