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Could all pobiotics make me very ill right now???

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I am wondering if I am reacting to probiotics? I have tried two recently that are supposed to be gluten-free.  As you know, I have been having very bad reactions the last week or two and I just restarted taking probiotics as well. Do you have any thoughts on that? Please let me know what you think. Are there some safe foods with probiotic in them besides dairy? Is there a fool proof way to take probiotics? What do you all take and where do you get it?

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There was a study done recently that showed a bunch of probiotics labeled "gluten free" aren't actually. 

(http://glutendude.com/celiac-rant/gluten-free-probiotics/)

I drink Kombucha tea, which is both delicious and full of probiotics, with no issue. It is gluten free AND dairy free.

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You can always choose a certified gluten-free probiotic.  


Non-functioning Gall bladder Removal Surgery 2005

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I have used Bio-K which is certified gluten-free and  long before my celiac disease diagnosis.  Prio to my dx, I used it after a course of antibiotics per my doctor.   It comes in milk, rice or a soy base.  It does need refrigeration and it is not cheap.   I bought some when I was glutened badly this past July.  

Country life also has certified gluten-free vitamins, enzymes and probiotics.  I took their enzymes too after my July glutening.  Everything hurt to digest!  The enzymes helped (at the very least they provide me with mental comfort!). 


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Diagnosed via Blood Test and Endoscopy: March 2013

Hashimoto's Thyroiditis -- Stable 2014

Anemia -- Resolved

Fractures (vertebrae): June 2013

Osteopenia/osteoporosis -- June 2013

Allergies and Food Intolerances

Diabetes -- January 2014

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I just ordered one on Amazon.com called Daily Pro Blend 12B from a company called Open Doors Nutrition which is totally vegetarian and has no gluten or soy or dairy.   I will get it tomorrow - I had some probiotics that I ordered several months ago before I realized I had this celiac  and soy problem. I don't remember what was in them and they didn't agree with me so I tossed them.  If these don't agree with me, I'll get my money back from Amazon so is isn't a waste.  

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