Hi all, I know that a fm diet varies for everybody but I was just wondering if anybody knew what kind of a specialist I would need to see who would reccomend me the daily calcium etc that my body requires. I am following a vegan diet and can't eat wheat, garlic, onion and tomatoes. I can't talk to my gp about this because as far as she's concerned, my allergy test to wheat came back all clear and so I should continue eating it. More worryingly, the two neurologists that I went to see also said that I should start eating wheat and animal products again (even though I have high cholestrol which is strange as it's not hereditary, i'm only 25 and have always exercised) I do keep trying cause after all they're the doctors. But at the end of the day, my body knows better. I had started this diet long before I was diagnosed and I did it by keeping a log of my meals and it was trial and error. By the time i'd got round to seeing a neurologist, I was pain free but my head and ears were still foggy. As many of you know, I would love to simply pig out on junk but I can't afford to. Since my doctors aren't providing the support and aid that I need, I wondered if anyone knew what I should do? I've thought about a dietician but don't know if that would be a waste of money as they might not believe that fm patients have different dietary requirements.