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Signs of Gluten Sensitivity

Updated: Jun 20, 2023

Before being able to truly understand a food sensitivity, we first should understand the difference between a sensitivity, intolerance, and an allergy. The difference between a food allergy and sensitivity is the body’s response. When you have a food allergy, your immune system causes the reaction. Symptoms of a food allergy often include but are not limited to skin reactions such as hives, swelling, and itching, anaphylaxis including difficulty breathing, wheezing, dizziness, and death. Intolerance and sensitivity are often used interchangeably. An intolerance is often used to describe a sensitivity to milk where sensitivity is often used to describe a sensitivity to other foods such as wheat, eggs, and dyes. A sensitivity does not show up on an allergy test, however, it does not mean that the body won’t react to it.

When someone with a gluten sensitivity ingests gluten their body’s immune system reacts. Over time ingesting the gluten will break down intestinal lining, cause various reactions, and over time begin to affect the immune system which starts in your gut.

Reactions to a gluten sensitivity looks different for individuals. For some their blood sugar is impacted, some have difficulties losing weight, and others have brain fog. Common signs of a gluten sensitives can include bloating, diarrhea or constipation, autoimmune disorders, dark circles under eyes, unexplained headaches, joint pain, neurologic symptoms such as dizziness, and hormone imbalances such as PMS, PCOS, or infertility. Other physical signs of gluten sensitivities are constipation, mucus build up, and skin conditions. These skin conditions include chicken skin (or small bumps) on the back of arms or other skin conditions such as eczema.

The biggest thing a person with a sensitivity can do is to cut that irritant out of their diet. They can also take supplements such as Ultimate Aloe™ to help heal the intestinal lining. DNA Miracles™ Isotonix® Digestive Enzymes can also be used to help in digestion of gluten if it is ingested.


DNA Miracles Isotonix Digestive Enzymes

· Digestive enzymes, including protease (protein), amylase (starch) and lipase (fats).

· Uniquely formulated to aid children needing additional digestive support.

· Promotes stomach comfort and bowel regularity.

· Patented enzyme blend that better tolerates stomach acids and supports the normal digestion of dairy and gluten

· DNA Miracles Isotonix Digestive Enzymes works not only to promote stomach comfort, but also as a promoter of long-term digestive health.

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*The statements in this blog have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products or ingredients discussed here in are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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