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Gluten Intolerance: Essential Facts for Those with Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitivity!

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How do you know when it's the right time to go gluten-free? If you regularly experience migraines, fatigue, rashes, or even anxiety, you could be suffering from gluten intolerance or celiac disease.

Intolerance to gluten or not, you can still improve your health and calm systemic inflammation by going gluten-free. Eliminating gluten from the diet is vital for those with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.

Run-of-the-mill stomach issues could lie much deeper than just eating foods that "don't agree with you".

If you have regular stomachaches and symptoms like bloating, gas, constipation, and diarrhea, you may suffer from gluten intolerance or even celiac disease.

Celiac disease is more common than most of us are led to believe.

6 Symptoms of Celiac Disease You Don't Want to Miss

If you experience any of the common symptoms listed below, your body may be crying out for help:

  1. Recurring headaches or migraines
  2. Fatigue and body weakness
  3. Skin disorders, allergies, or rashes
  1. Anxiety, depression, and moodiness
  2. Recurring infections
  3. Digestive discomfort

Celiac disease is more common than most of us are led to believe.

In the past four decades, there has been a notable increase in the number of celiac cases each year. As a result, more and more restaurants are catering to the gluten-free way of life by providing specialized menus for diners with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Research confirms that1:

  • Nearly one in 10 Americans is affected by celiac disease.
  • Since 1974, celiac disease rates have doubled every 15 years.
  • Today, five times as many Americans have celiac disease than in the 1950s.

The statistics are shocking, to say the least. But what's even more important to understand is that a condition like celiac disease can lead to a number of related disorders as the whole body is affected by chronic inflammation caused by gut permeability.

Serious health conditions triggered by celiac disease include:

  • Dementia
  • Osteoporosis
  • Autoimmune disorders
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