Increasing blood sugar levels are associated with cognitive decline, a long-term study has found wheat effects reach the brain in the form of opiate-like peptides. The polypeptide exorphins responsible for these effects come and go, dissipating over time, Exorphins instruct you to eat more food, increase calorie consumption. All these effects are reversible.
Stop eating wheat and the side effects will go away. Wheat affects our thoughts and behaviour. Its the cerebellum and other nervous system structures with consequences ranging from incoordination to incontinence, from seizures to dementia that are most frightening and as I said again are reversible.
If I were to blindfold you and put you loose in a room with lots of objects, you would most likely have impaired ability to navigate. This impaired function in the brain is called ‘cerebellar ataxia’, the person can lose control, go dizzy and fall over. Its a severe condition resulting from inflammation.