Psych Central: “Antibodies in GI Tract Linked to Greater Risk for Bipolar Illness”

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The individual diagnosed with bipolar disorder will experience frequent mood swings affecting their personality and daily routine.  A recent study indicated that the origin for this condition may be found in the gastrointestinal tract.  Not only can these  findings determine patients with potential food allergies, changes in food selections and other areas may decrease the number of cases in the future from suffering this psychiatric condition.