3 Problems Caused by Gluten Consumption


You may have heard that a gluten free diet is a good idea for those who suffer from celiac disease or have gluten intolerance. There is now thousands of online health and gluten free sites like Lindas Diet Delites to help those who want to live without wheat, barley, rye, which is where gluten is main found do so as simply and conveniently as possible.

Roughly 90% of wheat crops planted today is genetically altered to assist agribusiness at harvest time. Subsequently, these large-scale productions of wheat crops have helped farmers put more food on the tables and money in their empty pockets; unfortunately, the grains of “super-size carbohydrates” aren’t exactly easy on the body.

Here is the Top 3 Problems Caused by Consuming Gluten:

Digestive Problems

One of the first things you would notice if you are allergic to gluten is digestive problems. You may not suffer from them every day, but they would become increasingly noticeable the more you consumed gluten-filled foods. Individuals who are allergic to gluten have gastrointestinal issues with symptoms including diarrhea and constipation, abdominal pains, which range from mild, moderate to severe and reflux. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome are also prevalent in individuals with gluten sensitivity as gluten’s preferred style of devastation is inflammation.

Cognitive Problems

Do you often feel sluggish, slow and downright stupid? How about starting something, like an important task or sentence and completely go blank in the middle of it, forgetting what you are doing. Individuals with gluten allergies report simple issues like spelling problems and short memory lapse all the way up to forgetting to retrieve their kids from school and not knowing where they live. Brain fog is another common problem associated with gluten intolerance. Disorientation, confusion and short-term memory loss are the hallmarks of cognitive issues stemming from gluten’s damaging impairment.

Dermatitis Problems

Dermatitis Herpetiformis is an extremely itchy type of skin rash. Individuals who suffer from this annoying rash often can’t help scratch them until they are raw and bleed because it itches so badly. Other skin conditions associated with gluten allergies include psoriasis, eczema, uncontrollable dandruff, urticarial or chronic hives and keratosis pilaris also known as “chicken skin”.

To avoid these and other symptoms which can lead to serious health issues, as well as long-term illnesses, adopt a gluten free lifestyle. Eat more fruits, vegetables and fresh fish and meats which are also certified gluten free.

Drew Hendrickshttp://p0g.com
Drew Hendricks is a tech, social media and environmental addict. He's written for many major publishers such as National Geographic and Technorati.

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