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More People Now with Celiac Disease
Untreated, the condition can affect the brain and lifespan
When someone has a neurological problem, it’s worth considering the possibility that celiac disease is a culprit. Research has linked celiac disease (CD) to a number of developmental and neurologic disorders. In 2004, Nathanel Zelnik and collegues reached the following conclusion after studying CD and a select number of disorders:
“The spectrum of neurologic disorders in patients with CD is wider than previously appreciated and includes, in addition to previously known entities such as cerebellar ataxia, epilepsy, or neuromuscular diseases, milder and more common problems such as migraine headache and learning disabilities, including ADHD.”
Triggered by the consumption of gluten-containing foods (wheat, rye, and barley), CD is now estimated to affect 1 in 106 children compared to 1 in 652 adults just fifty years ago based on a new study by Dr. Alberto Rubio-Tapia and colleagues from the Mayo Clinic. Changes in food growing and processing methods, along with other environmental issues, are suspected of causing the increase.
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I work in a practice that has successfully treated almost 100 children utilizing the principles outlined by Dr. McCandless. All the children have improved to varying degrees. Some have almost totally "recovered", others have shown islands of significant improvement, but ALL have responded positively.
This is good, progressive, modern health care. It is not "alternative" treatment. It is correct treatment to address an acute illness or "insult" to a child's entire brain, body, and self. These interventions have also proven tremendously helpful in our treatment of 200 adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders.