According to some studies, most of the people who are sensitive to gluten or are intolerant will never be diagnosed as such. The statistics are showing that 15% of the population in the US is sensitive or intolerant to gluten. In order to find out if you belong in this group, read on and learn the 7 signs that could help you:
- Keratosis Pilaris
Other name for this condition is “chicken skin” and usually occurs on the backside of the arms and thighs. The main cause for this condition is lack of fatty acid, which is result of gluten damaging the gut.
- Persistent Headaches
Continuous headaches and migraines are also symptoms of gluten intolerance. They can be also caused by dehydration and some types of disarrays. Anyway, you must visit your doctor if your headaches aren’t stopping.
- Autoimmune Disease
In some cases, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Scleroderma, ulcerative colitis, Psoriasis and Multiple sclerosis are related with the gluten intolerance.