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Has anyone ever heard of this company or website: http://Lame Advertisement/about/ ?? I was told that the gluten product on here pretty much cures you of celiac. If you have a minute read about it on the website. It talks about studies that they have done and everything and there are testimonials. Also someone from this forum told me they have used it. But it seems too good to be true, I am hesitant. Can you guys give me your opinions please!

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There is no cure for Celiac or Gluten Intolerance.

They are only controlled by eliminating gluten.

Don't believe the hype...in my opinion. :)

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The "doctor" is a complete quack and is selling snake oil. What is in his product is not disclosed as the natural remedy market isn't regulated by the FDA. There is even a "not intended to cure, treat, blah blah blah..." statement on his website if you dig hard enough.

The only treatment for celiac is a lifelong adherence to a gluten free diet. He is selling false hope and he is making people sick. It is a scam. He talks about how three bottles (at just over $400) will cure you but then makes that not intended to cure, treat statement because he knows damn well it's a lie.

If there were a cure for celiac, don't you think we'd all know already?

If there were a cure for celiac, don't you think it would be headline news? As opposed to buried advertisements on the internet.

If there were a cure for celiac it would be backed by hundreds of doctors.

If there were a cure for celiac it would be backed by a major pharmaceutical company.

If there were a cure for celiac it would be regulated by the FDA.

There isn't, we need to accept this. Also, if he has the cure why is he selling gluten free crackers on his website?

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Also, if he has the cure why is he selling gluten free crackers on his website?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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the only cure for celiac disease is the gluten-free diet. the only other person I know who can cure celiac is our maker Jesus Christ...

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Yes this is pretty much what I thought but I guess I was just hoping haha. Thanks for the feedback guys :)

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