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Those extra enzymes may also help prevent food malabsorption and leaky gut, in which food particles and/or microbes make their way out of the intestines and into the bloodstream, causing inflammation.
That, in turn, leads to the common signs and symptoms of celiac, such as diarrhea, abdominal bloating, malabsorption of nutrients, and weight loss.
The damage to the intestines causes malabsorption, potentially cancer and other health issues.
These short-chain carbohydrates found in a wide range of nutritious foods are particularly susceptible to malabsorption in your small intestine.
There are theories, ranging from nutritional deficiencies and malabsorption issues to compulsive behavior disorders.
In this disorder, a bacterium known as Tropheryma whipplei attacks the digestive system, causing abdominal pain, diarrhea and malabsorption.
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malabsorptiveplay \-tiv\ adjective
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