The symptoms differ from one patient to another and, being common to other pathologies, d ificultan their diagnosis. For this reason, in a first instance, it is confused with an irritable bowel syndrome, delaying its diagnosis. The hematological analysis of certain immunoglobulins specific, less invasive, help in the determination of this disease; but the confirmation of the diagnosis is established from a jejunum biopsy. As for the selection of food, those who have the certainty of not containing gluten among its ingredients must be consumed, that is, wheat, oats will be strictly suppressed. barley, rye and any of its derivatives. Natural foods will be chosen, such as meats, fruits, vegetables, legumes, dairy products and derivatives, and allowed cereals (rice, millet, buckwheat, corn, quinoa). Food suitable for coeliacs should contain a logo on its label of a crossed out wheat or the legend "without TACC" (without wheat, oats, barley and rye). Patients should read food labels appropriately (to identify their suitability) , they should avoid sharing utensils with other people (avoid cross-contamination, to prevent the appearance of symptoms), they should make the preparations with non-fatty methods (steamed, baked, grilled) and, fundamentally, they have to learn about the pathology, allowed foods, and above all maintain a healthy lifestyle. When it's hot, regular perspiration allows the body to maintain its natural temperature. Similarly, sweat facilitates the cooling of the skin. However, when sweating is excessive it can become an inconvenience for us and for others. Combat excessive sweating is a matter of hygiene that is solved very well with a shower and a good deodorant. Table of Contents [see] Good body hygiene The disadvantages of perspiring too much come from the great stimulation of the sweat glands, particularly the eccrine glands.These glands are located in the armpits, on the skin, and on the soles of the feet, allowing thermoregulation of the body On the other hand, the apocrine glands are responsible for bad odors, and are found exclusively in the armpits.To combat the effects caused by sweating, it is necessary to maintain good body hygiene.A good shower, and the use of clothes clean, are two good allies to stay well-groomed at all times.The choice of deodorantDeodorants are designed to mask..