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  3. Should I Work Out Or Is It Pointless?

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  4. 49 Yo Bodybuilder Needing Advice.

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  5. gluten-free Diet & Exercise

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  6. Workout Causing Leg Cramps...

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  7. Gluten Free Fat Burners

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  8. Workouts Causing Irregular Bleeding?

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  9. Pre-Race Food

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  10. Very Hard To Lose Fat

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  11. Pre Work Out Protein.

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  12. Failed With Protein Supplements

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  13. Training And Energy Management

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  14. Gluten Free Carb Source

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  15. Exercise Recovery Is Improving

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  16. Amino Acid Help!

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    Raphael and Plumbago, I had a friend who swore by the Amino Acids Arginine and Taurine to keep his arrythmia's under control. Here is an article about it..... https://www.pjstar.com/article/20120515/Blogs/305159877 Plumbago I was going to post it in the Sleep Issues thread in response to your SVT issue....but since you already posted that thread link.....this will be sufficient...
    Yes.  Look for brands with a gluten free logo.  There are a few out there that do not contain oats.  However, I would avoid oats for the first six months.  That what was advised years ago and I think that advice is still applicable.  Look for a nut, seed, and dried fruit blend.  Those are available.  Or make your own homemade version.  Easy and cheap.