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Can this identify GAPS Syndrome vs. Depression or Schizophrenia?

Swallow This Camera, Diagnosis Disease Painlessly

Swallow This Camera, Diagnosis Disease Painlessly

If you have undergone an endoscopy to diagnose or follow celiac disease, you may be wondering if there is anything on the horizon that might replace this type of test. Capsule endoscopy (CE) is a new way to look inside the intestines. A tiny camera near the size of a large vitamin is swallowed, and it records thousands of pictures as it passes through the intestinal tract. These images are sent to a device strapped around the waist or across the chest and are retrieved later….for more info click the link: http://www.glutenfreeclub.com/Article.aspx?nid=1833&utm_nooverride=1

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Risk of Adult Anxiety Seen in Children’s Stomachaches

As this article points out the link between abdominal pain in children leads to anxiety and depression as adults, I can’t help but think about GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome).  This is my new cause.  To spread the word about GAPS, which many believe is the cause of a significant percentage of autism, ADD, ADHD, Depression and Schizophrenia, as well as addiction.  Stop the “slaughter” of our children by gluten, dairy and processed foods.. .. worth reading.  Look for a lot more about this from me in the future.

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First Person: Glenn Close Battles ‘Fear and Shame’ of Mental Illness

Most of us know someone who suffers with mental illness.  In my case, it is both my son and me.  I have anxiety and depression.  He has a yet to be diagnosed disorder that looks like bi-polar, schizoeffective, anxiety, depression or whatever mood disorder that I now believe may be caused by GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome).  Whatever it is, we live with the stigma and it is not fun.  Interesting that addiction is now “socially acceptable” by most, primarily because so many celebrities are talking about it.  Glenn Close is a celebrity who is talking about mental illness.  Her sister is bi-polar.  We need more celebrities talking about mental illness–those who have it.  Unfortunately, our society places a premium on a celebrities’ endorsement.  That being so, come out celebrities:  Catherine Zeta Jones, Ted Turner, and so on.  Talk about it!  We need to change perception in the battle of Fear and Shame for those suffering with mental illness.