Are you Allergic to Wheat? Find out if you are Gluten Intolerant.


About 50 diseases has been linked to Gluten – Wheat Protein Allergy. Gluten is a mix of protein found in Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats and related varieties and hybrids like Spelt, Kamut, and Triticale.

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More than 98% of the population who have gluten intolerance or Wheat Allery or Celiac disease cannot be cured.

As per the latest source, 25% of United States population, 75% of Indian population & 15% of Chinese population is gluten intolerant or have Wheat Allergy or Celiac Disease.

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Lets find if you could be one of them.

Do you have any of the below symptoms, if yes than it is a sign that you are Gluten Intolerant or Allergic to Wheat.

1) Feeling of unable to digest the food such as Gas, Bloating, diarrhea and constipated.

2) Small Little Red rough Bumps near hair follicles on the upper arms, thighs & buttocks or cheeks.

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3) Extreme tiredness, mental or physical exertion, weakness,  feelings of confusion, forgetfulness and lack of focus and mental clarity or feeling tired after eating a meal that contains gluten.
4) Acid reflux, Belching, Diarrhoea, Fat in stool, Heartburn, Indigestion, Nausea, Passing excessive amounts of gas, Vomiting, or Flatulence.

5) Diagnosis of an Immune system disease such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Lupus, Psoriasis, Scleroderma or Multiple sclerosis. Because of this, your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake.

6) Neurologic imbalance such as dizziness or feeling of being off balance.


7) Hormone imbalances such as Persistent weight gain, Belly fat and loss of muscle mass, Low libido, Fatigue, Anxiety, irritability and depression, Insomnia and poor sleep patterns, Sweating or unexplained infertility.

8) Migraines and other types of headaches, such as tension headache.

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9) Inflammation, swelling or pain in your joints such as fingers, knees or hips.

10) Mood swings such as anxiety and depression.

Get yourself tested for Gluten Intolerance!
The best way to find if you have an issue with wheat protein is to eliminate wheat for your diet. Take it out of your diet for at least 3 weeks – 4 weeks and then reintroduce Wheat back to your diet. You should know that gluten is a very large Wheat protein and it may take months and sometime years to clean from your system so the longer you can eliminate Wheat from your diet before reintroducing, Its better.

Try Gluten-Free Diet ( Wheat protein free )
Once you do an elimination what free diet or gluten free diet and finds out if, and how drastically, you are intolerant to eating gluten-free containing foods, you will come to know how important is for you to follow a gluten-free diet. If you get a serious reaction to gluten when you add it back into your diet after the elimination period, you should get tested for celiac disease to find out whether you need to avoid 100 percent of gluten for lifetime. If you are sure that you don’t have celiac disease, you must still plan avoiding wheat gluten as much as possible in order to prevent irritations, further digestive issues and ongoing symptoms.



  1. So it looks like anyone could have gluten intolerance or so called wheat allergy. I do feel tired on a every day basis, I feel bloated after each and every lunch. I guess, will have to get it checked asap. Thanks for the information

  2. A lot of people experience these symptoms on the daily basis so they think they’re normal. But actually you are abnormal ‘sorry for that’. Eliminate gluten, and some other toxic foods like sugar and then you’ll feel what normal should feel like!

  3. After a lengthy 3+ years of clear and significant symptoms as seen by my then Doctor and then referred to Gastro doctor, and an endoscopy and then biopsy of the lower bowel, I was diagnosed with “chronic proctitis”, which is a diagnosis, but not a useful one. I suffered almost constantly for 15 years. Then, 2 years ago in consultation with my new doctor, who I have been with for long years, I decided to try a Gluten Free diet for which I was very skeptical. I am not, and never have been, a food (or anything else) faddist. In a week I was symptom free, and have continued to be so for the three years since.

  4. There is a lot more that we don’t know about this subject, and mostly some of us old farts are not as dumb as some may think. It may well be something other than gluten sensitivity that is causing your problem, but until we know exactly what it is the most important thing is that we have some way to control it.

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