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Gluten Symptoms That Aren’t Caused by Celiac Disease

Published March 24, 2017

Gluten Free... Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitive?

For many people, foods like macaroni and cheese, pizza, and doughy bagels are an enjoyable comfort food or indulgence (for others, they’re part of an everyday diet). However, there are many people who cannot eat foods like bread or pasta without suffering from uncomfortable symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, depressed mood, and fatigue. If you don’t have celiac disease, it can be confusing why gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, can cause such unpleasant symptoms. However, even without the trademark biomarkers indicative of celiac disease, people can in fact experience these symptoms—and for a long time, this has stumped doctors. Fortunately, new research has provided more information about the long-misunderstood gluten-related digestive and psychological symptoms that have plagued some people without celiac disease. And this increased understanding of non-celiac gluten sensitivity is likely to help bring relief to many people. Read more…

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