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How Long Does It Take for the Gut to Repair Itself After Gluten Exposure?

Possible factors for intestinal damage are celiac disease, nutritional deficiencies, and gut dysbiosis.

However, some people may experience longer and less pleasant roads to recovery. According to many findings, confounding factors can delay the healing process. These factors are seemingly countless and include a wide range of sensitivities. Gluten sensitivity where the body is making antibodies to combat gluten, which increases the inflammation one experiences and delays the healing process, is among the diseases that fall in this category. Celiac disease, uncontrollable inflammation of the gut, nutrient deficiencies, gut dysbiosis, which is the wrong kind, amount, and/or location of specific microorganisms in the intestines are all possible confounding factors. Other common factors are infections, stress-levels, whole-body inflammation, and chronically high insulin levels.