Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Symptoms

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www.dostrong.com www.facebook.com twitter.com More than 95% of people with gluten intolerance don’t know that they are gluten intolerant. I am here to talk to you about the symptoms that I experienced with gluten intolerance, along with some other common symptoms that you may also experience. Just so you guys know, gluten intolerance is simply another “version” of being celiac… Celiac simply means that you’re full-blown gluten intolerant, whereas, gluten intolerance can be different levels of sensitivity to gluten. If you think you are gluten intolerant or celiac, it’s extremely important to figure out what’s going on, because continuing to eat gluten can cause harm to your body, if you are in fact intolerant or celiac. There are a number of diseases that can occur if you continue to eat gluten. These diseases are briefly shown and discussed in this video. So watch, rate, and comment this video. Then be sure to add me on Facebook and Twitter. I would be more than happy to talk to you guys about gluten intolerance / celiac, and the alternative products that I am now consuming that are gluten free.

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3 Comments

  1. InsidersHealthTV

    How can you really know if it’s a gluten? rejection/intolerance or celiac disease, especially if doctors are unsure? We’ve covered this on our channel as well in anyone is interested. Have a great day, everyone!

  2. professionalblogger

    I’m glad that you found the video useful. I always had mind fogginess, and it? was extremely difficult to think… But only when I was on a high calorie diet. (for muscle building) So I thought to myself, if every time I eat more food, I get sick, then it must be food-related. Things just fell into place from there. As for the ADD, that really doesn’t surprise me. If you have a gluten intolerance, it really does affect your mind and ability to complete tasks.

  3. AlexCananC

    thanks for posting. I trialed gluten free for a month after i saw a well recommended nutritionist. aparently gluten can affect your mind aswell/ or your body if you’re intolerant. Its also quite common in people who have mild learning difficulties like ADD. that’s? cool that you had the dicipline to go with coz like so many things it’s not always easy to tell with just a blood test. 🙂

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