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Can a gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity show up later in life?

I have always had clear skin (thanks for the good genetics mom and dad) but I noticed my skin getting really oily and red recently. I think it is because I ate Italian twice this weekend and had a lot of carbs. I have never had an issue before, but the connection seems pretty direct. Delicious as they may be, I think that the carbs causing my skin to break out. Help!

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Yes, gluten intolerance can definitely show up later in life. Just like other food intolerances like lactose and histamine, the gut microbiome can affect your ability to digest and breakdown foods. Gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity usually results from poor gut health and poor immune response (I see it a lot on my auto-immune clients) - always check out the gut especially with skin conditions.


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