Gluten intolerance is still a new disease with many disagreements about who is most afflicted. One study claims women are the most at risk between the ages of 30-50. Another study claims there are no age or gender restrictions. What is agreed upon are the factors of trauma, physical injury, stress of pregnancy, post surgery, and severe stress resulting in gluten intolerance.
I don’t think you can develop an intolerance to a food by excluding it. What could happen, though, is that you may discover you had an intolerance by excluding a food you have always eaten. You may begin to feel better without realizing the source. Then, when you eat the food again, you will feel as though you developed an intolerance, when really you had it all along.
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