I love the smell and taste of bread
But... If you suffer from gluten intolerance or sensitivity it may be delaying your skin’s progress.
“Gluten intolerance can also affect your skin.
A blistering skin condition called dermatitis herpetiformis is the skin manifestation of celiac disease (25Trusted Source).
Everyone who has the disease is sensitive to gluten, but less than 10% of patients experience digestive symptoms that indicate celiac disease (25Trusted Source).
Furthermore, several other skin diseases have shown improvement while on a gluten-free diet. These include (26Trusted Source):
Psoriasis: An inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by scaling and reddening of the skin.
Alopecia areata: An autoimmune disease that appears as non-scarring hair loss.
Chronic urticaria: A skin condition characterised by recurrent, itchy, pink or red lesions with pale centres.
The best way to figure this out is to go get tested by a medical professional. Another tip is you can eliminate gluten foods and see if your skin does better, or you no longer suffer from- bloating/headaches/itchy skin/fatigue/ abdominal pain/ diarrhea.
Anyway I hope this helps Remember just try to limit, you don’t have to eliminate. Just my two cents to help you achieve your skin goals!