7 Obvious Signs of Gluten Intolerance that Everyone Ignores
About 1 in 133 Americans has some form of gluten intolerance. While it’s an easily fixable condition, many people wait for 6 to 10 years to be diagnosed. The vast majority of people with the condition will never be diagnosed.
And that’s a shame when you consider how far-reaching the symptoms are. Some people go to all sorts of lengths to treat the mental and physical symptoms of gluten intolerance without ever really figuring out gluten is at the root of their problems.
Are you one of them?
Let’s take a look at 7 commonly-ignored signs and symptoms of gluten intolerance.
1. Digestive Issues
There are many digestive issues associated with gluten intolerance. These include gas, abdominal pain or cramping, bloating, diarrhea, or constipation in children.
Also pay attention for foul-smelling stool and nausea after eating foods with gluten as that’s likely to be your body trying to tell you something.
2. Keratosis Pilaris
Keratosis pilaris, otherwise known as chicken skin, is a skin condition that appears as raised, hard bumps on the skin.
They look like goosebumps, but they don’t go away like goosebumps would. This skin condition along with dermatitis herpetiformis, a similar skin condition, has been linked to gluten intolerance.
It can be easy to shrug keratosis pilaris off as it’s technically harmless, which is why it often gets missed as a symptom of gluten intolerance.
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