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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Iron Supplements

    My doctor recommend a gluten free iron supplement called Ferretts (106 mg elemental iron) which i have been taking for a few months now and it is the best one that i have found. My iron levels are going back up and i don't have the typical side effects of taking iron. From my experience and from what my doctor told me ferrous sulfate is very hard on the stomach. The thing l like about Ferretts is that it is available in a small tablet, liquid and a chewable tablet which are all gluten free. I prefer the oral tablet but I have friends who prefer the liquid. we get them online at www.pharmics.com