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Hi Well a bagel is not helping, its white bread? yes.Look they say eating oats is good for bringing  down cholesterol, so I cant see why wheat...
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Hi, End of the day its your choice, you know what it can do to you and its your body.But good clean out has never hurt anybody.Good Luck
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You have a wheat allergy, google wheat and gluten allergies and this may help you understand you body better.
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Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and crossbred hybrids of these grains.  The good news is many foods...
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Great question! However, in this case two different issues are being confused: calorie intake versus a diabetic diet.Whether or not you have diabetes...
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Yes, the tests for celiac have a lot of reasons for potential false negatives - not eating gluten until right up to the test is one of them. It...
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According to the manufacturer, Bystolic “may contain corn starch or wheat starch.” Therefore, Bystolic is not gluten-free. If you need to maintain a...
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