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cynthia patterson
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I was diagnosed with FMS years ago. I've changed to a gluten free diet just 3 weeks and almost all FMS symptoms are gone. Of course I have other celiac problems, but I thank you so much, this has helped so much, I have had celiac spue - for years now. It has been horrible. I figured it out by experimenting for food allergies. I am also allergic to beef. My health is so much better that my life is dramatically changed. Your website is wonderful. Thank you.




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