Symptoms Of Gluten Intolerance
There are always going to be different strokes for different folks. And so it is with IBS. Each and every one of us has suffered from irritable bowel syndrome in one form or another in different degrees, from mild to extreme, and for different reasons. IBS is but one of a number of symptoms related to an acute gluten intolerance. Other symptoms of gluten sensitivity include something known as gluten ataxia and a wheat allergy. IBS remains one of the most common stomach disorders, characterized by acute pains in the abdomen area. Other symptoms such as constipation and diarrhea are also common. In the US alone, as much as twenty percent of the population suffer from IBS. By going gluten free, many sufferers are helping to pave the way in helping others to understand and appreciate the many benefits of a gluten free diet, even when not exhibiting any telltale signs of gluten intolerance. Any form of discomfort experienced could be as a result of high levels of starch and sugar in the diet. These are fermented quickly by bacteria in the gut, and this extremity causes symptoms such as bloating, cramping and gas. Most IBS symptoms can be reduced by simply going gluten free. This is quite easy to do since many more products are being added to supermarket shelves showing the label 'gluten free'. You will usually find this on your children's favorite cereal boxes, and this is quite interesting because it is quite common for young growing