Most of the gluten intolerant people will never be diagnosed as such, while around 15% of USA citizens have some type of gluten intolerance or sensitivity, and maybe celiac disease. We give you 7 subtle signs that can help you find out if you are one of these people:
- Keratosis Pilaris
Or “chicken skin” is usually found on arms and thighs’ backside. It appears as a result of fatty acid deficiency, caused by gut damaged by gluten.
- Persistent Headaches
Migraines and persistent headaches are other potential signs that can signalize you are gluten intolerant. Also, they can be signs of dehydration and some other disorders. Of course, if your headaches don’t stop you should visit a doctor immediately.
- Autoimmune Diseases
In some instances, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, Scleroderma, Lupus, ulcerative colitis Multiple Sclerosis, and Psoriasis, were found to be connected to gluten intolerance.
- Routine Digestive Issues
Bloating, gases, diarrhea, and persistent constipation are one the most often obvious signs. Usually, gluten intolerant children can be recognized by constipation.
Another two signs of being gluten intolerant are dizziness and feeling off balance.
Sometimes, chronic fatigue is caused by something which can be easily improved, such as dehydration or by something as hazardous as HIV. If you have chronic fatigue you must pay a visit to a doctor and see what’s the reason behind it. Brain fog, fatigue, and feeling tired usually after meals with gluten, are other symptoms that signalize you are being gluten intolerant.
Many people diagnosed with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigues, are actually intolerant to gluten but they still haven’t realized that. If you have been diagnosed with one of these conditions, you should consider yourself as a gluten intolerant person.
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