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  1. Hammer Nutrition makes gluten free products including whey and soy protein powders. They make products for endurance sports, too. I've been using them while I trained for a century bike ride and during the ride. I haven't tried the protein powders yet. I have used the J Robb whey protein with good results, it is gluten-free.

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    Hello All!

    Thank you for taking the time to read my post. I'm a 27 year old guy. I'm pretty skinny 5'8 150 pounds. I've been hitting the gym pretty hard over the past 6 weeks and I feel confident that I'm headed in the right direction towards adding some muscle and getting a "ripped" look. But, I have been made aware of how important it is to have the right nutrition and nutritional supplements. I read "Body For Life" and I loved it but the EAS products have gluten. What is the best set of gluten free protein shakes/ nutritional supplements that have creatine etc? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your time,

    James L. McMahan Jr.

  2. This is a very interesting question and I tend to agree with some of the answers - during strenuous exercise while you are malnourished your body cannot handle the exertion. I was diagnosed after I had begun bicycle training. I was seeing stars and feeling faint while biking and, finally, all day long. I discovered that I was severely anemic. We eventually discovered that the anemia was due to celiac disease. I feel that exercise saved my life because if I hadn