Bipolar Disease and Gluten Intolerance – Is There A Connection?
I have discussed gluten’s impact on the brain in several articles and expert interviews in the past. Gluten is a known neurotoxin and has been shown to contribute to multiple neurological and mental diseases including neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, seizures, ADD, ADHD, Migraines, Autism, and schizophrenia.
This young women was on up to 13 different medications to treat her bipolar disorder. She was hospitalized several times due to medication overdose and interactions. Discovering gluten sensitivity made a huge difference in her condition – including improvements in mental clarity, mood swings, and more…
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