Were you aware that keratosis pilaris, which affects the back of your arms and is often referred to as ‘chicken skin,’ is a result of vitamin A and fatty acid deficiency, secondary to fat-malabsorption that is a result of gluten damaging you gut?
An autoimmune disease is what gluten sensitivity is. It creates inflammation throughout the body. Due to this, other issues and diseases tend to arise. You have to go to the root of the disease in order to get rid of it, which could be intolerance to gluten.
Fourteen Signs That Should Make You Place the Consumption of Gluten to a Halt
> Frequent migraines and headaches
> Lactose intolerance
> Wake up feeling fatigued and sluggish all day
> Acne as an adult
> Neurological symptoms such as feeling of being off balance or dizziness
> Hormone imbalances or infertility
> Chronic fatigue
> ADD, depression, anxiety, mood swings
> Gastrointestinal issues
> Skin rashes
> Malabsorption of vitamins
> Joint pain
Fifty-five diseases that can occur due to eating gluten were listed in the New England Journal of Medicine, including multiple sclerosis, lupus, arthritis, irritable bowel disease, cancer, anemia, inflammatory bowel disease, osteoporosis, and a lot of other autoimmune diseases. Gluten has also been linked to neurological and mental diseases, like schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and others.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that every mental disease or cancer case is due to gluten consumption, but it’s important to look into it as a possibility by removing gluten from your diet and analyzing how your body reacts to this change. To play it safe, go to the doctor and get tested.