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Celiac.com Podcast Edition - Episode 3 - Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet News

Celiac.com 05/25/2008 - Welcome to Episode 3 of Celiac.com Podcast Edition!

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term for a substance that promotes the growth of microorganisms.'); return false">Probiotics and Celiac Disease, from “Dietary Supplementation with Probiotics may be Beneficial in Celiac Disease,” by Kathleen La Point.
  • Warning: Strawberries, from the Gluten-Free Forum - Link to publicly-posted research article: “Effect of edible wheat gluten-based films and coatings on refrigerated strawberry (Fragaria ananassa) quality,” by Patrícia S. Tanada-Palmu and Carlos R.F. Grosso.
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