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397 postsThu 14th Jun 2018 - 6:22am
An interesting point is that when people with celiac disease have Nuculture Review maintained gluten-free diets, they may find that they're able to digest dairy foods without having problems, due to the regrowth of villi in the small intestine.
Celiac disease is a form of digestive disease which has the ability to damage your small intestines. It also blocks the absorption of nutrients and minerals from your own food. Malnutrition and the lack of ability to absorb the essential nutrients needed by your body are its common symptoms. This type of disease usually occurs when your body cannot endure gluten.
Gluten is a special form of protein which is normally found in wheat, rye and barley. Its organic components are 7% hydrogen, 15%-18% nitrogen, and 58% carbon. Part of the digestive system is your small intestines where your villi are located. When your digestive system reacts with gluten it responds by destroying or damaging some of the micro villi inside your intestines.