8 Things Your Farts Can Reveal About Your Health

pumpkin spice latte calories place2be mango nutrition carbs in mango mango nutritional value beauty expert bupa healthcare private health care fruitarian diet weight watchers smart points calculator weight watchers calculator myhealthonline lean protein foods weight watchers freestyle glossier you weight watchers points calculator weight watchers points allowance calculator healthy rice weight watchers zero point foods weight watchers daily points calculator health promotion uk healthcare family healthcare

You’re sensitive to gluten

pumpkin spice latte calories place2be mango nutrition carbs in mango mango nutritional value beauty expert bupa healthcare private health care fruitarian diet weight watchers smart points calculator weight watchers calculator myhealthonline lean protein foods weight watchers freestyle glossier you weight watchers points calculator weight watchers points allowance calculator healthy rice weight watchers zero point foods weight watchers daily points calculator health promotion uk healthcare family healthcare
source : Healthline

No one can digest this protein found in wheat, barley and rye, says Dr. Gross—but if you have celiac disease, eating gluten actually triggers an immune response in your small intestine. The reaction can cause a breakdown in the lining of the intestine, affecting its ability to absorb nutrients; and the damage can cause excess farts, diarrhea, and even weight loss. “People without celiac don’t have these same changes to the small intestine, but still may get gas and bloating in reaction to the gluten they can’t break down,” says Dr. Gross. Researchers estimate that only 20 per cent of people with celiac disease may receive a diagnosis, according to the Mayo Clinic. If you suspect a sensitivity to gluten or celiac disease, talk to your doctor.

Open Next Page to Continue reading :
SHARE THIS ARTICLE!

Page 5 of 6