A friend who is gluten-intolerant told me today that seizures are a sign of gluten-intolerance and that a gluten-free diet can help? Is this true, or am I just clutching at straws again? (I've been diagnosed since may, have had all kinds of different seizures and still have no known cause. My meds were just upped again last week, and I'm getting frustrated not knowing what's going on. I'm always looking for answers. So this is why this gluten-free thing really struck me...)
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