Yes, celiac disease can cause dark circles under eyes. Celiac Disease may be clinically hidden or present as fatigue, muscle cramps, joint and nerve pain, or some other severe symptoms. Dark circles are not usually regarded as a common symptom, but they do occur. I think you had better go to have your body checked, especially if you have symptoms.
Yes, it's very likely. One of the most probable and common reasons for dark circles is allergies, an undetected food allergy such as a gluten allergy (celiac disease) may cause dark circles under eyes. Celiac disease causes your body, specifically the villa in your intestines to be attacked, and therefore does not allow all the nutrients from your food to be absorbed because your body views gluten from food as a toxin and attacks it. You have not been getting the nutrients from your food that your body needs, which can lead to vitamin deficiency, which could cause dark circles. The best course of action to avoid the under eye smudges in such a case would be to pay more attention to the food that may allergic to you and have the proper gluten-free diet. Good Luck!
Well, yes, celiac disease can cause dark circles under your eyes. Generally speaking, celiac disease will not allow all the nutrients from your food to be absorbed. In that way, your body will be affected. So if you have it for years, nutrients intake from food will not enough, so it can lead to vitamin deficiency, in the end, it will cause dark circles. To get rid of the dark circles, you can use some cucumber slices, and they can be good for the dark circles. So for your situation, you can just put a slice over each eye, extending over the darkened area. Remember that you should do this everyday, coupled with lying down for 10-15 minutes. And then having a good life habit is also essential.