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  1. Hi, saw this online, and thought you might be interested. I'm a psychology student, with suspected coeliac disease, and a history of mood disorders, and thought i'd have a look into any correlations between serotonin levels and coeliac disease/other GI disorders. There is a large amount of serotonin activity in the gastro-intestinal tract- I think the amount of serotonin receptors in the gut are second only to the brain within the human body- hence looking into it. Anyway, found this journal article which suggests a link between mood disorders and gluten intolerance/coeliac in children and young people, copy and paste into your browser. http://psy.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/43/4/331 cheers Cat