Obesity with Celiac Disease

Obesity with Celiac Disease

From the point of view of medicine, weight loss is indicated if there is an overweight-related disease. Most often it is arterial hypertension, atherosclerosis, and/or diabetes.

Children and adults have very painful celiac disease:

  • frequent symptoms of diarrhea;
  • diabetes;
  • chronic inflammation of the liver;
  • joint pathology;
  • mental retardation;
  • thyroid pathology;
  • stomatitis;
  • intestinal ulcers;
  • tumors of the mouth and gastrointestinal tract;
  • infertility, gynecological ailments;
  • epilepsy, schizophrenia, etc.

People with celiac disease may develop oncological pathologies, which are known for their high degree of mortality.

Adults with celiac disease have several times higher than usual risk of developing lymphoma (cancer of the lymph glands) in the small intestine and other places. They also have a high risk of developing small bowel cancer, and, to a lesser extent, esophageal cancer (cancer of the inner lining of the intestine and esophagus).

Weight loss tips from nutritionist M. Ginzburg

Refusal of food brings natural suffering to a person. Trying, again and again, to reduce their nutrition and breaking down every time, overweight people begin to be afraid of food and themselves. The so-called food neurosis develops.


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