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Adults who are intolerant to gluten may experience digestive upset, such as an occasional case of bloating, constipation and diarrhea, according to Healthline. When the body cannot properly digest gluten, it results in a... More »

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WebMD uses gluten intolerance to refer to patients who test negatively for celiac disease but still display symptoms. Gluten intolerance does not damage the intestine. Because there are no tests for it, doctors rely on p... More »

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People who are gluten intolerant experience symptoms of celiac disease that include abdominal pain, diarrhea and bloating after eating foods with gluten, explains WebMD. Some patients may experience an upset stomach, fat... More »

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