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8 Signs Of Gluten Intolerance Everyone Ignores

It’s been said that the vast majority of people who have a gluten intolerance will never be diagnosed and that, depending on who you ask, somewhere between .5% and 20% of Americans suffer some form of gluten intolerance or sensitivity. Are you one of them? Here are the 8 subtle signs to look for:

1. Routine digestive issues.

Gas, diarrhea, bloating, and constipation that persists seemingly without cause is one of the most obvious signs. Constipation is a common sign of gluten intolerance in children.

2. Keratosis Pilaris.

Otherwise known as “chicken skin” that’s commonly found on the backs of arms and your thighs is the result of fatty acid deficiency caused by gluten damaging the gut.

3. Chronic fatigue.

Chronic fatigue can be caused by something as easy to fix as dehydration and as severe as HIV. If you have chronic fatigue, see a doctor about it. Fatigue, brain fog, and feeling tired especially after meals that contain gluten are another clear indicator.

4. Dizziness.

Dizziness and feeling off balance is yet another sign of gluten intolerance.

5. Fibromyalgia.

Some people diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue actually have gluten intolerance but don’t realize it. If you’ve been diagnosed, consider gluten as the potential cause.

6. Mood disorders.

Anxiety, depression, mood swings, ADD, ADHD, and anxiety are sometimes caused by gluten intolerance. Remove gluten from the diet and see if the disorders improve.

7. Persistent headaches.

Migraines and persistent headaches is another potential sign of gluten intolerance. They can also be signs of dehydration and other disorders. See a physician if your headaches don’t stop.

8. Autoimmune diseases.

Certainly not in all cases, but in some cases, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Lupus, Scleroderma, Multiple Sclerosis, and Psoriasis have been found to be rooted in gluten intolerance.
What do you think? Is it possible that some of your health woes are rooted in gluten intolerance?
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