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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Hypothyroidism

    shelagh e, hypothyroidism can be a tricky thing to diagnose. One doctor may interpret the values as normal, while another one will say that you're hypothyroid. I did some research on the subject myself, and now take thyroid-boosting supplements, which makes a huge difference in my energy level. About.com has a great thyroid site.
  2. One of the best treatments for mouth sores is taking the amino acid L-lysine 500 mg. 3x a day. Mariann, go to My Controls and you can change your signature, and whatever, there.
  3. "help--holiday Horrors" (continued)

    I've been told by 2 different people, 1 a pharmacist, that vitamin companies are required to list it on the bottle if they are gluten-free. The pharmacist told me not to buy it if it doesn't say gluten-free.