Do You Need To Go Gluten Free?

If your body can’t deal Gluten, you have a very serious condition and should immediately learn about going gluten free.  If this pertains to you, please read the following and start to learn as much as possible about becoming gluten free.  Don’t eat anything else that might contain gluten until you find out if your body can stomach the intake of gluten. 

Gluten intolerance, sometimes known as celiac disease, is an autoimmune disorder.  It begins as your body’s inability to process certain proteins but then evolves into a serious form of malnutrition.  

Early gluten intolerance symptoms include gas and bloating, especially after eating something with gluten in it. A little later, you develop constipation, fatigue and dizziness. The uncomfortable state of constipation is a common side effect too.  Then once celiac disease is further along, you begin to experience abdominal pain, backbreaking constipation or diarrhea, chronic fatigue, headaches, numbness in your hands and feet, increasing allergies and asthma and night sweats.

You may not experience all of these, and the rate at which you develop these symptoms will vary depending on the individual. Some people live their entire lives and never realize or find out that they’re intolerant to gluten. Don’t mistake this for a mild from of celiac disease as they may have developed serious conditions as a result of a slow-developing and misunderstood malnutrition problem.

The most important thing for you to do if you have any intolerance to gluten at all is to completely eliminate gluten from your diet as quickly as possible.  This will take a lot of effort and self-education, but going on a gluten free diet can quickly help your overall health and start you down the path of living a more comfortable lifestyle.  

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