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FAQ's For Celiac Disease

Symptoms of celiac disease include
Anaemia Abdominal pain
Constipation
Diarrhoea
Joint pain
Bloating or gas
Heartburn
Headache
Fatigue
Nausea
Mouth ulcers
Weight loss
Dermatitis Herpetiformis or itchy, blistery rashes
Faeces that is pale and floats
Nervous system problems

Celiac disease can be triggered by viral infection, emotional trauma, pregnancy or genetically being passed down from a parent.

Avoid any foods containing gluten such as bread, cake, other baked goods, crackers, cereal, pasta, pizza, noodles, pancakes, waffles, beer, etc.

Celiac disease if left untreated can cause major damage to the villi, hindering proper absorption of nutrients and resulting in devastating long term effects like nervous damage, malnutrition, loss of bone density, infertility, miscarriage and certain types of cancer.

There are no known medications used to treat celiac's disease. Doctors suggest maintaining a healthy, gluten-free diet.

Celiac disease is a autoimmune disease which causes gluten intolerance. Gluten is commonly found in wheat, barley, rye and other grains. Patients suffering from celiac disease cannot consume gluten under any circumstances, as it damages the villi (finger-like projections on the walls of the small intestine which help in absorbing nutrients from food). This results in malnutrition, loss of bone density, infertility, miscarriage, some neurological disease and even certain cancers. If the condition doesn’t improve even after a year without gluten, it is called nonresponsive or refractory celiac disease. Since symptoms are so caried and damage to the intestines is slow, researchers have found that only 20% of patients get the right diagnosis of celiac disease. Most don’t even know they have the disease, which may cause major complications of left untreated.

Symptoms of celiac disease include:
Anaemia
Abdominal pain
Constipation
Diarrhoea
Joint pain
Bloating or gas
Heartburn
Headache
Fatigue
Nausea
Mouth ulcers
Weight loss
Dermatitis Herpetiformis or itchy, blistery rashes
Faeces that is pale and floats
Nervous system problems

Celiac disease causes are relatively unknown. However, it does have congenital links. Parents or siblings having the disease stand a 1 in 10 chance of genetically passing it onto another close family member. It can also be triggered by a viral infection, pregnancy or emotional trauma.

There are no known drugs that can be used in celiac disease treatment. Doctors recommend major diet changes to cope with the illness. Grains that always contain gluten are wheat, semolina, rye, barley, Brewer’s yeast, malt, farro, farina, spelt, wheatberries, durum, graham, and wheatstarch. Some common foods to avoid include:
Bread, cake, and other baked goods
Breading
Crackers
Cereals
Sauces and gravies
Pasta or noodles
Pancakes and waffles
Beer

Many processed and packaged foods also contain gluten, and it is strongly advised that patients check the labels of food items like granola or energy bars, french fries, potato chips, meat substitutes such as seitan or veggie burgers, lunch meats, soy sauce, salad dressings and marinades, soup, and candy or candy bars before purchasing.

Some foods that are 100% safe to include in a celiac disease diet are:
Fruits
Vegetables
Meat and poultry
Fish and other seafood
Dairy
Beans and nuts
Starches like rice, corn or maize, soy, potato, tapioca, beans, sorghum, quinoa, millet, amaranth, flax, chia and nut flours

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