According to recent researches, 1 in 133 Americans suffer from a different type of gluten intolerance.
This is an easily fixable condition; however, a lot of people wait for up to 10 years to be diagnosed. A great number of the people are never even diagnosed with the condition. These people suffer the symptoms of gluten intolerance without even realizing the cause of their problems.
Below, you can read through the 10 most commonly ignored symptoms of gluten intolerance.
Abdominal pain, gas, cramping, diarrhea and bloating are some of the digestive issues which are associated with diarrhea. If your stool has a foul-smell, after you eat food which contains gluten then you must understand that your body is trying to tell you something.
Chicken skin or Keratosis pilaris is a skin condition which manifests as red bumps on the skin. They have the appearance of goosebumps, but they don’t go away as easily as they do. Together with dermatitis herpetiformis, these conditions have been linked to gluten intolerance.
Loss of focus and energy
Fatigue and a foggy brain are 2 more signs of gluten intolerance. They usually occur, because your body is working hard to remove the harmful substance and is wasting your normal levels of energy.
If you are experiencing the symptoms we mentioned above and you have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, then once again the cause of this might be gluten intolerance.
Epilepsy, depression, ADHD, anxiety and neurological issues like peripheral neuropathy are all issues associated with gluten intolerance.
If you are gluten intolerant and you continue eating gluten then you are putting your body in an inflamed state which can make it more difficult for it to contribute to the process of reproduction, regardless if you are male or female.
Food intolerances such as chocolate or gluten cause migraines which might turn to chronic migraine headaches.
Chronical fibromyalgia and fatigue
Chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia are caused by gluten intolerance. Usually people who have these conditions never manage to understand what causes them.
Inflammation, swelling and joint pain are usual signs of gluten intolerance. People who suffer from arthritis and continue eating a gluten full diet, only increase their pain and face harsher arthritis symptoms.
Mood swings can be caused by a gluten fueled diet. More seriously, gluten intolerance can lead to anger management issues.