Celiacs when will energy rise

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So I've been gluten free from having a high 250> positive on the blood results for 3 months now. It seems I'm even more tired than before I quit gluten . I don't have the pain at least but still , would like some energy . Was always low iron. Any idea on supplements or foods ? 

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    Hi Pebblenz,  I have been GF for nearly 4 years and in all honesty have felt worse since being on the diet.  My symptoms are headaches, feeling off balance, dizzy and generally down and tired.

    I gave up drinking milk in my tea and coffee about a year ago and felt better, however I have now completely taken all dairy out of the diet and feel great.  I think my body was reacting to the dairy molecule in the same way it reacts to the  gluten one.  Hope you feel better soon and this is helpful 

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      Of course! You should have been informed that. Gluten intolerant patients become lactose intolerant due to a damaged gut.
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    Another thing could be just not getting quality sleep due to mineral/vitamin deficiency. Try supplements of calcium and magnesium but not together. Take as directed but take calcium earlier in the day and magnesium later.
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    I believe you need to completely quit dairy and gluten together. Take l glutamine daily, this will help with healing the gut and will increase energy levels ONCE your digestive system recovers from malabsorption.
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