Blossom, I didn't feel tired at all. In fact just the opposite. I have had lots more energy since the beginning (on Day 17 now). But I agree with far, you could be fatigued from lack of carbs and low blood sugar levels.
I think more than lack of carbs though, it could be lack of calories
...?? Are you eating plenty of olive oil, coconut oil, and meat? I eat avocados, full-fat coconut milk, coconut flour and flakes, fatty fish like salmon, mackerel and trout. Also, you can get plenty of carbs through sweet potatoes, acorn squash, butternut squash, winter squash, plantains, parsnips, turnips, etc. I dice them, mix them all together and sauté in olive oil. Yum.
I don't eat a lot of fruit (1-2 servings per day) but then again I have never been much of a fruit eater. I do eat LOADS of vegetables per day, and I mean loads!
I think it's possible you may be having a bit of a Herxheimer effect ("die-off" of harmful pathogens). You can read about it here: Is A Healing Crisis Really Healing? - Autoimmune Paleo
There's some very useful info in that article.
Here's another very good article with lots of ideas for eating. Her site (Wellness Mama dot com) is also full of good recipes: http://wellnessmama.com/22689/autoimmune-diet/
-- so glad you found this thread too. Welcome to the tribe
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