What is Celiac Disease?
When people with Celiac Disease eat foods or use products containing gluten, their immune system responds by damaging the small intestine. The tiny, fingerlike protrusions lining the small intestine are damaged and/or destroyed.
People with Celiac Disease are more likely to have: Auto Immune disorders such as: rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjogren syndrome.
Along with Auto-Immune Diseases and Disorders such as:
What Causes Celiac Disease:
Celiac Disease is triggered by not being able to digest a particular protein known as: gluten. When gluten is consumed, an immune reaction occurs and starts to attack at the small intestine and the body doesn’t absorb the proper nutrients from food. This causes inflammation in the intestines and damages the Villi. Villi is what grabs nutrients and absorbs them into your digestive system; your small intestine is lined with your Villi. When you have an attack on the small intestine (what happens in a person with Celiac disease) the Villi is worn down and or completely vanished, and the body doesn’t receive the nutrients needed
Celiac Disease is also said to be a hereditary disease. If a family member previously had this disease there could be a possibility of you having it too and it passing from gamily genes.
Symptoms of Celiac Disease:
Symptoms of Celiac Disease vary and tend to be different in each individual person. This is part of the reason why Celiac Disease is hard to diagnose.
Triggers of Celiac Disease
Celiac Disease is triggered by foods that contain gluten.
Such foods are:
Anything that contains wheat, barley, rye or oat, are considered “gluten” which can trigger Celiac Disease.
Important Facts that must be understood:
Tests and procedures used to diagnose Celiac Disease include:
Blood tests can detect higher than normal levels of certain Antibodies in individuals with Celiac Disease. Antibodies are specialized proteins that are part of our immune system that work to eliminate foreign substances in our body. For people with Celiac Disease, their immune systems may be recognizing gluten as a foreign substance and producing elevated levels of antibodies to get rid of them. Your doctor may also want to order an endoscopy if he/she feels that there is a possibility that you might have Celiac Disease. Your doctor will then conduct a biopsy and take a sample of your intestinal tissue (in your small intestine) to see if there is any damage to the Villi.
Treatment for Celiac Disease:
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Please refer to our Diet Page for helpful tips on foods that will help keep your symptoms under control.