Symptoms of gluten intolerance

Symptoms of gluten intolerance manifest themselves differently from one person to another. Some people are more sensitive and have more serious consequences than others.

In children, weaknesses, anemia and recurrent diarrhea, lack of normal growth may point to an intolerance to gluten.

In adults, victims of gluten intolerance often suffer from gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea, abdominal pain, flatulence, extreme fatigue, depressive episodes, aching bones or joints, small ulcers inside the mouth, skin problems (dermatitis herpetiformis) weight loss or abnormal weight gain.
Gluten intolerance is also often associated with other diseases such as ataxia, arthritis, neuropathy, depression, diabetes type 1, etc.