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Walgreens Brand Magnesium Citrate

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Welcome to the forum, Tim!

If you don't get any replies to your question from forum members, try reaching out to Walgreens itself at corporate. They can then refer you to the manufacturer they use for that product and you can ask that question. The producer may ask you for a barcode.

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I'm not sure if you mean the liquid, but this lemon version looks gluten-free:

https://www.walgreens.com/store/c/walgreens-lemon-magnesium-citrate/ID=prod6389743-product

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Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Magnesium Citrate - 1.745 g (Saline Laxative)

Inactive Ingredients: Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Flavor, Sucralose, Water

 

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Many items that are naturally gluten-free don't have this on their label. This doesn't mean they contain any gluten. In general I agree that if given a choice, try to go for things that are marked "gluten-free," or even better, are certified gluten-free, however, there are just too many safe things that would be excluded from your diet if you took this approach. 

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1 hour ago, Scott Adams said:

Many items that are naturally gluten-free don't have this on their label. This doesn't mean they contain any gluten. In general I agree that if given a choice, try to go for things that are marked "gluten-free," or even better, are certified gluten-free, however, there are just too many safe things that would be excluded from your diet if you took this approach. 

I second that. You have to evaluate each thing that will go into your mouth/gut on it's own merit. Sometimes you can get more info by contacting the manufacturer.

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