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“Could John Nash’s Struggle With Schizophrenia Have Been Linked To Gluten?” Questions Author

This article is written to bring awareness to the fact that in a subset of schizophrenic patients gluten may be the cause. (Many other neurological health issues are linked to gluten).

New London, New Hampshire, USA – WEBWIRE
Award-winning "Toxic Staple" by Anne Sarkisian empowers readers to transform their health and life in conjunction with their doctors. Huge unawareness exists on the over 300 symptoms and maladies linked to gluten.

“A drastic reduction, if not full remission, of schizophrenic symptoms [in a subset of schizophrenic patients] after initiation of gluten withdrawal has been noted in a variety of studies,” reports Kalaydjian et al.**

“Could John Nash, brilliant mathematician and Nobel Prize winner who was killed in an auto crash on May 23, 2015, have been suffering from paranoid schizophrenia due to undiagnosed celiac disease?” queries author Anne Sarkisian.
“Numerous neurologic and psychiatric symptoms and diseases are linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance by major research from around the world,” says Sarkisian, author of “Toxic Staple: How Gluten May Be Wrecking Your Health And What You Can Do About It!” ( “Anxiety, mood and depression, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders, balance issues, seizures, migraines, neuropathy, and schizophrenia are among them.”*

“A drastic reduction, if not full remission, of schizophrenic symptoms [in a subset of schizophrenic patients] after initiation of gluten withdrawal has been noted in a variety of studies,” reports Kalaydjian et al.**
“One mother shared that her daughter, who’d been diagnosed with schizophrenia, had had tremendous success with a gluten-free diet (GFD). As her psychotic symptoms subsided on a GFD they would reappear within 30 minutes of accidental gluten ingestion,” says Sarkisian.
“Thousands of scientific studies link gluten to over 300 symptoms, diseases, and associated conditions. Early detection of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders is vital to reducing the many hazards of gluten,” says Sarkisian.
“John Nash, who suffered for decades with schizophrenia, may have been one of a subset of schizophrenic patients intolerant to gluten; we’ll never know for sure. People with chronic neurological ailments are encouraged to get tested for celiac disease or gluten intolerance,” says Sarkisian.
Anne Sarkisian has been an authoritative advocate for the awareness of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance since 2004. Sarkisian’s website,, and “Toxic Staple” book provide cutting-edge information and research on this topic to the medical community and the general public.
Disclaimer: Always consult your doctor and never stop taking prescribed medication. This information is only an aid and is not intended to treat or diagnose celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or any other disease or symptom. See full disclaimer at
 *Jackson, JR et al., “Neurologic and psychiatric manifestations of celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.”   
   Psychiatr Q. 2012 Mar;83(1):91-102
 ** Kalaydjian, AE et al., “ The gluten connection: the association between schizophrenia and celiac disease.”  
    Acta Psychiatr Scand.  2006 Feb;113(2):82-90

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