Gluten Sensitivity Tests & Gluten Related Disorders

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Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and oats. It is what gives these grains their chewy texture. Gluten helps give breads, cakes and other baked goods structure while they are being cooked. Gluten-free diets have become popular as people search for ways to lose weight and prevent or alleviate symptoms of gluten related disorders like celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that affects the small intestine when you eat foods containing gluten. Symptoms of celiac disease include abdominal pain, bloating or diarrhea right after eating gluten containing foods. People with celiac disease may also experience fatigue, joint pain and depression.

Non-celiac gluten sensitivity is not an autoimmune disorder but it can cause similar symptoms to celiac disease, such as intestinal damage and inflammation that leads to digestive issues like diarrhea, abdominal pain or bloating after eating foods containing gluten.

People who suspect they may have celiac disease should visit their doctor for a blood test before going on a gluten-free diet because this can help determine if it is indeed celiac disease or another condition associated with symptoms like diarrhea or constipation due to irritable bowel syndrome or Crohn's disease

Gluten Sensitivity Tests

Gluten sensitivity is not an allergy. It's a condition that some people have when their bodies react to the gluten in wheat, barley and rye. Gluten sensitivity can cause symptoms like bloating, stomach pain, diarrhea and constipation.

A doctor or nutritionist can run gluten sensitivity test to see if you have gluten sensitivity. The tests will measure levels of antibodies in your blood that are linked with celiac disease. If you do have celiac disease, you'll need to follow a gluten-free diet for life.

If you don't have celiac disease but still have symptoms after eating foods with gluten, you may be sensitive to gluten. You may be able to eat small amounts of food with gluten without having symptoms as long as it's well-cooked and thoroughly chewed before swallowing so it doesn't irritate your stomach lining.

Wheat Zoomer Test

The wheat zoomer test is a quick and easy way to check if you have gluten intolerance or celiac disease.

Gluten is found in many foods, including wheat, barley, rye and oats. If you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance, eating it can cause damage to your small intestine. This can lead to bloating, diarrhea and other digestive symptoms.

The wheat zoomer test works by mixing a small amount of wheat flour with water and then pouring this mixture through a funnel. If the mixture moves slowly through the funnel, then there’s no gluten present. But if it moves quickly through the funnel, this means there’s gluten present in the flour and it could be damaging your digestive system.

The test doesn’t just look at how well your body digests the wheat; it also checks for other components in the flour that might cause you problems even if they don't affect your digestion as much as gluten does.

Conclusion

These possible options should help you get started on the road to discovering—and hopefully improving—your health. It's also important to realize that while these tests may help you determine whether or not you have gluten sensitivity/gluten related disorders, they are not intended to be diagnostic. Non-celiac gluten sensitivity has only recently been discovered, so there's still much more research needed before it can be reliably diagnosed among patients.


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Publicado en Health en noviembre 16 at 05:42
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