narla21;32154 wrote: I’m planning on starting the diet on here once I’ve got everything I need together.
I was reading something that said that not getting enough of vitamin b-12 can cause the tingling too, so maybe I’ll try taking pills or something.
How would a person know if they have a gluten intolerance? Is it something that can just develop? :S
A gluten intolerance can actually develop at any age and is mainly an allergy to wheat. It’s possible for a gluten intolerance to gradually change into Celiac disease which is an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine. At that point a person can appear to be allergic to any number of foods, especially carbohydrates and sugars. Some of the symptoms are weight loss, fatigue, anaemia, gastrointestinal problems and especially diarrhea.
You would be better off not taking a single B vitamin because this can cause a deficiency of other B vitamins. Finding the exact cause of a tingling sensation is like trying to find a needle in a hay stack, so you can see how difficult it would be to treat it yourself. My advice is to go on a good Candida treatment and see if it helps.