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C. M. Kelly

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02 Oct 2010 2:42:33 PM PDT
I have full blown celiac and fibromyalsia as well as DDD because no one cared to feed me good wholesome food. I suffer night and day with extreme pain and no help. I found this out by intensive studies and then confirmed by Doc. I believe most of you fat cats have it too. I pray you suffer from the same is you choose not to do whats right for our children of this decade. May it be so.




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