What is celiac disease?

Celiac disease is a multisystem disorder where the small intestines is the main part of damage and also one of the most underdiagnosed  hereditary autoimmune diseases.
The trigger for celiac disease is the contact of small intestines with gluten, the protein found in wheat, barley and  rye which has a severe destructive effect on small intestine, precisely on villis, keeping them inflamed for a long time. Long term inflamation of villis leads to malapsorption of the nutrients necessary for the life functions of all organs and such state of the organism leads to many serious conditions and complications. Untreated celiac disease leads to malignacy, other related autoimune diseases, depression, neurological complications and many more.