Need To Bring Awareness about Coeliac Disease

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Need To Bring Awareness about Coeliac Disease

Coeliac Awareness Week is being celebrated from the 13th of March and would last till the 20th of March. Throughout the week, the people would be made aware about the coeliac disease in which the immune system of the people refuses to accept rich protein food like wheat, oats, barley and rye.

In this particular condition, the bowel of the people suffers from minute damages which may include bloating, constipation and gastrointestinal symptoms. However, the symptoms of the disease could vary from people to people.

The people with Iron deficiency and with Vitamins and Minerals deficiencies could experience coeliac disease. If coeliac disease is not medically treated, timely, then it may lead to chronic poor health, dental enamel defects, osteoporosis, depression, infertility and miscarriage.

Therefore, it is advisable that people should not ignore the coeliac disease and should seek medical aid to get themselves treated timely. The products free from gluten like fresh fruit and vegetables should be consumed by the patients.

There are many who are not aware of being affected with coeliac disease. The one whole week event is aimed at making people aware of the coeliac disease. It has been revealed that in Australia about 160,000 Australians are suffering from coeliac disease. However, the saddening picture is that about 75% of the patients are not diagnosed with the coeliac disease.

The people are being encouraged to see their doctors if they experience bowel problem by keeping a tab over the activity of the body is the only way of maintaining a healthy life. Therefore, the symptoms of coeliac disease should not be ignored by people. Timely treatment is the only way of treating a disease like coeliac disease which can have serious consequences over health.


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