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Problems with learning and behavior have caused concern among parents and educators for some time now. Gluten grains may be a major factor in causing these scholastic problems, and our per-capita rate of grain consumption is definitely on the rise. Behavior and learning problems in the context of gluten sensitivity should be treated with a gluten-free diet. We have observed almost as dramatic a positive response to the gluten-free diet among gluten-sensitive patients with signs and symptoms suggestive of learning and/or behavior problems as is reported for celiac children. The new food guides from the USDA and Canadian Government continue to advocate gluten grains and dairy products as healthful. The food guide recommendations are both misleading and dangerous.