Thankfully, there is a cure for the symptoms and intestinal damage or skin irritation associated with celiac disease, but not the condition itself. The only “cure” is the permanent removal of gluten from the diet so that the small intestine can recover and return to normal functioning. Early diagnosis of celiac disease is critical and the gluten-free diet must be adopted immediately to eliminate symptoms and help prevent further complications associated with the disease.
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