How Can I Know If I’m Gluten Sensitive?

Gluten is a protein naturally found in some grains, It acts like a bind. Otherwise, the gluten might be also a silent killer for some! How? Here’s a list of 9 signs that your body provides to tell you that you are gluten sensitive.

1-Swollen belly:

 

Many people experience health problems caused by eating gluten, especially digestive one, because the symptoms are often associated with the intestines, these symptoms are like nausea, diarrhea, or even constipation. Studies showed that over 10% of the world population suffer from gluten sensitive, but unlikely people associate these symptoms with other disorders.

2- Weight changes:

 

The ignorance of the gluten sensitive may cause a lot of several disorders like weight gain, the weight loss, abdominal pain, and constipation and that’s due to the intestinal inflammation caused by the gluten. That’s why, if you have noticed that your weight is changing without any reason, you should definitely go and see the doctor.

3- Hormonal disorders:

 

There is a viral link between the gluten sensitivity and the hormonal changes, which can explain the sleeping troubles, stress, libido’s changes, and other disorders that are directly associated with the hormonal changes.

4- Disorders of the nervous system:

 

The nervous system is a very complex system, so when the gluten quantity is high, it automatically leads to the inflammation of the intestines. As a main result, the symptoms of gluten sensitivity ignorance can include several disorders like insomnia, stress and depression. Otherwise, the person with gluten sensitivity may experience several headaches 30-60 min after every meal.

5-Hair and skin troubles:

 

Damaged hair, brittle nails and skin issues are often symptoms of so many diseases. However, hair loss and skin disorders are two main conditions directly linked to gluten intolerance. Symptoms include rashes that can appear all over your body. Another sign that might be a sign of gluten intolerance is the eczema.

6-ADHD:

 

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is one of the most common mental disorders affecting both children and adults, 75 % of people with ADHD suffer from gluten sensitivity intolerance. That’s why doctors often recommend a gluten free diet for people with ADHD in order to minimize the effects.

7- Unhealthy teeth:

 

People with gluten intolerance often have teeth with very poor conditions; actually the absorption of the necessary elements and minerals is done by the intestines. And this is the same thing for calcium, that’s why the gluten intolerance may cause damage to the teeth and the oral cavity.

.8- Anemia:

 

First anemia results from a decrease in the size or number of red blood cells, so as the part of the small intestine where iron is totally absorbed is the same area that is damaged when gluten is ingested for people who suffer from gluten intolerance. That’s why people with anemia should really pay attention to this protein.

9- Autoimmune disorders:

 

Researchers have proved that often people with autoimmune problems have a strong history with gluten intolerance. And that’s principally due to Celiac disease when the autoimmune system attacks its own intestine cells after gluten gets in. so people with autoimmune disorders should be aware of the fact that this autoimmune disease increases the risk of developing other autoimmune disorders.

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