Adverse effects of gluten on the human body can manifest as a form of celiac disease, temporary gluten intolerance or gluten allergy.
In the most serious disease caused by gluten, celiac disease is celiac disease. Symptoms of celiac disease (gastroenteritis) and atrophy of the intestinal villi appear after gluten is introduced into the diet. In Poland, the number of cases of this disease is estimated at 1:15,000 children born. Celiac disease, or celiac disease, leads to damage to the small intestinal mucosa.
Active, classical celiac disease, the symptoms of which are (celiac symptoms):
- loss of appetite
- malnutrition and even cachexia,
- enlargement of the abdominal circumference,
- behavior change in the child.
The consequences of absorption and digestion disorders are:
- iron deficiency anemia
- protein deficiencies
- folic acid
- vitamin deficiencies
- secondary intolerance to disaccharides
- food allergy.
Late or unsystematic celiac disease gives symptoms:
- chronic malnutrition, i.e. growth deficiency,
- delay in bone age,
- curvature of the spine
- hypochromic anemia,
- atrophic gastritis,
- skin changes
- delayed puberty
- emotional disorders (irritability, difficulty concentrating, or even apathy).
The classic form now only accounts for 30% of all cases.
Do you want to know if your body is affected by gluten metabolism disorders? Perform the Body Load Test. This comprehensive examination will check what is going on in your body and what lesions occur and what should be done to eliminate the discomfort.