I listened to the Gluten-Summit online a couple of weeks ago. I listened to 27 hours of the 29 hours of interviews while it was free to do so. The recent research studies show that modern wheat gluten (older wheat was very different) is impacting our health including mental health. In these interviews, I heard about the impact on depression and schizophrenia. Suggested reading is "Grain Brain" by Perlmutter and/or "Wheat Belly" by Davis. I myself have reduced gluten a lot because I'm seeking to bring down my blood sugar and weight. My mother did this a couple of years ago and went from 186 pounds down to 116 pounds. Gluten is addictive and withdrawal is uncomfortable but I found that a sliver of real butter in hot tea, cocoa, or coffee stops a food craving. We've had a healthy menu plan for some years now but I couldn't stop my cravings for junk food made from wheat products and I would binge on them. At present, I have a small portion of pasta two nights a week and I have reduced sandwiches to one or two a week. Here's a link to an article that discusses the addictive effects of gluten. http://www.kriskris.com/wheat-heroin-morphine/ Anyway, with all this stated: Have you taken a look at gluten before and what do think about the information that is now comming out?