The Symptoms Of Gluten Intolerance

symptoms of gluten intolerance Basic Symptoms

There are a lot of symptoms of gluten intolerance, however when you look back at Celiac disease, the only reason behind  it is that your body is no longer accepting gluten. This problem can show up in such a variety of ways, such as:

  • Skin conditions
  • Hair loss
  • Joint Pain
  • Migraines
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

The wide range of symptoms makes celiac disease much harder to detect, a few more that are quite common are:

  • Anemia
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Osteoporosis
  • Low Vitamin D
  • Digestive problems

The main reason why the symptoms of gluten intolerance present themselves is because your body is not getting what it needs. For example, when you are eating food and it passes through your digestive tract, your intestines may fail to recognize gluten as a nutrient.  your intestines have thesefinger like projections that are called villi, and they help suck the nutrients and minerals that you need. If they get broken down, you can become intolerant to a variety of nutrients. meaning that when you start consuming some food, you may face problems after like:

These digestive problems are a good sign of celiac disease or gluten sensitivity/intolerance. Lactose intolerance is one of the big signs of gluten intolerance, and these are the early signs. It happens when your body loses the enzyme to absorb these minerals.

What Should You Do If You Suffer From Gluten Intolerance?

People with this variety of problems should get tested for gluten intolerance this is done by visiting your local doctor and telling them about your symptoms and food intake. Find out what he recommends to cure the disease and you may also wish you compliment this with a change in what you eat. Since celiac disease is an intolerance of gluten,  starting to follow a gluten free diet definitely makes sense. If you remove gluten from what you eat then it should also clear up your symptoms.

Recommended Diet Plan

If you follow a gluten free diet plan, you should not only see some improvement of the symptoms presented by your gluten intolerance but your body’s immune system should also show some improvement. Some foods that fit into the gluten free category include:

  • Eggs
  • Fresh meat
  • Rice products
  • Rice cakes
  • Rice flour
  • Rice
  • Wine
  • Juices
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits

These foods are not only good for your body (with in moderation) but also free from gluten content. If you follow this diet as a disciplined habit (in conjunction with your doctors recommendations) for some time, you should recover very well. The first sign of your recovery will the diminished frequency of the symptoms that gluten intolerance caused.

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