Most of people who suffer from gluten intolerance will never find out and 15% of Americans suffer from some type of gluten sensitivity or intolerance if they are not diagnosed with celiac disease. Do you want to find out whether you have this problem? Read about 7 signs and find out!
- Keratosis Pilaris
This is also known as “chicken skin” and appears on your thighs and back side of the arms. It occurs due to fatty acid deficiency which is cause by damaged gut by the gluten.
- Persistent Headaches
In the case of gluten intolerance, you may also suffer from frequent headaches and migraines. Yet, they may also result from body dehydration or some other health issue. Hence, if you suffer from persistent headaches that just won’t stop, you need to visit your doctor in order to address the root of the issue.
- Autoimmune Diseases
Not always but in some cases Psoriasis, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, Scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis are proven to be linked with gluten intolerance.
- Digestive Issues
If you experience some digestive issues, such as bloating, gases, diarrhea, gases, without some obvious reason, you may be gluten intolerant. Namely, constipation in small children is one of the most common signs of gluten intolerance.
Another signs of gluten intolerance are dizziness and feeling off balance
- Chronic Fatigue
Chronic fatigue can be a result of various factors. For instance, it can be caused by something really serious, as HIV, and on the other hand, it may also be a result of something not that severe, as dehydration.
In the case of gluten intolerance, you may also experience fatigue, exhaustion, especially after consuming food which contains gluten, or brain fog. Yet, you must consult your doctor in the case of chronic fatigue as he needs to discover its cause and prescribe a proper treatment.
Very often people who think that suffer from chronic fatigue and Fibromyalgia actually suffer from gluten intolerance but they don’t know it. If you are one of them run some tests to be sure.