FeaturesApr/May 2013 Issue

Gluten and Depression

Gluten and Depression

Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and your emotional health

For much of her childhood and teen years, Hilary,* now 47, thought she was lazy. While other kids were out riding bikes, she was home napping. She was very bright but it wasn’t apparent in her grades. Hilary felt a deep sense of guilt and self-contempt about her chronic underachievement. “I’m unworthy,” she’d often find herself subconsciously repeating. Sometimes: “Why am I even alive?”

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