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Imagine if you could never have a sandwich, or piece of birthday cake without it making you ill. That is what it is like to have celiac disease.

One in 179 people in the U.S has celiac disease, which means that there are 1,596,469 celiacs in the U.S.

This is a disease in which the lining of the small intestine is damaged in response to ingestion of gluten and similar proteins, which are found in wheat, rye, oats, barley, and other grains including hybrid grains such as triticale.

CEALICSymptoms in Celaic

The exact cause of celiac disease is autoimmune. The development of celiac disease requires a genetically predisposed person who is eating wheat, rye, oats, or barley. Even if these two factors are present, celiac disease may not develop until a "trigger factor" starts the abnormal immune system response. Sometimes, a viral illness appears to be that "trigger." Celiac disease causes the intestine's villi to become flattened and lose the ability to absorb nutrients. Weight loss, anemia, and vitamin deficiencies may occur as a result of the malabsorption (inadequate absorption of nutrients from the intestinal tract). After exposure to gluten, intestinal damage may develop within a few months or may be postponed for several years.

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