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Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications

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Share info on about GF products, medications, cosmetics, etc., or warn others about dangerous ones. Which ingredients are safe and which are not? Food labeling issues and legislation.

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  2. Headache Medication Needed

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  3. Barbara's Puffin Cereal?

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  5. Nutrition Drinks - I Am Starving Here!

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  6. Gluten Free Toothpaste

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  7. Naturally Me Pie Guy

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  8. Gum & Beverages

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  9. Gluten Free Supplements

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  10. Food Co

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  11. Corn Tortillas

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  12. Makeup/lotions...help!

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  13. Ground Spices?

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  14. Gluten Free Make Up

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  15. Shampoo

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  16. Need A Good Pizza

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  17. Gluten-free Lipsticks Available Commercially

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    Tic Tacs

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  19. French Fries

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  20. Hydrolyzed Vegtable Protein

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  21. Caramel

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  22. Wal Mart And Sam's Brand...

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  23. Ice Berry Pebbles

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  24. Benylin Cough Syrup And Halls Cough Drops

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  25. Is Cocoa Powder Ok?

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  26. Ground Turkey

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    Hi, yes it sucks.  I wish I could just go out to a eatery and eat anything on the menu. Resorting to the little tiny gluten free section sucks. I feel like I eat the same 5 things over and over again