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I just checked on a 2007 list and it was not included. But that does not indicate that is is not gluten free. I take Prilosec OTC and Omepresol (sp)- scrip. Mylanta, is in my fridge. I cannot insure that it is gluten free, but it would not been in there if at some time I realized that it was not good to go.

I have lost my ability to "know" products, I now rely on labeling. But, I have to admit, make-up, shampoos, lipstick, lotions are hard to decipher.

Hope you feel better.

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