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Update: I've been taking these probiotics for the past few days, and am so happy with them. I feel so much better and have had no negative effect from them at all. I am so sensitive to soy and gluten and these really agree with me.
I was recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance and soy intolerance. I feel,so much better since cutting those foods out. But every so
often, something else causes more reactions, and lately, I've identified it as Xanthan gum. It must be derived from either gluten or soy. I'm glad to know what it is but disappointed that it makes finding foods I can eat that much more difficult. Am I the only one?
I hope you see this in time! Publix is the major shopping for groceries in FL, it's expensive for gluten-free food. BUT all of their products are marked. if it is gluten-free then there is a purple dot with a gluten-free in it
Hey! I'm Lisa Marie and I'm about to turn 22.
I'm still in the pre-stages of being actually diagnosed but since I went gluten free I'm feeling better. This stinks since now I have to be conscious about the places my friends want to go. Plus side: Gluten free cookies from publix = the bomb.com