7 Signs You Have A Gluten Intolerance
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley and oats. Gluten is related to more than 50 types of diseases. The number of people who are dealing with gluten intolerance is constantly increasing.
- Dysfunctional digestion
Dysfunctional digestion is one of the main symptoms of gluten intolerance. You may also experience bloating, gases, or even diarrhea.
- Mood changes
If you constantly experience mood changes, meaning that you feel sad, happy then you feel anxiety, pay attention to these changes and see if this is related to your consumption of foods that contain gluten.
- Joint and muscles aches
Joint and muscles pain, as well as inflammation and swelling in these areas are related to gluten intolerance.
- Keratosis Pilaris (chicken skin)
This condition also known as “chicken skin” is usually manifested in the back of the arms. It is caused by the inability of your body to absorb the fatty acid and vitamin A, which in turn results in damaging the gut.
- Chronic fatigue
If you experience constant fatigue even while performing low-intensity interval training, make sure to find out if this is related to your consumption of gluten.
- Migraine Headaches
Constant and chronic headaches can be caused by different factors, including gluten intolerance
- Autoimmune diseases
If you have gluten intolerance, and you still consume the same food, your body may develop autoimmune diseases such as lupus, psoriasis, arthritis, etc.