About 15 percent of Americans deal with a certain type of gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity, and some of them will never be diagnosed with it. Do you think that you are one of them? In the text bellow there are seven signs that can serve as indicators:
- Keratosis Pilaris
It is also well known as “chicken skin” which is most frequently found on the back of the arms and the thighs. This happens as a result of deficiency of fatty acid, which is due to the gluten that has damaged the gut.
- Persistent headaches
Constant headaches or migraines are also some of the symptoms of the gluten intolerance. By the way, this could also be a sign of dehydration of the body, or some other disorders. We recommend you to visit your doctor if you have permanent headaches.
- Autoimmune diseases
Even the fact that this is not happening in one hundred percent of the cases, it’s not excludable that Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Ulcerative colitis, Scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, lupus and multiple sclerosis can be rooted in gluten intolerance.
- Routine digestive issues
If some digestive issues like bloating, gas, constipation and diarrhea are persistent with no apparent cause, they are probably result of gluten intolerance.
Another sigh of gluten intolerance are feelings of dizziness and lack of balance.
- Chronic fatigue
This could be a result of something easy as dehydration or of something as severe as HIV. You should visit your doctor if you face chronic fatigue often. Still, the brain fog, the feeling of tiredness and the fatigue can be some of the symptoms and indications of gluten intolerance.
Often, people who suffer from gluten intolerance are diagnosed with chronic fatigue or Fibromyalgia. If you are one of them, you should also consider the gluten as the possible cause of your condition.
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Source: Healthy Life Vision