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Gluten Is The Root Of Many Neurologic And Psychiatric Disorders. Isn’t Genetic Testing For Psychiatric Drug Use Pushing The Limit? Questions Author

Bringing awareness that numerous, serious neurologic and psychiatric disorders can be linked to celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Discover and address the root cause of one’s mental health issues (or other diseases/symptoms) if gluten-related. It can change your life.


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Written for the sick and tired, but recommended for health care professionals, award-winning
Written for the sick and tired, but recommended for health care professionals, award-winning "Toxic Staple" empowers readers to transform their health. With awareness still in its infancy, gluten issues are epidemic and hugely underaddressed.

“Numerous neurologic and psychiatric symptoms and diseases are linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance by major research from around the world,” says Anne Sarkisian. "...gluten sensitivity remains undertreated and underrecognized as a contributing factor to psychiatric and neurologic manifestations…"*

On Sunday, Oct, 4, 2015, the story of a man who suffers from bipolar and depression, was featured in a story in the Boston Sunday Globe: “Genetic tests for psychiatric drugs spur hope, doubts.” Genetic tests to discover what might be the most effective psychiatric drug failed this tormented man as it put him deeper into a suicidal depression. The big question is, “Was he ever tested adequately, or at all, for celiac disease and gluten intolerance?” wonders 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! http://www.ToxicStaple.com “Anxiety, mood and depression, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders, balance issues, seizures, migraines, neuropathy, and schizophrenia are among them,”* and even bipolar** though the research is new and begging for more.
 
A 2012 study states, “Both CD [celiac disease] and GS [gluten sensitivity] may present with a variety of neurologic and psychiatric co-morbidities… However, gluten sensitivity remains undertreated and underrecognized as a contributing factor to psychiatric and neurologic manifestations…”*  as does celiac, adds Sarkisian.
 
“Psychiatric conditions affect 1 in 4 adults every year and 1 in 5 teens,” according to the National Alliance on Mental Health, as reported in the article. Isn’t it time for mainstream medicine to take a deep look at what’s causing so much disease and mental illness, queries Sarkisian?
 
“Thousands of scientific studies link gluten to over 300 symptoms, diseases, and associated conditions. Early detection of celiac disease and gluten intolerance is vital to reducing the many complications and hazards of gluten, such as depression, osteoporosis, and lymphoma,” says Sarkisian. “Intestinal issues linked to celiac disease are only a small sliver of the pie.”
 
Anne Sarkisian has been an authoritative advocate for the awareness of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance since 2004. Sarkisian’s website and blog at http://www.ToxicStaple.com, and “Toxic Staple” book provide cutting-edge information and research on this topic to the medical community and the general public. She empowers the reader to advocate for themselves, in conjunction with their doctors, to transform their health if gluten intolerant.
 
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/sensitivity, or any other disease or symptom. See full disclaimer at http://www.ToxicStaple.com.
 
Article: https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/10/03/genetic-screening-for-mental-health-grows-rapidly-despite-little-evidence-tests-work/Hak26cUCK38R4hMJK2wlZK/story.html
 
*http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gotestingv/pubmed/21877216
Psychiatr Q. 2012 Mar;83(1):91-102. doi: 10.1007/s11126-011-9186-y.
Neurologic and psychiatric manifestations of celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
Jackson JR1, Eaton WW, Cascella NG, Fasano A, Kelly DL.
 
** Bipolar Disord. 2011 Feb;13(1):52-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1399-5618.2011.00894.x.
Markers of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease in bipolar disorder.
Dickerson F1, Stallings C, Origoni A, Vaughan C, Khushalani S, Alaedini A, Yolken R.
 
 
 
 


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