Gluten Intolerance Symptoms
Resemble Celiac Disease Symptoms

Gluten intolerance symptoms occur whenever you consume grains or foods that contain gluten.  Surprisingly, these symptoms can resemble Celiac disease symptoms.  However, gluten Intolerance symptoms will usually precede Celiac disease symptoms which will be the more serious of the two health problems.

Both will require some form of Celiac disease treatment

And an effective Celiac disease treatment will be diagnosing that you are indeed gluten intolerant and then looking into adopting a gluten free lifestyle.  Which will mean understanding all of the foods and drinks that may contain gluten.  And it will almost always involve learning how to heal your gut.


Are You Gluten Intolerant?

Basically, you are gluten intolerant when you have a difficult time digesting grains that contain gluten.  Gluten is composed of inflammatory proteins called glutenin and gliadin.  And this type of gluten will be found in wheat, rye, and in barley.

Gluten Intolerance Symptoms

  • Bloating & Gas
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Casein Intolerance
  • Fat in the Stools
  • Weight Loss
  • Weight Gain
  • Aching Joints
  • Cramps
  • Skin Rashes & Itchy Skin
  • Irregular Menstrual Cycles
  • Slow Child Growth
  • Tingling and Numbness
  • Bad Dental Health
  • Depression
  • Eczema
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue & Irritability

Celiac Disease Symptoms

Celiac disease symptoms are very similar to the symptoms of gluten intolerance.

It's just a more serious form of being gluten intolerant and when gluten is consumed it will actually trigger your body's immune system to attack!

Celiac disease is caused by the inflammatory interaction of gliadin which is a gluten protein found in wheat, rye, and barley.

  • This inflammation flattens the lining of the small intestine and impedes your small intestine's ability to absorb nutrients from your food.
  • This will eventually create a lot of nutritional deficiencies which will lead to other health problems.

Celiac disease can run in families and is more common then most people think.  And if left untreated, Celiac disease could result in more serious health complications like Type 1 Diabetes.

And the only way to effectively deal with Celiac disease symptoms is a strict gluten free diet for life.

Celiac Disease Treatment

Here are some Important Guidelines:

  1. Avoid all foods derived from wheat, barley, and rye
  2. Avoid beer
  3. Avoid contaminated oats
  4. Avoid moldy foods
  5. Avoid processed foods
  6. Check supplements and medications for gluten
  7. Avoid hidden gluten in all products
  8. Have a doctor check you for vitamin and mineral deficiencies, so you can correct them
  9. Look into taking a really good probiotic (or fermented foods) and drinking bone broths to help build back your gut strength
  10. Switch to organic foods and grass fed meats
  11. Avoid most dairy products for a while especially factory farmed and pasteurized dairy

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