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About 1SweetP

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  1. I do not agree with you, Brizzo. Befoe my daughter was diagnosed with Celiac, she had these horrible sores on her skin and was very sick. Once she was diagnosed, we changed her diet and she became healthy, but still had these sores. As I did more research, I started taking out every shampoo, hair product, soap, laundry detergent, hand cream, make-up, etc that goes on her skin and contains gluten. Once I removed all of the things that get on the skin and contain gluten, the sores started to go away. Anytime she inadvertently uses a lotion or something that contains gluten, the sores reappear and when she stops the sores go away. I also know several others who have experienced the same thing. My daughter's Immunologist also agrees that the gluten is the culprit to her sores!