Are You Gluten Intolerant And Don’t Know?

You will be surprised how many people are Gluten Intolerant and you may be one. Check out the 10 signs now!

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With Gluten Intolerance fast on the rise, we’ve put together the top 10 signs that you are gluten intolerant. We have also included a Gluten-Free Conversion Chart and Shopping List too.

Our post also has information regarding the difference between Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease plus the foods that should be avoided. We also share some excellent baking substitutes and even a grain cheat sheet. Be sure to Pin as you go.

What is Gluten Intolerance

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What Is Gluten Intolerance?

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This infographic from Dr. Axe shows us the various symptoms that are typical of Gluten Intolerance. Intestinal problems, fatigue, migraine, and headaches are very common.

Other consequences are behavior problems including stress and anxiety, ADHD, depression. Keratosis Pilaris is a skin problem that appears as little red bumps.

This problem is normally attached to improper absorption of vitamin A and also fatty acids, which in turn are triggered by harm to the intestinal tracts from extended periods of gluten exposure.

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What Are The Symptoms Of Celiac Disease?

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As you can see by the above Infographic from Gluten Dude shows the most common symptoms taken from 130 people that are currently living with Celiac Disease.

As you can see racing heart, sleeping issues, high blood pressure, night sweats are just some of the effects.

10 Signs You Are Gluten Intolerant

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Nature’s Happiness has provided this excellent chart that again you can refer to. They state that 99% of people that are suffering from this condition are never diagnosed.

They also suggest that the best way to know if you have a Gluten Intolerance is to eliminate it 100% for 2-3 weeks. You might like to check out our Elimination Diet post too.

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Gluten-Free Shopping List

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Over on Gluten-Free, they have this excellent shopping list that will be a great guide for you. They have sorted various foods into ‘yum’ or ‘run’ categories.

These days the good news is that there are pretty much gluten-free versions for most of your favorites.

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Gluten-Free Food Chart

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Musely has compiled this excellent list that has plenty of Gluten-Free Foods that you can include on your shopping list.

As you can see, grains and seeds, nuts and beans, meat and fish, fresh fruit and veg all are on the tick side of the list.

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Gluten-Free Baking Substitutions

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This Gluten-Free Baking Substitutions Chart lists some great Baking alternatives that are very easy to work with. You can swap out Cocoa Powder with Carob Powder.

Butter can be subbed out with coconut oil, avocado, and vegetable shortening. When it comes to milk, Almond, Coconut, Hemp, Rice and Soy are all great alternatives.

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Gluten-Free Flours Chart

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When it comes to baking, the good news is that you can make your own Flours. Some of the alternatives include Chickpea and Teff Flour, Almond and Hazelnut Flour, Arrowroot, and Potato Flour.

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Gluten-Free Grain Cheat Sheet

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This Gluten-Free Cheat Sheet is particularly helpful. It points out the many sneaky foods that you may be tricked by.

Lots of foods in the supermarket masquerade as healthy and also gluten-free when they are not. Be sure to keep this checklist handy as well as our post on hidden sugars.

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Gluten Free Conversion Chart

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This Gluten-Free Conversion Chart from Recipe Supermart shows you the necessary measurements required to substitute in your recipes. Again, this is another good one to Pin and keep on hand at all times.

Gluten Intolerance Video with Dr. Axe

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Fibromyalgia and joint issues are other effects that commonly cause inflammation, swelling, and also aching in joints, most frequently the knees and fingers.

Neurological symptoms like vertigo, wooziness, tingling or prickling might possibly be caused by a gluten-based disturbance within the immune system. Autoimmune diseases and body hormone imbalance are other effects. We have included a video from Dr. Axe that will be of interest. To view, click Play above ^

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