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  1. I eat Canyon Bakehouse all the time. I’ve had the white bread, English muffins, raisin bread, and raisin bagels.
  2. I’ve always gone by the EltaMD website product descriptions. I did find this website that lets you filter by gluten free. It shows more items being gluten free than the EltaMD website. Not sure if EltaMD is inconsistent in their descriptions vs. this other website. https://www.skinsafeproducts.com/eltamd?brand_ids=&drug_type=&category_id=&sort_by=&page=1
  3. I have used the EltaMD UV Daily Broad Spectrum SPF40 on my face for years. I haven’t had any issues, and I am pretty sensitive. One word of caution, not all of the EltaMd products are gluten free, so be careful. BTW, it does a great job and doesn’t feel heavy on your face. I wear it underneath my makeup everyday.
  4. On my own, 6 1/2 years ago I decided to go gluten free because I was having migraines three times a day and I would do anything to make it stop. (FYI, I never got tested for Celiac disease.) Going gluten free brought my migraines down to weather changes. I too have arthritis in my neck and once they got started would continue for a couple of weeks because my neck muscles got extremely tight. I just recently found out about massaging the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Now, once my migraines get going, I can break the cycle by massaging that muscle and the muscles in the back of my neck. I f
  5. I take Viviscal Proffessional, which was suggested by dermatologist here in the US. I buy it on Amazon. While it hasn't helped with the main hair loss, my eyebrows and eyelashes are growing back. Hopefully my hair will start growing back at some point as well. Good luck with your search. I understand how distressing this is. By the way, it is gluten free and one of the ingredients is Biotin.
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