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Sharp weight loss
Itchy skin rash
Celiac disease is a multifactorial gastrointestinal disorder. That’s a fancy way of saying that while it has a genetic basis, it is triggered by factors in the environment.
Your entire diet should be devoid of any foods that contain gluten. This means that you have to stay away from: beer, bread, cookies, cake, and other wheat products.
Using Mineral and Vitamin Supplements
If you have developed a serious case of malnutrition, doctors may recommend using supplements that contain Zinc, Vitamin K, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Iron, Folate or Copper.
Dermatitis Herpetiformis Treatment
Some prescription medications such as dapsone might do the trick.
Steroids for Managing Intestinal Inflammation
Steroids can help the small intestine continues to heal.
Home Remedies and Lifestyle Programs
Activated charcoal, ginger, omega-3, turmeric, and herbal infusions are some of the most recommended home remedies.
Celiac disease is characterized by allergic to gluten. The automatic immune reaction attacks and damages the villi lining the small intestine impairing, and eventually preventing them from aiding the absorption of minerals, vitamins and other micronutrients from what you eat.
Some people have developed celiac disease after undergoing traumatic stress, childbirth, pregnancy, surgery or viral infections.
Genes, along with consuming foods rich in gluten, and a host of other factors can lead to celiac disease.