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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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  8. Libby’s canned corned beed

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  10. Hickory Country bacon

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  11. Gluten-free pharmaceutical drugs

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  14. Bloating

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  15. Barley in gluten free cheerios?

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  17. Campbell’s skillet sauces

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    Pharmacutical companies do not have to comply with the FDA guidelines for gluten free.  Complain to Congress!  In the meantime, look up the medication on pillbox.  While the company will not guarantee it is gluten free (they follow their legal department’s advice), chances are it is.  Look at the fillers or not active ingredients.  For example, I looked up one 80mg TEVA pravastatin and it looks j...
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