I've been looking for a way to share my story, in hopes that others can glean some help from it. Interestingly, I was diagnosed with Meniere's thirty years ago, had a couple of years of moderate symptoms, and then was sympton free until four years ago, when it returned. I had just lost a lot of weight when the symptoms returned, which I realized later only added to the problem. When I first started searching the internet, books, etc. for help, I would never have recognized that these were my problems. (As one doctor pointed out, this syndrome is just a list of symptoms, not a known cause.) So please read this with an open mind. Some of this could help you, too. After three years of going to lots of doctors, eliminating food after food, trying every supplement I could find, changing many habits, I finally figured out that FOOD SENSITIVITIES and REACTIVE HYPOGLYCEMIA were causing my symptoms (and still can cause them if I'm not careful about my diet). I lost even more weight when I cut out so many foods, during my exploratory phase, but that only made things worse. With little body fat for my body to use, I needed more insulin, which caused more ear problems. Now, I avoid wheat, egg yolks, dairy and corn, and I eat a hypoglycemic diet, which means I eat several small meals a day, with a good balance of proteins, good fats and carbs. I never eat carbs alone, but always add a protein to slow down the sugars. I haven't been dizzy in almost a year. Unfortunately, damage was permanent to one ear and I have significant hearing loss in that one ear. I also have noise in that ear, but when my blood sugar is low, it gets louder, so it's actually an excellent barometer. I'm back to having a normal life. I drive now with confidence, not fearing that I'll get stuck (like I did once in a Sam's, with a policewoman having to help me). I always have a protein bar with me. Unfortunately, I've put back on all the weight I lost. (Couldn't I have stopped somewhere inbetween???) But I'm much healthier and happier now. (Low blood sugar causes feelings of depression, fogginess and/or irritability.) This good eating plan will help my overall health too. A doctor at Duke told me that 20% of the population has reactive hypoglycemia and that it's a variant of normal. Maybe that's true for most people, but for me, and for some others I know, the changes in blood sugar somehow aggravate the ear and cause the Meniere's symptoms. Also, I found that one reading of your blood sugar can't show the whole picture. A doctor cannot diagnose or rule this out with one insulin test. In reactive hypoglycemia, your blood sugar goes too high, then a delayed insulin reaction produces too much insulin, and then your blood sugar plummets. Just the rapid drop can cause my symptons, thus my goal is to keep my blood sugar as even as possible. I also find that my blood sugar doesn't have to be very low for me to have symptoms. Readings in the 80's are low enough to produce them. I finally had a five-hour glucose test, which also tests the insulin levels, to diagnose the hypoglycemia. Even then several very nice doctors could not "connect the dots" between the Meniere's, the hypoglycemia and the food senstivies. I had to figure that out on my own, but since I did realize that they were all connected, I have successfully controlled those horrible dizzy spells. When I was dizzy, the last thing I would have done was to eat, but that's exactly what was needed. Please consider this in your case, and good luck!