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    As co-author of "Dangerous Grains" and "Cereal Killers", the study of the impact of gluten continues to be a driving passion in my life. I am fascinated by the way that gluten induces illness and impedes learning while it alters mood, behavior, and a host of other facets of our existence. Sure, the impact of gluten on health is an important issue, but that is only the most obvious area of impact. Mood disturbances, learning disabilities, and the loss of quality of life due to psychiatric and neurological illness are even more tragic than the plethora of physical ailments that are caused or worsened by gluten. The further I go down this rabbit hole, the more I realize that grains are a good food for ruminants - not people. I am a retired school teacher. Over the last decade, I have done some college and university level teaching, but the bulk of my teaching career was spent working with high school students. My Web page is: www.DangerousGrains.com

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  • Forum Discussions

    Sometimes if I get glutened enough I get orange brown stool. Not fully orange but not fully brown... a couple of times I’ve had full on staterrhea but not often.
    Since the cerebellum is damaged w gluten ataxia you can also have slurred speech. I have it plus wobbly legs and lack of coordination. And the cerebellum is also the gatekeeper for stimuli that are incoming so if there is damage you will have...
    We mostly do our own immediate family thing for holiday meals. Christmas time is different. My spouse's family know I prefer to go before dinner, while most are having appetizers and drinks. They have learned to flip their night for ...
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