It is a medical condition that damages the lining of your small intestine. If you have coeliac disease - eating gluten - (a protein found in barley wheat, oats, and rye) triggers a response that irritates your small intestine and over time this irritation leads to inflammation.
Coeliac disease is very different and is much more severe than what is called gluten intolerance. Gluten intolerance is when there is an adverse reaction to gluten and causes symptoms but does not lead to damage of the intestines.
How to know if you have Coeliac disease?
The loose, watery stool is one of the first symptoms that many people experience before being diagnosed with celiac disease.
it is another common symptom that people with celiac disease experience.
Excess gas is a common digestive issue experienced by those with untreated celiac disease.