Wheat intolerance: symptoms

According to current nutritional recommendations, we should take cereals daily. But how healthy is wheat really? By genetic manipulation and breeding he is now so changed that our body can no longer properly use it – the following effects can trigger a wheat intolerance: Bloat. If the gluten contained in wheat can not be broken down by the body, intestinal bacteria must decompose it. They excrete gases that lead to bloating. Diarrhea. The intestinal villi in the small intestine (they filter out the nutrients from the
Food) may become infected and atrophy over time. Strong diarrhea is the result. Diabetes. Gluten intolerance and diabetes often occur together. Probable cause: Wheat causes the blood sugar level to shoot up. Migraine. Hypersensitivity to gluten can cause headache, migraine and chronic fatigue, as well as indigestion. More about "wheat intolerance" can be found here. Jasmine Altrock / Red