We Hear YouApril/May 2008 Issue

Gluten and the Brain

I read with interest an article in the Summer 2007 issue. The article mentions cognitive impairment, basically nervous and brain-centered problems. When our fifth child began learning his letters, he exhibited the reversals that I’d learned were normal in children (such as b and d). But by the time he began to write, he wrote everything from right to left and in mirror image. It was the strangest thing I had ever seen—certainly not like my older four children.

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