My answer would be yes! I have experienced the same thing as you. I cut out all sugar, flour, gluten, and a few other things I just can't remember right now. I felt good, clearer, alert, and my speech improved. Like you, I slipped and am a basket case again. Part of my New Year's goal it to find out what foods trigger by problems. I actually started this on December 26 but I didn't eliminate gluten, I probably should have but I need something to eat so that I am successful with this. If you suspect a food, my suggestion would be to eliminate that food for a month or two and then add it back and see what happens. I know that if I were to have a piece of cake or a donut, I would be mush about 10 minutes later. I crave sweets and breads and I'm having a problem not eating them but I'm going to give it my best effort.
Why is it we crave the foods that are bad for us .
If I could eat a Donut with my coffee every morning, I would be a very happy person .
I have given up wheat, rice, potatoes, and oats along with anything that may have sugar or flour. So pretty much everything I love to eat . Also, I'm trying to stay away from artificial sweetners, so no diet coke for me. Boy, I'm depressing myself.
I just finished baking homemade cinnamon rolls for my husband and kids. I can't tell you how badly I wanted to shove a few of them (lathered with butter, of course) into my mouth. I love to bake, so this is really hard for me. Baking relaxes me which releaves pain but not being able to eat what I'm smelling is hard. Dagger, I love to make pie. My middle daughter begs me to make apple pie for her birthday every year instead of cake.
I guess this conversation I'm having is not helping anyone avoid the forbidden, sorry.
I haven't heard of the blood type diet, I'll have to look into it.