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Non-celiac Sibling Behavior Improvements


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#16 shanluts

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Posted 10 April 2008 - 10:53 AM

I have celiac disease and and my KP went away once gluten-free. Thought I would share.

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Posted 05 June 2008 - 01:09 AM

Four months ago my son was diagnosed with celiac disease, /and / his older sister has had dramatic improvements in her behavior and outlook on life. She has received counseling for years... now she is happy, polite, and her grades and study habits are the best they have ever been. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?

Yes, I asked around in an addict community and I found a few people who found that glutenfree diet dimin9ished their cravings (and underlying depresion)., I definitely think that there should be a real test (with statistical sample, hundreds of non-glutensensitive addicts). The question is that since most dovtors do not know this gluten effect (and do not know adictions), it is not easy to find someone to do this rsearch.
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