Usually vomiting is not due to disease of the stomach but due to the generalised effect of another illness...

FAQ: Do I have coeliac disease if my symptoms improve with wheat exclusion

Probably not. Dietary exclusions are often helpful in irritable bowel syndrome. Avoiding wheat is one of the most common beneficial exclusions. This is not usually due to wheat allery or damage to the bowel wall lining from wheat. Probably the benefit comes from reduction in wind formation and consequently less cramping pain from distension of a sensitibe bowel.


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