Hi all, I have chronic fatigue type issue and insomnia. I'm slowly piecing together it could be food intolerances that are the main issue for my fatigue. However, when I first did the RPAH elimination diet in strict/to moderate phase (about 2 years ago), I did notice something...I felt much better (energy, less stomach issues). However it was the first time I noticed I couldn't get to sleep. I had this sort of "wired feeling" and ever since then I have had sleep issues (prior to elimination diet I could sleep like a baby). Even when I went back to more normal eating I had this "wired state". I now have periods where I can sleep better (but not 100%), usually when my immune system is in a better place. At the moment I don't have that wired feeling, but just do tend to have interrupted sleep (doesn't help that I am getting Costochondritis in the night when I try to move) . Anyway, I stumbled across this article last night http://reclaimyourhealth.com.au/why-the-gaps-diet-can-mess-with-your-health/ and made me realise I wasn't going crazy when I thought insomnia was caused by the diet. I didn't quite understand the whole article (I am not very technical) but sounds like something got switched on, when the person who wrote the article went on a elimination diet. Could this be the issue with me too?