While the rest of the world can go by eating wheat products like pizzas, bread, and pasta just fine, a small number of people are sensitive to the gluten present in them.
According to study reports, 1% percent of the U.S. population is affected by Celiac disease, and 6% of the population is affected by Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.
The symptoms of gluten intolerance can range from mild to life-threatening, which we will discuss in today’s video. What is Celiac Disease? And what are the symptoms of a gluten allergy? We’ll get into that AND more…let’s get started!
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Intro – 0:00
Symptoms Of Celiac Disease – 0:39
Diarrhea And Constipation – 0:56
Fatigue – 01:15
Skin Reactions – 01:36
Depression And Anxiety – 02:01
Iron Deficiency Anemia – 02:26
Weight Loss – 02:59
Bone Problems And Muscle Pain – 03:16
Leg Or Arm Numbness – 03:49
Autoimmune Disorders – 04:18
Symptoms Of Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity – 04:44
Bloating – 05:03
Abdominal Pain – 05:26
Headaches – 05:45
Brain Fog – 06:05
Symptoms Of Wheat Allergies – 06:45
Skin Rash – 07:11
Digestive Issues – 07:29
Nasal Congestion – 07:53
Anaphylaxis – 08:20
Symptoms Of Celiac Disease
Before we start, here are a few things you need to know about Celiac Disease. Celiac disease is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage the digestive system. Signs of Celiac disease are shown in a variety of symptoms.
Diarrhea And Constipation
People with celiac disease experience diarrhea and constipation after eating gluten products and experience smelly feces caused by poor nutrient absorption. Poor nutrient absorption is due to the inflammation of the small intestine caused by gluten.
Do you experience tiredness after you have had a full course meal? Like in any other autoimmune disease, people with celiac disease experience regular tiredness and fatigue. Signs such as frequent diarrhea, pain, and sleep disruptions are something to look out for.
Your skin can indicate signs of Gluten Intolerance. Dermatitis Herpetiformis is a blistering skin condition that is a common symptom of celiac disease.
Depression And Anxiety
People who experience digestive issues due to gluten intolerance are more prone to anxiety and depression than others. It is also a common symptom in those with celiac disease.
Iron Deficiency Anemia
With celiac disease, nutrient absorption in the small intestine is difficult due to inflammation caused by gluten consumption. This inflammation will cause your body to absorb less iron from food. Studies suggest that iron deficiency can be significant in children and adults with celiac disease.
Another factor of poor nutrient absorption can also lead to sudden weight loss. According to a study on celiac disease patients, two-thirds of the patients had lost weight in 6 months.
Bone Problems And Muscle Pain
Just like iron deficiency, Individuals with celiac disease may find it difficult to absorb enough calcium and vitamin D, which can lead to other bone-related problems such as osteoporosis.
Leg Or Arm Numbness
Another symptom of gluten intolerance is neuropathy, a condition that involves tingling and numbness of the arms and legs. This condition is also common in individuals with diabetes and vitamin B12 deficiency.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition that causes your immune system to attack your digestive system after you eat gluten and makes you prone to other autoimmune diseases such as autoimmune thyroid disease.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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