For adults who have celiac disease, it's often that they do not experience any symptoms or they are very mild. The symptoms can occur at any age. If an adult has celiac disease they are more at risk for lymphoma which will develop in the intestine. They may be at an increased risk in developing cancer in the esophagus. If they follow a gluten-free diet it can reduce their risk significantly.



You are for more likely to experience health if you can stick to a diet free of gluten. The majority of people find that they are not experiencing their symptoms a couple weeks after making sure that they do not consume any gluten. The villi in the body returns to normal and the body can begin to absorb nutrients the right way. Maintaining this diet when the symptoms start, is essential. This will help prevent the symptoms from coming back and it will reduce your complication risk, such as risk of lymphoma.