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Is there a connection between gluten consumption and low iron or iron deficiency anemia?Simple answer is yes. As a matter of fact, iron deficiency is one of the top deficiencies in people with gluten related issues. It’s because gluten can actually damage the part of the stomach – the lining – that’s responsible for secreting the acid that helps you to absorb iron. It’s also because gluten can damage the part of the small intestine where iron is absorbed into your bloodstream. So it is very, very common to see people with gluten issues also have iron deficiency that leads to anemia.
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