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Posted by Kathy Healy on July 07, 2000 at 17:01:11:

Three years ago a counselor/psychologist suggested my son's trouble at school and home could be linked to a glutten intolerance or dairy.
I almost just cried because I felt this guy was our last hope and here he was saying crazy things like that.
Now my son is 17.
He has dropped out of school. He has a job but he has to be up at 4:15 in the morning. He has always been impossible to wake up. I have often worried that if there were ever an emergency we would never be able to get him out. He has mood swings and like I said behaves insane and aggressive when I try to wake him.
Has anyone else heard of this diet helping people with behavoral symptoms like this? I think he lost his job today because he just left and went to his Dad's to sleep.

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