Stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, bloated belly, lack of appetite are just a few of the symptoms that celiac disease may present.
This disease is the "permanent intolerance to gluten from wheat, barley, rye and probably oats," characterized by an immune-based inflammatory reaction on the mucosa of the small intestine that makes it difficult to assimilate nutrients.
Treatment of celiac disease does not suppose the ingestion of any type of medicine. Just follow a gluten-free diet so that the villous injury that may have occurred is repaired. As far as possible, processed, packaged and / or processed foods should be avoided, and fresh foods should be used: meat, fish, vegetables, fruits.
Food allowed For these patients are: milk and dairy products (cheese, butter, cottage cheese, cream, etc).
Besides fresh meat, fish and seafood.
Eggs, fruits and vegetables such as legumes and legumes.
Rice, corn and tapioca (flour and starch) are also well digested by celiacs.
Seasonings such as salt, pepper, vinegar and beverages such as coffee, natural tea (not instant) and carbonated (carbonated) beverages are allowed for digestion.
It is possible that if a celiac Ingesting gluten products from time to time does not reflect distressing symptoms or does not go beyond abdominal pain. However, patients should be careful and take their diet strictly, as they would be damaging their intestinal villi.
* Celiacs should always read the labels of the food they buy, even if they are commonly used, because the manufacturer can change the recipe.
* Celiac disease is a digestive disease that damages the small intestine and alters the absorption of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in food.