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Dc Metro/virginia Support Group Meeting

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Celiac Sprue Association Meeting Chapter #100

Monday, February 27th, 2012

6:30pm - 8:00pm

Reston Community Center Lake Anne

1609 Washington Plaza, Reston, VA 20190

The Gluten Truth: What Really Happened to the Bread of Life

Kenneth Fine, M.D., Founder and Director Enterolab.com and The Intestinal

Health Institute, Dallas, TX http://www.enterolab.com/

Over the last 11 years, Dr. Fine has contemplated and learned when, how, and

why the gluten sensitivity epidemic started and is raging; the results will

surprise you!

This Meeting is Free and Open to the Public

gluten-free Food Samples at Meeting!

Our meeting space is limited to 80 guests. Please notify me with number

attending by emailing ddubravec@comcast.net or with any questions.

About Dr. Fine: http://www.enterolab.com/StaticPages/Cirrculum.aspx

Directions to Lake Anne:

http://blog.lakeanneplaza.com/directions/

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