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yes i did know ... they are part of your autoimmune system. the darn things can cause you to develop an allergy or intolerance and are the things that make you react ... or that's how they explained it to me

Edited by: POEKSTER at: 5/1/2008 (01:03)
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thefooddoc.blogspot.com/2008/02/what
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re-mast-cells-and-why-should-i-be.html


If you find that symptoms persist despite strict gf diet, you might want to read this and pursue it with your doctor.

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