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5 Most Common Digestive Ailments That You Should Know About
Digestive ailments are very common in people nowadays. Changing food habits, dependency on fast foods, lack of exercise and rest are all increasingly adding...
Common Digestive Problems And Ways To Treat Them
Digestive problems can affect the quality of your lifestyle and reduce the nutrient intake. Peptic ulcers, celiac disease, diverticulitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and constipation are common problems that affect the digestive system. While prescription drugs are usually used to treat them, drinking enough water, high-fiber intake, and exercising every day can prevent and treat them. Ensure that you seek medical help at the earliest when you notice symptoms like gas, bloating, acid reflux, and stomach pain.
9 Reasons Why You’re Seeing White Specks In Your Poop
If you’ve been paying close attention to your poop and see white globs in it, you might be wondering what they are. Poop isn’t...
5 Serious Health Conditions Your Doctor May Get Wrong
Thanks to lack of real tests that can prove its existence, IBS can be easily misdiagnosed. In the case of fibromyalgia the diagnosis is also hugely dependent on what kind of doctor one chooses to consult. Heart attacks are commonly misdiagnosed as heartburn, gastritis, gallstones or nervousness while celiac disease is often mistaken for IBS. Cancer is also often wrongly diagnosed because of lack of medical information or evaluation time.
Symptoms Of Celiac Disease In Children And Adults
Celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disorder that affects the digestive processes in the small intestine. The symptoms of celiac vary widely and sometimes there are no symptoms at all, making it a challenge to diagnose. Common symptoms in children tend to be digestive in nature, including diarrhea and vomiting, fatty stools, constipation, and abdominal bloating. Adults are more likely to exhibit symptoms like anemia, fatigue, depression, joint pain and arthritis, skin rashes, and infertility.
Will Cutting Out Gluten From Your Diet Improve Your Health?
In the quest for better health, glowing skin and easier weight loss, wellness experts have been discovering new ‘superfoods’ from different corners of the...
Symptoms Of Malabsorption To Watch Out For
Weight loss and malnutrition might seem like the obvious signs of malabsorption, your body’s inability to absorb certain nutrients or properly digest certain types of foods. But did you know that even jaundice and diabetes may develop from certain malabsorption syndromes? Gas, bloating, greasy stools, abdominal pain, and diarrhea are all common symptoms of malabsorption. With underlying causes ranging from lactose intolerance and celiac disease to pancreatic infections, liver disease, crohn's disease and even HIV or AIDS you need to be alert to the symptoms so you can get medical help in time.
All You Need To Know About Autoimmune Diseases
Over 23.5 million Americans have an autoimmune disease, in which the immune system attacks the body. Type 1 diabetes develops if it targets the pancreas. Inflammatory bowel disease impacts the digestive tract, while celiac disease affects the small intestine after gluten is eaten. Multiple sclerosis affects nerve fibers, while rheumatoid arthritis targets joints. If the hair follicles are attacked, alopecia areata is the culprit. Psoriasis affects skin cell turnover, while Hashimoto’s and Graves’ disease causes low or high thyroid function.
6 Possible Causes Of Celiac Disease
Family history, specific genetic mutations, and other autoimmune disorders make you more likely to have the disease. Childhood illness, the age at which gluten was introduced in your diet, and how long you were breastfed matter too. Knowing what causes celiac disease and whether you are at high risk can help you get screened early.
6 Benefits Of The Ancient Grain Einkorn You Need To Know About
Einkorn is an ancient grain that has recently gained popularity for its many benefits. It is also known as triticum monococcum and its history...
7 Medical Conditions Doctors Often Misdiagnose
Whenever you experience a health problem like sudden pains in different parts of your body, nausea, digestive issues, or other strange symptoms, you head...
10 Illnesses That Can Cause Extreme Fatigue
It’s normal to feel tired once in a while. Life can be get pretty crazy, after all. But if you’re always feeling bogged down,...
10 Common Autoimmune Diseases
An autoimmune disease is caused when your own immune system produces antibodies that attack your healthy cells. The immune system view these healthy cells...
Why Do You Get Non-Celiac Gluten Or Wheat Sensitivities?
Wondering why do you have gluten intolerance, even when your blood test for celiac disease is negative? Here is an answer to it!
Gluten Intolerance vs Celiac Disease: The Hidden Connection
We now understand that there are many more people who are sensitive to gluten, but who do not carry the genetic markers common to Celiac Disease, nor do they display the most common symptom of Celiac Disease. This is now classified as Gluten Intolerance or Gluten Sensitivity. Gluten Sensitivity can be just as damaging to one's health as Celiac Disease. So by finding out that one does not have CD, it is important to consider the broader issue of potential gluten sensitivity.
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