Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disease that will require the individual to consume a diet that is free from gluten. There are a variety of symptoms that you may experience when you have this disease some are explained in detail below: Salient Celiac Symptoms: The salient celiac symptoms usually get [...]Read more ›
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The best case scenario involving the onset of celiac disease symptoms is that the consumption of gluten is discontinued immediately. However, in practice that might not be the case, on one hand because the individual might not know which foods to avoid and on the other, because even if information [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is one of the most severe forms of gluten intolerance as it is a more systemic response to gluten which includes the immune system and can trigger a lot of other problems, some of them which can be fatal. The following is a list of the main problems you can come to expect if you don’t take celiac disease seriously and don’t immediately cease the ingestion of gluten.Read more ›
The people that are diagnosed with celiac disease can still live pretty normal lives, without any issues but they have to be a little more careful to what they eat, where they get their food from, how they process the food they prepare at home and also, there are a [...]Read more ›
The unfortunate thing about certain celiac disease symptoms is that for certain kinds of people, for those that don’t have a stable income, sufficient education or enough places where gluten free foods can be purchased, gluten can sometimes be unavoidable from their diets, leading to escalation in how their symptoms persist and occur.Read more ›
Although similar, these two conditions, celiac disease and gluten intolerance are two very different medical issues. Let’s start with a clear definition of each one: Celiac disease is an immune response to gluten. It is therefore a defense mechanism response of the body that identifies gluten as a dangerous substance [...]Read more ›
Celiac Disease can affect anyone, at any age and unfortunately, to date there is no known cure, however changing your diet to a gluten free diet will control the disease. Celiac Disease can affect both adults and children and is triggered by a reaction in the intestine to the protein [...]Read more ›