Anemia from 6 Unexpected Signs You Actually Have Celiac Disease Slideshow

6 Unexpected Signs You Actually Have Celiac Disease Slideshow

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Anemia

The lining of the small intestine responsible for absorbing iron can be damaged by celiac disease. The autoimmune response triggered by gluten can completely erode the nutrient-absorbing microvilli. Low amounts of iron in the body can be a sign that the small intestine isn’t properly absorbing nutrients.