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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I've heard this may help children? anyone heard this?

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Heard what may help?

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Heard what may help?

going gluten free of course.. :rolleyes:

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I was just diagnosed with ADHD (at 30) but have had it my whole life. I notice if ibget glutened it gets much worse. Casein is also something worse staying away from.

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The current information out indicates that it may be helpful for children with autism.

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It made a big difference for us. Even bigger was doing the GAPS (gut and psychology syndrome) diet.

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I ran across this recently and took it to one of our pediatricians already:

In this new study, 1 in 7 children diagnosed with ADHD were found to have Celiac Disease, and the ADHD improved on the gluten-free diet.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3184556/?tool=pubmed

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Thank you for sharing that study!!!

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