The number of people on a gluten-free diet is on the rise and it’s not just a fad. You don’t have to have a full-blown celiac disease to have gluten sensitivity. One of many symptoms could be skin problems. 1 in 133 people has celiac disease, but only 1 in 20 has gluten sensitivity. That’s a lot of people and most of them don’t even know about it. Read on to find out other symptoms that might mean gluten sensivity.
Additionally, people may experience more general symptoms such as fatigue, hormone problems, skin problems, balance issues, headaches, depression, anxiety, insomnia, fertility issues, feeling foggy headed, and more. As a side note, I see patients who …
If you have gluten sensivity, staying away from gluten, will greatly improve your overall health, not just your skin.
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