2. Smelly Feces
Every once in a blue moon it’s not unnatural to get diarrhea and constipation, but if it happens regularly that this may be a sign that you have a gluten intolerance, especially when your feces smells really bad. After a bowel movement, this is an obvious sign that you probably have a gluten intolerance. Also, individuals who have a gluten intolerance or are becoming closer to developing celiac disease find the experience inflammation in the gut after having a meal high in gluten.
This gluten damages the gut lining in the Villi which of these two extremely poor nutrient, vitamin, and mineral absorption, which results in digestive problems, frequent diarrhea and constipation, and a host of other problems. Because of this poor nutrient absorption, the feces will smell even worse, and may look pale in comparison to a regular motion. also because you will have to pass more frequently, there will be a large loss in electrolytes, fatigue, and excess dehydration.