Effects of Coeliac Disease on Your Teeth and Gums

Ever wondered why the enamel on your teeth looks pitted or odd, you have mouth sores and your mouth is as dry as the bottom of the proverbial budgie’s cage? It could all be linked to your gluten sensitivity – even after you have gone gluten free according to this article. Might that be continuing because you are ingesting cross-reactive gluten foods so the body still reacts as it would to standard gluten? May be.

Read here on the mouth issues that seem to come with gluten illness:

Effects of Celiac Disease on Your Teeth and Gums

And you can see my Gum Problems Factsheet here with a fab video on natural treatments.

And see here for more on the cross-reactive foods issue:

The Gluten Healing Process

2 Replies to “Effects of Coeliac Disease on Your Teeth and Gums”

  1. My dentist put me on to Baking Soda toothpaste to improve my teeth sensitivity and enamel, and it did, after the fancy toothpastes were no help. It took 2 or 3 weeks for the Baking Soda toothpaste to work and my teeth haven’t been sensitive since.

  2. That’s great Anna, thanks for sharing. I would imagine it has a lot to do with baking soda alkalising the mouth which would reduce infective bacteria and help remineralise. I use it plain on my teeth about twice a week. Which brand are you using?

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