2 thoughts on “Does Gluten Play a Role in Acute Mania?

  • August 7, 2019 at 2:12 pm

    Its because of the inflammation it causes in those sensitive to it. It could be anything at all, sugar, gluten, residual toxins in food, medicines etc. Once the brain gets inflamed it doesn’t take much more added inflammation to become mentally unstable.

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  • February 5, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    The poison is in the dose and gluten is addictive.

    I’ve never been tested for gluten sensitivity but I’ve noticed how my brain was deteriorating when I was consuming gluten after many years of not consuming it. Slurred speech and reduced brain function.

    Consuming other grains like rice led to scurvy because grains lack vitamin C and the carbohydrates will displace the vitamin C from other foods for absorption.

    All grains are toxic and affect everyone’s organs differently.

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