The 8 Signs Of Intolerance To Gluten

This intolerance is defined by WebMD like issue where the person has a bad reaction after consuming gluten.

The gluten is a protein in Barley, rye and wheat too.

The symptoms of intolerance are depression, fatigue, gastro problems, digestion problems and pain in joints.

Also is found in cereals, bagels, pasta, salad dressings and soups too.

In barley, it is in stock feed produce.

The rye is found in beer, bread and cereals and mostly the carbs.

These grains have a lot of fiber but also a lot of gluten and if you have intolerance when eating such grains, your health will be damaged.

Celiac disease:

This gluten intolerance is known as celiac disease. It is autoimmune and causes great damages to the small intestine.

What actually happens is when gluten is consumed through barley, rye or wheat, the immunity attacks the small intestine.

The damage is due to abnormal response of the immunity with the intestine and all nutrients are not absorbed as they should.

This disease also if untreated creates lifelong problems.

By stats, 1 of 100 people have celiac disease in USA. Read these 8 signs and seek help if you suspect you have Celiac.

Foggy brain

This is a subtle symptom but also very important. By Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry gluten intolerance is a neurological problem.

Also, the antibodies (immunoglobins) react abnormally with gluten. So of course the person would have cognitive problems.

Weight gain

If you notice weight gain for no reason, it could be this.

This happens due to one of two prevalence in bad effects of gluten intolerance , mainly gut permeability or malabsorption.

To have old weight back, remove all gluten from the diet.

Abnormal immunity

The IgA antibodies react adverse when immunity is attacked by gluten. These antibodies are in saliva and gastrointestinal tract, they fight off the flu, cold and infections and are the best defense our body has.

But, if they are compromised with the impaired gluten immunity, they can not protect you.

Oral problems

It is stated there might be a direct link between gluten intolerance and aphthous stomatitis, according to article from BMS Gastroenterology.

This issue is linked to canker sores and ulcers in mouth too, due to malabsorption.

People with Celiac don’t get enough calcium in the body. The calcium is a mineral CRUCIAL for oral and bone health.

Headaches that won’t go away- in one study was stated that 56% gluten intolerant people had awful migraines. If it doesn’t go away, it could be a problem.

Bad skin

The gluten malabsorption side effects lead to skin problems. That could cause dermatitis herpetiformis, acne or eczema. Also it can cause rash, redness, itching and blisters.

Muscle/joint pain

Celiac makes joint inflamed and causes aches.

Fatigue and exhaustion

The celiac makes you exhausted a lot, tired all the time too. This happens because of the de-allocation of the energy reserves in the body and inflamed areas.

Source and Image Source: healthyfoodstar.com