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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Whey Protein Gluten Problem

    The l-analyl is gained from fermented glucose. So I think its gluten free.
  2. Whey Protein Gluten Problem

    Even if there is l-alanyl and l- Glycin in there, it doesnt mean that this aminos r gained from wheat. It also can be gained from whey, as my research was right. I asked the manufacturer about gluten in there weight gainers and they claimed - even if it seemed to be an automated mail - their gainers (w/o cookies) r gluten free. Im still scared, but i rly want such weight gainer to get some weight/muscles...