Basically, the week I had my big crash, I remember I was at an overnight camp, and I had this big bag of carmel candies/tootsie rolls in my room. That week, I really crashed and never recovered (mono-like). The other strange thing is that my body odor started suddenly smelling very.....fermented! I was always thinking maybe I caught a pathogen, or maybe it was just candida going nuts in response to sugar, but now I'm starting to think it was WHAT I was eating, exactly. And I have realized that what I am eating NOW, still, may be keeping me sick. For example, I did a pretty good "clean" diet, free of most allegans, but I realize that during that time, I was putting honey in my oats every morning. That was really the only sugar I was consuming, that and occasional berries, but still.....honey's full of fructose. Going gluten free has helped some, but after drinking my coffee, I start to feel VERY drowsy, in a weird, narcoleptic way (not an adrenal crash way). And guess what? I use coconut milk in it. I just realized that coconut milk is a no-no on the FODMAP diet. Here is a great breakdown, with charts, for those interested: http://www.practicalgastro.com/pdf/August07/Aug07BarrettArticle.pdf Here is an even SIMPLER breakdown: http://ibs.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/...bsgroup.org/brochures/fodmap-intolerances.pdf I am just wondering who else has seen success doing this? Or did it not pan out for you? Who has decided to try it then stuck with it? The biggest challenge is going to be my sublingual B supplements.....most of those contain sugar alcohols. I am concerned about corn ingredients in some of my supplements. I guess that's okay? Or no? I see that corn syrup is bad, even the non-HFCS type, but I don't know about corn derivatives in supps. I may have to cut those out. Also, I'm not sure if I can eat corn tortillas and corn chips?