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My daughter has just graduated from kids vitamins and now i need a regular multi vitamin. Her peds. said to use 1 a day, but i heard that it IS NOT gluten-free.

Can somebody please help me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

thank you so much

lynn

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My daughter has just graduated from kids vitamins and now i need a regular multi vitamin. Her peds. said to use 1 a day, but i heard that it IS NOT gluten-free.

Can somebody please help me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

thank you so much

lynn

i will get back to you but centrum makes one that is gluten-free i just dont have the bottle in front of me to tell you which one it is (I take it), and im' sure there are tons of others. i will reply tommorow and im sure others will before me.

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I've been using Rainbow Light's women's formula, which I'm happy with, but it might be a bit big for your daughter.

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i will get back to you but centrum makes one that is gluten-free i just dont have the bottle in front of me to tell you which one it is (I take it), and im' sure there are tons of others. i will reply tommorow and im sure others will before me.

Thanks very much for your help. she is 13 but very small. But dr says reg. vitamins are ok

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Not sure if they have one for kids, but all of the GNC stuff that I get is gluten-free and most is cf too.

On another connected subject, do you have a contact address, phone or email for Entero Labs? I can not seem to get one here in NY and my daughters blood work was never sent there!!!!

They have been doing it in house at the hospital, and the #'s aren't even exact!

Thanks much

:D

Lynn

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My daughter has just graduated from kids vitamins and now i need a regular multi vitamin. Her peds. said to use 1 a day, but i heard that it IS NOT gluten-free.

Can somebody please help me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

thank you so much

lynn

My daughter takes Ar*bonne gluten free vitamin chews for teens, but they also have a special gluten free one for small children - called

ASN HYBRIDS - Daily Powder Punch for Kids A great-tasting power punch drink mix for kids.

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My daughter takes Ar*bonne gluten free vitamin chews for teens, but they also have a special gluten free one for small children - called

ASN HYBRIDS - Daily Powder Punch for Kids A great-tasting power punch drink mix for kids.

Ok, where can I get the Ar*bonne gluten-free vitamins. she is a teen just small for her size. dr had said one a day but they are gluten..

You have some side things on the bottom that I have, but my blood work was negative the drs said. may do more testing.. we also do not know where in the family or which side it came from... We do not talk to her fathers side of the family at all.. One friend of mine said that it is prevalant in Irish blood lines, if that is the case it came from her fathers side. There are alot of med problems in his side of the family inc: MS, autism, learning problems, asmatha, A.D.H.D. AND A.D.D.

GL. and tyvm

what is Hashimoto's? gl

lynn

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On another connected subject, do you have a contact address, phone or email for Entero Labs? I can not seem to get one here in NY and my daughters blood work was never sent there!!!!

They have been doing it in house at the hospital, and the #'s aren't even exact!

Thanks much

:D

Lynn

I went through their website, enterolab.com. It is not a blood test, it is a stool sample test (and cheek swab for the genetic test). My doctors office messed up the blood work too...so I understand that. :)

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I went through their website, enterolab.com. It is not a blood test, it is a stool sample test (and cheek swab for the genetic test). My doctors office messed up the blood work too...so I understand that. :)

Oh I didn't know that. It wasn't that they made mistakes, it is just that like her number was over a hundred and instead of an exact number they just said over 100. stupid..

ok, i will look into the samples and how to get them there.

thanx much

lynn

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I used to buy Centrium, but started reading that they have some chemicals in them that are considered toxic. I can't find the source for that now, so random things on the web, but there was a page about it for awhile. Anyways, I always buy Nature Made. A bit more expensive, but the grocery store here always has the "multi's for Men, multi's for Women" at 2 for 1 price. So I just grab one of each for my wife and I.

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Ok, where can I get the Ar*bonne gluten-free vitamins. she is a teen just small for her size. dr had said one a day but they are gluten..

You have some side things on the bottom that I have, but my blood work was negative the drs said. may do more testing.. we also do not know where in the family or which side it came from... We do not talk to her fathers side of the family at all.. One friend of mine said that it is prevalant in Irish blood lines, if that is the case it came from her fathers side. There are alot of med problems in his side of the family inc: MS, autism, learning problems, asmatha, A.D.H.D. AND A.D.D.

GL. and tyvm

what is Hashimoto's? gl

lynn

It is a thyroid problem, sometimes associated with celiac...however she has not tested postive for celiac, she does better without the gluten.

I can send you an instant message about the vitamins

Both of my parents say it is not them with the gene for celiac...neither will get tested. Dad is diabetic, and mom has auto immune on her side - lupos, lymphoma, etc.... but can't express to them enough to get tested.

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It is a thyroid problem, sometimes associated with celiac...however she has not tested postive for celiac, she does better without the gluten.

I can send you an instant message about the vitamins

Both of my parents say it is not them with the gene for celiac...neither will get tested. Dad is diabetic, and mom has auto immune on her side - lupos, lymphoma, etc.... but can't express to them enough to get tested.

I'm sorry to hear about your parents. You can email me also. same name @ aol. tyvm lynn

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