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Are your symptoms linked to a gluten sensitivity?

by , 31 July 2020
Are your symptoms linked to a gluten sensitivity?
For the past two to three decades, researchers have demonstrated that the offending proteins (including gluten, gliadin and glutenins) found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt, triticale, kamut, and possibly oats, can cause symptoms and sometimes full-blown diseases that reach far beyond celiac disease.

These diseases can affect nearly any area of the body, not just the intestinal tract. They are often called “non-celiac gluten sensitivity symptoms.

Conditions and symptoms that could be linked to a gluten sensitivity...  

Gastroenterology: Recurrent canker sores, chronic diarrhoea, constipation, gas, bloating, abdominal pain, celiac disease, and ulcerative colitis.

Hepatology (Liver disease): Autoimmune hepatitis, gallbladder malfunction, primary biliary cirrhosis, and elevated liver-function problems thought to be “of unknown cause”.

Heamatology (Blood diseases): Iron and vitamin-deficiency anaemias, vitamin K coagulation disorders, low white-blood cells (due to autoimmunity), and idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP, a low platelet count again thought to be of “unknown origin”).

Internal medicine: Unexplained weight loss, chronic fatigue syndrome, IgA nephropathy (an autoimmune kidney disease), kidney stones, and recurrent urinary tract infection.

Pneumonology (Lung diseases): Bronchiectasia (a disorder of small “bronchial tubes”)

Dermatology: Vitiligo (an auto-immune depigmentation disorder), alopecia (“patchy” or complete hair loss), hives, and dermatomyositis.

Obstetrics/Gynecolgy: Infertility, amenorrhoea (a lack of menstrual periods), recurrent spontaneous miscarriage, low birth weight, and vulvodynia (a painful vulva).

Rheumatology: Rheumatoid arthritis in adults and children, Sjogren’s syndrome, autoimmune connective tissue disease, systemic lupus erythematosis (“lupus”), scleroderma, and polymyositis.

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Neurology: Seizures accompanied by brain calcifications, cerebellar ataxia, brain atrophy, neuromuscular disorders, and peripheral neuropathy.

Psychiatry: Depression, schizophrenia, and autism.

Dentistry: Defects in dental enamel.

Immunology: IgA deficiency (IgA is an immune globulin).

Oncology (Cancer): Cancers of the mouth, pharynx, and oesophagus; intestinal lymphomas; other intestinal cancers; sarcoidosis; kidney adenocarcinoma; and rhabdomyo-sarcoma (a muscle cancer).

Orthopedics: “Spontaneous” fractures, osteoporosis.

Parasitology: Giardiasis.

Infectious diseases: Delayed recovery from infectious disease.

Endocrinology: Type 1 diabetes, autoimmune thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s), Addison’s disease (weak to very weak adrenal functioning), and Graves’ disease (another autoimmune thyroid problem).

If you suspect that your symptoms could be linked to a gluten sensitivity, ask your doctor for a tissue transgluaminase (tTG) test. 

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