Gluten allergy (Celiac disease) is an autoimmune disease that afflicts one out of every one hundred Americans. This disorder is the result an intolerance to gluten, which is a protein found in barley, rye, and wheat. It is distinguished by unfavorable reactions to gluten. Celiac disease is the harshest level of gluten intolerance. That said, 0.5 to 13% of individuals suffer from a non-celiac gluten allergy. Here are the 10 most common gluten intolerance symptoms.
Lack of Symptoms. As luck would have it, a lot of people who are afflicted with gluten intolerance, or celiac disease, do not have any symptoms at all. This is not a good thing because intestinal harm can take place even if there are no symptoms. Thanks to new screening methods, individuals who never even suspected they had the disorder are getting diagnosed.