Last night on the Public television channel I watched a Dr. ?? who lectured inbetween the requests for donations to support public educational television. Have no idea who he was as I was nodding off BUT I assume he is well qualified or he would not have been given an hour or more. Makes sense to me, lol. Anyway the Dr is a neurologist and he stated that all patients with neuro issues can be greatly helped by eliminating as much sucrose, sugar etc. as possible AND also eliminating as much Gluten as possible. He showed brief before/after film clips of patients who were able to eliminate medications due to the diet change. About 45 years ago I did my best to eliminate artificial colors, additives and sweeteners in hopes of helping GFGmom calm down. It did help but since she ate "treats" away from home it was not all that successful. Gluten, on the other hand, I've always associated with Celiac disease which none of us have, thank heavens. Now I'm wondering if any of you have tried the diet change for neuro issues. During part of his presentation he named four items and asked which was the worst. I think the items included white bread, multi grain bread, ?? or two spoons of white sugar. His answer was the multi grain bread...by far. Geez, lol, it has taken me two years to program myself to eat multi grain in lieu of white bread. Yikes. Just wondering if anyone has really "lived" this diet and seen results. DDD PS: He also said there is a test that can be given (I assume blood test) to see if you are sensitive to gluten or not. I didn't know that either! Seems like the older I get the less I know.