Nowadays, gluten intolerance is a common issue, and causes a reaction as soon as the individual ingests gluten.
Gluten is a protein found in barley, wheat, and rye. The most common signs of gluten intolerance are depression, fatigue, pain and depression.
Wheat is a grain which can be found in bread, pasta and cereal, as well as salad dressings and soups. Rye is a grain type which is included in beer, bread and cereal, and barley is a grain included in stock feed products. All of them include gluten, so they can lead to gluten insensitivity.
Gluten intolerance can further on lead to a disease known as celiac disease, which is classified as an autoimmune disorder and damages the small intestine.
As soon as the person ingests gluten, the body stimulates an abnormal immune response and attacks the intestines, causing damage which reduces the ability of the body to absorb nutrients. Currently, every 1 in 100 people is gluten-intolerant.
Moreover, as soon as you avoid gluten, the signs of gluten intolerance subside. Its most common signs include:
- Abnormal immune function
In this case, the IgA antibodies, which are found in the saliva and gastrointestinal tract, have a counter effect on the immune system. These antibodies are the primary body response to diseases, such as flu and cold. Thus, when they have a counter effect, the body cannot prevent diseases completely.
- Fatigue and exhaustion
According to medical experts, gluten intolerance may lead to fatigue and exhaustion as a result of inflammation and de-allocation of the energy reserves of the body.
- Headaches and migraines
People with gluten intolerance commonly suffer from migraine and headaches. According to a recent study, 56% of the gluten intolerant people experienced migraines, but only 14% of the control group suffered from the same issue.