Neuropsychological manifestations following food exposures in patients with food sensitivities are increasingly being identified in the literature, as understanding of the gut-brain axis is further improved. Non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) has been shown to occur in individuals without serological or biopsied evidence of celiac disease (CD), who manifest psychotic or mood disorders that resolve following elimination of gluten. In this case history, we discuss a similar manifestation in a 31-year-old woman without serological evidence of CD, whose psychiatric symptoms improve with gluten elimination.
Louis-Jean, Scarlet and Chaudhry, Shire
"Recurrent Psychosis in Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity,"
Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives: Vol. 13:
3, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.gbmc.org/jchimp/vol13/iss3/9