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Kathy
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05 Sep 2012 10:31:58 AM PDT
Probiotics were the only thing that eased my indigestion, until I found out I had celiac disease and went gluten-free. I know 2 other people with celiac disease that take probiotics when they inadvertently ingest gluten. I don't think it's a proper cure, just a cover-up.




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