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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I noticed today that Toms of Main has on their Mouth rinse, that they are gluten free...not sure if all their mouth rinses are, but the one I saw today at the health food store was.
  2. I saw several places where people are using Toms toothpaste when asked if it has soy in it. I emailed the company and got a reply just yesterday that Toms toothpaste DOES have soy in it...it is in the glycern that is one of their first ingredients.