02.09.2016

10 websites for going gluten free with fibromyalgia

Going gluten free is all the rage these days, but can it actually improve fibromyalgia symptoms?

Early research studies show going gluten free might reduce fibromyalgia symptoms. These 10 websites will help you go gluten free.

There are plenty of fibromyalgia sufferers who swear by a gluten-free lifestyle, but the actual research – while promising – is still limited. A few small studies, mostly conducted in Spain, hint that going gluten free lead to a reduction of fibromyalgia pain, gastrointestinal, fatigue and other symptoms:

While these are all small studies, their findings are still intriguing, especially given the number of fibromyalgia sufferers who have indicated their symptoms improved after cutting gluten from their diets.

(Read about my own experience with going gluten free here.)

As with so many other fibromyalgia treatments, the only way to know if going gluten free will improve symptoms is to try it. But cutting gluten can be tricky since it’s often hidden in foods that aren’t typically associated with wheat and other grains containing gluten. Fortunately, there are lots of online resources available to help. Below are a few links to get you started:

Are there any other sites you’d recommend? Please share them in the comments!

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