Gluten intolerance or celiac disease is definitely real, but it is not an allergy.It is an intolerance.
In an allergy it is the immune system that reacts very violently to a particular protein in the diet.This often leads to life-threatening symptoms. A classic example is the peanut allergy.
Actually, gluten intolerance is a bit of a wrong name because a group of proteins is within the gluten complex that causes the actually reaction: Gliadine.For instance, Rice contains gluten but no gliadine.
The intolerance implies that when gliadine-containing foods are consumed, the intestinal mucosa is affected.
This is really true.In addition, there is indeed a movement of people who do not have a diagnosis, but still feel a difference when eating gluten or gliadin-containing cereals. It is difficult to say whether it is a hype or perhaps a milder form of celiac disease without a double blind trial. Chances are, however, that in many cases it is a kind of placebo effect.
Gluten allergy or as Ben Baert indicates, gluten intolerance, is definitely real.
However, there are many fewer people who actually suffer from it if there are people claiming to suffer.It does have a really high hype content. Furthermore, there are also people who benefit from a low diet due to other conditions.
People who wrongly switch to a low diet are at risk of other problems because they get too few minerals and vitamins.In a balanced diet you should hear gluten.
Pay attention to how you compose your diet.Do not exclude anything, but look for the balance. You have everything you need to stay healthy.
Others have already said that a gluten intolerance is definitely real, I just want to add that it is certainly not something recents. Celiac disease was first treated with a gluten-free diet by the Dutch pediatrician Willem Karel Dicke.
He noticed during the hunger winter of 1944-芒 鈧劉 45 that some of his patients with celiac disease became healthier, although a famine prevailed.This was because they did not ate bread anymore. For this, there were already suspicions that it would have something to do with carbohydrates, but he was the first to suggest a gluten-free diet for his childhood patients.
And this helped!Not a hype so, already a while in use, but actually now for the first time outside medical prescriptions. Or the gluten free diet for people who have no official diagnosis of celiac disease is now a hype, well perhaps. Perhaps they are suffering from other foods in their gluten products, perhaps a hypersensitivity to gluten by a changing way of life is now more present in society. That is also a theory for why we now see more people with allergials (real allergies, not hype), although celiac disease is not an allergy.
And maybe it’s a placebo effect.That is also something that really is a phenomenon. If people say that it is better for them to be gluten free, then I would not question that so quickly. What the reasons are that they feel better, is not that easy to figure out without research.
Yes. Gluten allergy is celiac disease, a condition in which IgA antibodies are formed against, among other things, gliadin, a substance of gluten, which leads to serious damage to the cystic fibrosis, this leads again to poor recording of the diet, deficiencies, Malnutrition, etc., we now know of many more symptoms including brain problems see Celiac disease-Gastric Liver gut Foundation
The question is probably about gluten sensitivity, here the books are not yet closed, part is likely not true, and due to fermentation of FODMAPs in the diet, according to this research No effects of gluten in patients with Self-reported non-celiac gluten sensitivity after dietary reduction or fermentable, poorly absorbed, short-ch… -PubMed-NCBI , later the author Jessica Bisiekierski noted that there were some indications that some gluten-related disease images have been described without being allergic to gluten, From Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
My 芒 鈧?艙stepfather 芒 鈧?has a very rare brain disorder (ADCA) and a gluten free diet helps to reduce symptoms.
So there is influence of gluten in its specific situation. To make generalizing statements on this basis, I go too far.
I do not know any studies on this subject where there are clear conclusions.So the question is not (yet) to answer.
Celiac disease is called an autoimmune disorder caused by eating gluten.But that is a condition when someone has to do that on a gluten free diet and what is more common is that we immediately determine a smaller bloating after eating that we have. If you have celiac disease you are not off with a little bloating that usually disappears to few hours.
Any allergy can have psychological and/or physical causes.When gluten is a violent reaction physically, it is indeed as 芒 鈧?虄patho芒 鈧劉 to scale.
It is a medical condition if the diagnosis is made.However, at most there is no diagnosis and one calls some. Then it’s a 芒 鈧?艙hype芒 鈧? It generates a lot of personal attention.
Lol I thought that that guest made a little bit but he got sick tis really something