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It is difficult to imagine our life that we can never eat bread, rolls, or a French pastry in the polar confectionery.

In addition, we can also dispense with the usual cooking, mortar-making steaks, soups, at least those made with wheat, rye, barley or oats. One of the most prominent and common symptoms of celiac disease is a condition called celiac disease (gluten intolerance).

Symptoms of celiac disease

The body responds to a protein (gluten) found in cereals by an allergic reaction, which can lead to atrophy of the mucous membrane and consequent malabsorption. The child is depressed, impervious, abdominal bloating, and diarrhea, and his development is less than healthy. Nowadays, we only rarely meet with this classic syndrome.
It is much more common to have "just" stomach cancer, anemia, and growth disorder. It is important that we suspect that the symptoms are not due to lumbar spotting as soon as possible. (Nowadays, using a method developed a few years ago, we can answer this question relatively simply with the help of a single color.) The patient's complaints are eliminated if we remove gluten-containing cereals from our diet.
Accurate diagnosis is very important, because celiac disease is a life-long disease that we are born with, so it is important to take care not to give someone who is not sick a diet. Fortunately, specialty flour mixes made from corn and rice flour, potato flakes, and a wide variety of cereal products are now available. (Both grain and buckwheat are gluten-free grains).

When can you get a butterfly?

Even a few years ago, pediatricians advocated that foods containing flour (gluten), such as bread, biscuits, baby biscuits, lumps, and baby food should only be given to infants. In recent years, this suggestion has changed, as such foods can be gradually introduced into the baby's diet from the age of six months.
The change was justified by the fact that the later introduction of flour does not bring any benefit, but the child loses a lot of fun (complex carbohydrates, vitamins, primarily vitamin B). Previously, we recommended a later introduction of flour because it was thought that if the baby gets gluten after only one year of age, then celiac disease will be avoided. Other food allergies, such as cow's milk allergy, can prevent allergic disease by introducing cows' milk later. Unfortunately, this celiac cup is not true.

Starvation followed

A Dutch medical student, Dicke, discovered that celiac children were in Class II. they became better during World War II. During the course of long-term breadburn - the effect of a diet containing potatoes and tulips - the condition of fragile children has greatly improved. When the first Swedish breadcrumbs appeared in the Netherlands after the war, the symptoms began to flare up again.

The tip of the iceberg

Specialists compare celiac disease symptoms to icebergs, which culminates in well-known symptoms (abdominal distention, vomiting, growth disturbance, diarrhea, and in some cases, extensively over three years). As we move "down", more and more children experience fewer typical symptoms. When examining an abdomen, a weak, often depressed, anemic baby, it is rarely thought that the symptoms may be celiac disease. The real problem is the iceberg underwater, ie the patients who still have no or very little complaint.

Curds need to eat special bread

Is it worth filtering?

Because of the frequency of the disease, it may be necessary to extend the filter population to the general population. This is not possible at this time, but it is certainly appropriate for children who will experience the symptoms described above for an extended period of time. It is good to know that a significant proportion of women who do not recognize celiac in childhood do not become pregnant. Adult osteoporosis may also be a consequence of unrecognized celiac disease.

Modern test methods

In recent years, celiac disease has greatly facilitated the recognition that autoantibodies characteristic of the disease can be detected on a single sample. We deal with medical reports, EMA, and more recently TTG abstracts. EMA is the acronym for endosmic antibody and TTG is the transcription of tissue transglutaminase. The detection of the EMA is complicated, requiring great expertise, and can be accessed only in a few centers (No. 1 Pediatric Clinic, Heim Paul and Madras Street Children's Hospital).
TTG determination is performed at major gastroenterology clinics, so you don't have to visit the big centers to certify celiac disease. Anyone who has a blood test confirms the need for a biopsy (usually a small blood sample), as this can help histological picture, withering of the pile feathers. Bianka is such a celiac disease that she also develops itchy, inflamed skin inflammation when eating flour. If you follow a strict gluten-free diet, you will have no symptoms or complaints. Bianka appeared with her maternal client because itchy skin changes had reappeared two weeks ago. We talked for a long time about our schedule, looking for where the problem might have gone.
It turned out that for two weeks he had been eating a cream that had changed his mind for a couple of months with a lingering title. The new owner added a small amount of biscuits to his earlier recipe for ice cream, which was enough to start the curative immune process again. If the diet is inaccurate and the gluten in the diet is too low, the symptoms will return and the serology test will be positive again (EMA, TTG)

Breast allergy or celiac disease?

My baby was given a gluten-free diet at the age of two because of suspicions of lupus. I was tested for common diarrhea, frequent high-grade cataracts, and the weight did not increase significantly. The diet gave way to his complaints, and two years later a heavy-duty control test ensued. This meant that he could eat food made from wheat, rye, oatmeal and rum, and then a blood test which was negative. So did you outgrow the flourish?
Of course, we were afraid we could stop at home bread, but we were surprised to know that it was a life-threatening illness whose diet would only eliminate its symptoms.
K. F., Budapest
Cannot grow luster. Your baby may have been more likely to have a basal allergy. This disease, like celiac disease, can cause allergic symptoms (swelling, stomach, diarrhea) if you eat food made from wheat flour. However, in the case of basal allergy, the EMA or TTG test will be negative, so it can easily be distinguished from celiac disease.
The distinction of basal allergy from celiac disease is very important because basal allergy can develop into an allergic condition, and there is no need for such a rigorous diet because of the need for wheat.

Useful information on celiac disease

National Association of Lobbyists
Cnm: 1025 Budapest, Palбnta u. 11. The elders of Koltai Tünde
Tel: 06-1 / 326-0770, 06-30 / 9529-965
Szolnok County Group of the same company:
5002 Szolnok, Jubilee Street 1 / a, Pf: 104.
Tel: 56 / 514-317
E-mail: [email protected]
- Useful books:
Book published by the Szolnok Company: Completely gluten free
This can be obtained, for example, at the First Pest Mill and Steak House Co., Budapest IX., Soroksбri u. 44th
Many gluten-free products can be bought here.
T. Fodor Zsuzsanna-Dr. István Tokodi: Flour Luster and Flour Allergy. Diet Recipe Book

It only came to light in my adulthood

Two months after my first birth, complaints began, mainly diarrhea. At first, the doctor suspected of having an upset stomach. The complaints did not go away, so I went to the hospital two months later to investigate. At this point, I was already in a bad state because I was draining it. There were different symptoms of anemia. I also had a white problem that caused my legs to swell.
I received the infusion in the hospital several weeks later, different examinations were done, but it wasn't clear what my problem was. I went to the clinic from the district hospital where we could diagnose the disease with a small biopsy. Six weeks later, I was able to come home when we saw some improvement in diet results. I was physically and mentally exhausted because I could not see my little son during this time. So, I had to break away from him so many months ago. It was terrible.
When I was a kid I didn't have prolonged diarrhea, but I was always a small, abdominal, anemic kid. Despite this, I competed in sports, with very good results. My body was athletic, healthy.
After a trip to Bulgaria, I was in the hospital for weeks for diarrhea, but then I was fine. At the Department of Belly Medicine, where my illness was diagnosed, I was informed that myocardial infarction or childbirth could cause myocardial infarction. At the moment, no children are experiencing similar symptoms. One is twelve years old, the other is always breastfeeding a bit. The family also has a flabby little baby, so I just think she has a crippling disease.
I strictly follow the diet so I have no complaints. You can get used to this lifestyle, even though it was very difficult at first, the food and bread were not at all viable, and the scenes never succeeded. I have already learned how to make bread and can make two or two courses. But the raw materials are unfortunately very expensive.
F. Gy., Йrd