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Did you need to know that your brain and nerves can be seriously damaged by gluten? This is what "Gluten Brains: the brain–grain connection means.

When your brain and nerves are damaged by gluten, many of these bad things can happen:

Headaches? Migraines? Convulsions?
Moody? Depressed? Psychotic? Exhausted? Tired?
Behavior or Learning problems? ADHD? Autism?
Tummy ache? Gastric reflux? Constipated?

Are you or your family affected?

This ebook has been written for you to find out now – before it’s too late to do something about it. Gluten is making billions of people sick. After reading this compelling evidence, you will avoid eating gluten-foods – forever – to protect your brain. That is what I did!

This ebook gives you a clear explanation of why gluten can cause you so much harm. It is alarming to know that most gluten-symptoms are actually caused by brain and nerve damage.

Some descriptive terms used are: "bread head", "bread madness", "brain fog" and "gluten-related-neurological disorder". I simply call it "Gluten Brains".



Al writes to me:
"A bread-head – I love the term. Yup, that was me :-)

One of the toughest things to deal with was my mental and emotional state when I was on gluten. I problem-solve for a living. I diagnose and fix "sick" computers. Yes, one might say a "computer doctor".

Having diminished focus and concentration abilities makes diagnosing a computer problem a difficult task. I was a zombie, sitting and staring off into space at work, trying to motive myself to keep on task. I was amazed that I kept my job. It was a constant battle; one that I no longer fight.

I've tried to piece together my family medical tree; trying to figure out where my issues with gluten might have come from. One piece of the puzzle appeared when I first learned that Schizophrenia was connected to gluten. My father was a diagnosed Paranoid Schizophrenic who would not stay on his medication; this did not bode well for him or his family. Could the removal of gluten have saved him? An interesting question to ponder.

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