Arthritis is NOT a symptom of gluten intolerance. Accepted symptoms include:A possibility of headaches, mouth ulcers, weight gain or weight loss, poor immunity to disease, and skin problems like dermatitis and eczema. The most common and well-known Gluten intolerance symptoms are gastro-intestinal (diarrhoea, flatulence, bloating, etc.). Also associated symptoms are miscarriage and infertility and malabsorption problems like anemia. If you have these symptoms, then you should consult a physician who will probably recommend that you eliminate all gluten from the diet, which means no: Barley, bulgur, most cereals, couscous, graham flour, rye, semolina, spelt, triticale, wheat germ, whole wheat, and any type of wheat. Also, it is likely you might not be able to tolerate bran, grits, hemp, modified food starch, dry roasted nuts (wheat by products often used in the roasting process), and oats.