Here's something I've noticed (and I think it's related to being gluten-free, but I'm not 100%)--I have almost ZERO PMS now. It used to be that I would get very moody and fatigued, but my last two cycles have been...well, miraculous. And EASY.
Weird, but very cool.
Habit is habit and not to be flung out of the window by any man [or woman], but coaxed downstairs a step at a time.--Samuel Clemens
Blue Bulls Co-leader Leader--Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free
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After introducing myself to the team and thinking about all the benefits I've experienced by eating gluten-free, another thing came to mind. Before eating gluten-free, I tended to be fairly depressed and anxious. These days, although I am still a worrier, I definitely am not depressed and do not have the same level of anxiety. Do you suppose this has to do with living gluten free?
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