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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Digestive Enzymes And Probiotics
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Hi. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for gluten-free, DF, soy free, yeast free, corn free probiotics and digestive enzymes? I'm currently taking digest gold w/ probiotics, and I like it, but I just realized that it has Non GMO soy oil in it. I started the GAPS diet, so I now need to avoid soy as well. I'm thinking that soy may have been a culprit this whole time without even realizing it. So, I'd like to avoid as much as I can. I am also on a tight budget, so I am looking for quality products with reasonable prices, if possible. Does anyone know of any digestive enzymes w/ probiotics in them that are free of all of these possible allergens? Any suggestions/recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Tracey

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Tracey, I take Bluebonnet Power-Zymes (free of milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, corn, yeast, gluten, barley, sodium and sugar.) 100% Kosher vegetable capsule, rice bran, purified water.

The probiotic I take is Florasmart by Renew Life. It says may contain traces of milk proteins from fermentation ingredients.

Many people have posted about Culturelle and that they really like it. There is a dairy free one. You can do a search on here to find the thread.

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Tracey, I take Bluebonnet Power-Zymes (free of milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, corn, yeast, gluten, barley, sodium and sugar.) 100% Kosher vegetable capsule, rice bran, purified water.

The probiotic I take is Florasmart by Renew Life. It says may contain traces of milk proteins from fermentation ingredients.

Many people have posted about Culturelle and that they really like it. There is a dairy free one. You can do a search on here to find the thread.

Thanks Jenny!

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I take Culturelle and it has worked well for me. My local Wal-Mart carrries it and so far that's the best price I've found. They have several products. The Digestive Health is both gluten-free and dairy-free.

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I use Huston Natrasuiticals. THey are supposed to be free of ALL allergics. Email is houstonni.com. A bit expensive, but well worth it.

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I have looked into this alot myself. I found that in my local healthfood/natural food store, they sell refrigerated probiotics. They are a bitmore expensive but are much more potent. After a probiotic becomes room temperature, they loose their potency. Also, there is something called Kefir. It reminds me of a yogurt drink, but is packed full of probiotics. I believe it has the highest amount of probiotics that you can find in a product. And it's really good! I have problems with lactose and some of it is also lactose free.

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