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8 neglected symptoms that could indicate gluten intolerance

8 neglected symptoms that could indicate gluten intolerance

Gluten-free is all the rage. Are you wondering if you should ditch the bread? Here are 8 neglected symptoms that could indicate gluten intolerance:
1. Anxiety. A 2013 study from the University of Maryland School of Medicine found several types of anxiety, including social phobia and panic disorder, are related to gluten intolerance. If you suffer from anxiety, ask your doctor about going gluten-free for a trial period to see if your symptoms subside.

2. Depression. People with gluten sensitivity are more likely to suffer from depression and similar mood disorders, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine found. This is especially true of elderly persons. In adolescents, celiac disease can cause low tryptophan levels, and therefore a range of depressive symptoms and behavioral problems.
3. Brain fog. If you feel like your head is in the clouds, you may be suffering from a side effect of gluten intolerance. A 2012 study from The Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield, UK found gluten reacts to antibodies that cause inflammation and mental fogginess.
4. Frequent illness. Hypothyroid Mom explains, people with gluten sensitivity have fewer IgA antibodies to fight disease than do people without gluten sensitivity. This means people with gluten intolerance are more prone to falling ill.

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