Celiac.com 05/01/2018 - When you get the awful news that a loved one is impacted with a diagnosis such as celiac disease, you want to do everything in your power to help them! So, when one of my family members was diagnosed with celiac, I made it my personal goal to learn everything I could about it. I also looked for ways that I could help my family member and anyone else that was affected in the world with the same diagnosis.
While toothpaste isn’t ingested in large quantities, some will always remain in the mouth after brushing. For individuals with celiac, even a little bit of gluten can be harmful. Most people don’t realize that in some toothpastes gluten can be used as a stabilizer, binder or thickener. SprinJene's toothpastes are certified gluten-free by the International Certification Services (ICS). In addition, all of the toothpaste formulas are tested after they’re produced to make certain that they totally gluten-free before products hit store shelves.
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