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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Previous to going gluten-free I always took supplements such as Xenadrine or hydroxycut when I worked out, (ephedra free of course!), I have noticed I get a reaction from Xenadrine, but I seem to be fine with hydroxycut, I looked around for info but haven't found any yet....Let me know if anyone has any info on this or other energy/diet pills that are gluten-free

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I have not taken any supplements for some time now but my belief has always been to keep it as simple as possible. I would suggest taking a plain old L-Carnitine supplement if anything and seeing how that works out for you. I believe it worked for me (when I used to take it for higher energy during weight training), and have seen articles supporting it for a number of things ranging from post-polio therapy to weight lost in obese pets! Its an amino acid that helps with lipids and energy too... just make sure wherever you get it it is "clean" from cross contamination.

-Will

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