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Wellness – Getting Started & Next Steps

The Difference Between Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gluten-intolerant

These days, gluten-free diet is a major concern among medical practitioners. This is because most people view gluten-free diets as a dietary fad even if they do not have Celiac disease and they just avoid eating pasta and bread to ensure that they are healthy. However, both irritable bowel syndrome and Celiac disease actually have symptoms that are quite the same, and it may be the reason why people are confuse on which condition they really have. Some of the foods that are avoided by one out of ten individuals who are following a gluten-free diet at the start of 2017 includes oats, pasta and bread for the reason that they do not want to take the risk of being contaminated with gluten. Believe it or not, physicians say that only one out of one hundred people are actually suffering from a true Celiac disease. To put it accurately, Celiac disease is a condition that brings about an immune response that destroys the stomach’s lining every time an affected person eats grains that contains glutens.

For the reason that there is a fad going on regarding “clean eating” diets, people are also making use of it. At this moment, there are already a lot of articles that are released by the media to stop people from continuously following a diet that is gluten-free for the reason that it is actually unhealthy for them. What these articles claim is that it is more harmful to substitute rye and wheat and replace it with foods that are highly process or contains more salt and sugar. All sorts of metabolic problems are already linked to gluten-free diets and it includes diabetes.

Having said that, it is important that you know and understand that having a gluten-free diet does not necessarily mean that it is already unhealthy. Gluten-free diets are similar to other diets, it is better if it does not include processed foods. By way of example, it will no longer be surprising if a person’s overall health deteriorated because of the alternatives that are made from potato flour and tapioca.

Nevertheless, dietary problems that are thought to be solved with gluten-free diets are probably not going to be resolved at all, especially if the affected person really has IBS instead of gluten intolerance. Irritable bowel syndrome affects five to twenty of all people living in one country alone. Even though the cause of this disease is known by anyone, experts think that it is that quality of the person’s gut flora that causes its symptoms.

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