Gluten-Free Diets: Who Needs to Think About Them?

Celiac Disease: People who have celiac disease need to avoid gluten because it causes the small intestine to get damaged by an immune reaction.

For some people, non-Celiac gluten sensitivity causes stomach problems like celiac disease, but without the antibody response. A gluten-free diet might help with these problems.

Individuals with a wheat allergy, which is different from gluten intolerance or celiac disease, should stay away from wheat because it includes gluten.

Dermatitis Herpetiformis is a skin problem linked to celiac disease. To control symptoms, a gluten-free diet is usually suggested.

Diagnoses of Autoimmune Diseases: People with rheumatoid arthritis or lupus may benefit from a gluten-free diet, but more study is needed.

Condition of the Nervous System: People with certain neurological diseases, like gluten ataxia, may need to follow a gluten-free diet as part of their care.

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Gluten-free diets may help behavior and symptoms in some autistic children, but research is equivocal.

A gluten-free diet may improve general health or aid with illnesses like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Before making such dietary modifications, consult a doctor.

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