I too have celiac disease and must stay on a gluten free diet.
It's interesting that many conditions seem to improve on or even require a gluten free diet...including Lyme disease, because a gluten free diet is frequently lower in carbs, and carbs feed the nasty little Lyme bugs. Lyme disease also triggers gluten intolerance in many people.
The diet mentioned by Stacie (meats, veggies, fruits - all natural unprocessed foods) is probably the safest, healthiest diet no matter what ails you! Grains are a very recent addition to the human diet (just the past 10,000 years) and our farmer ancestors have modified them significantly from the way they originally occurred in nature. Our bodies apparently don't process grains well at all.
Before I started on the gluten free diet, I was extremely low in many nutrients, especially Vitamin D and B12. Now my D levels are normal, but I've had to have B12 shots.
Some of my symptoms disappeared immediately: daily migraines, various gastric problems such as diarrhea, etc. Other problems are not yet resolved....but I have so many medical issues that's not surprising.
Best wishes to you....I hope you feel better soon!
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