Another new study finds that Bipolar patients have elevated levels of antibodies to gluten. Unlike several past studies, this research does not focus on celiac disease, but rather identifies that patients with psychiatric bipolar issues are have elevations in IgG to gliadin.
Bipolar Disord. 2011 Feb;13(1):52-8.
Research continues to show the link between gluten and nerve tissue damage. Bipolar disease is just one more neurological problem in a long list of problems that gluten can contribute to. The story below is not an uncommon one in my practice. Patients come in with psychiatric disease and show dramatic improvement with simple diet changes…If you have a similar story, please share it with us below. ..
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